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Vivo Announces Super HDR Camera that Captures 12 Frames per Shot

Vivo Announces 'Super HDR' Camera that Captures 12 Frames per Shot

Chinese Smartphone manufacturer, Vivo has made a very good entry to the Android with its Apex phones. Apex phones are devices that have finger print sensors under the glass. Vivo was the first one in smartphone market who brought the concept of under glass finger print sensors avoiding bezels and notches. After putting extra effort to the design side, the brand has finally putting effort into the software side now by launching Super HDR Camera that captures 12 frames per shot.

Vivo Super HDR Uses AI for Better Snapshots

Vivo’s super HDR is actually a camera setting that enables phones to take photos with wider range of color.  It does this by taking multiple frames of the same scene at different exposures and then using the camera’s software to combine those frames into one image.

HDR is already available on smartphone cameras how ever Vivo is first one to launch Super HDR that will improve existing HDR by supporting a dynamic range of to 14 EV. It can also achieve 12 frames per photo it can capture.

The Super HDR launched by Vivo can use AI to analyze the scene and to choose the right exposure while snapping photos and helps to select which frame to merge. Right now we can not judge that how effective Vivo’s Super HDR will be but the photos provided by Vivo with the announcement are very impressive.

However Vivo has not revealed that which phone will get Super HDR however we can guess that it will feature this 12 shots feature on upcoming Vivo Apex.

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