Oppo’s recently launched hybrid optical zoom technology inspired from periscope allows focal length adjustment from 85mm to 135mm together with f/3.3 and f/4.4 aperture.
Oppo recently launched a new hybrid optical zoom technology that’s inspired by a periscope camera architecture and uses a seven-piece lens to deliver better image results. The new technology is touted to supply enhanced zoom functionality on future smartphones. Also, it comes with new optical stabilization modules and autofocus, employing a high-precision driver motor microcircuit (IC) to supply a flexible medium-length focus imaging. Oppo is probably going to use its new focal technology within the next-generation flagship phone that would be a successor to the Reno 10x Zoom.
Oppo’s new hybrid optical zoom technology inspired from periscope style camera design allows focal distance adjustment from 85mm to 135mm, alongside f/3.3 and f/4.4 aperture. This permits an enhanced optical zoom. Further, there’s a mixture of multi-focus image fusion and multi-camera field-of-view angle alignment technologies together with a super-scoring algorithm. This permits a hybrid zoom coverage of up to 280mm focal distance.
Oppo is additionally employing a “large-size” image sensor with up to 32MP resolution and 4-in-1 pixel binning technology. This delivers a full high-definition experience at both near and much distances. Also, there’s the new driver motor IC to supply a smooth optical zoom.
This camera technology is claimed to supply sharp and vivid shots even in the dark light condition and retain details with rich colors while allowing users to use the very best zoom level.
Well, Oppo hasn’t released any timeline on the arrival of this new technology. Nevertheless, the camera tech is probably going to return on the Oppo Reno 10x Zoom Successor as mentioned before.
To recall, the Reno 10x Zoom was introduced with the 10x lossless zoom facility that was unveiled in February 2019. It’s likely to be succeeded with a new model that was surfaced in China with 5G support and a 6.5-inch full-HD+ display. The phone might be called the Oppo Reno 10x Mark 2 and is predicted to debut sometime at the end of this year.