HighlightSmartphones with awesome cameras will be launched soonIn this, the company has used Hasselblad’s camera.
The legendary smart Fone Company OnePlus’s 9P Series Smartphones Will launch soon. The company has announced that the smartphone will be launched on 23 March. The smartphones in this series will be launched at a global event. Also, the launch event will start at 7.30 pm Indian time, the company is also expected to launch OnePlus Watch with OnePlus 9 series. Apart from the launch date, the company has also revealed about the camera of this smartphone. The flagship smartphone OnePlus 9 will have a Husband camera. Hasselblad and NASA The first step on the moon is closely related. Because at that time the photographs on the moon were taken by the Hasselblad Company’s camera.
Meanwhile, OnePlus is going to invest ₹ 150 million over the next three years to improve its smartphone’s camera even further. According to media reports, the company may launch three models of the OnePlus 9 series. These may include OnePlus 9, OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus9e smartphones. The company has also clarified that a charger will also be provided with these smartphones.
That would be the camera
According to the company, the OnePlus 9 Series smartphone will use a panoramic camera with a 140-degree view, as well as T-lens technology for faster focusing in front-facing cameras. In addition, these smartphones have a special lens for ultra wide photos. Speaking of video, the Hasselblad camera will support stunning HDR video recording at 4K at 120FPS and 8K video recording at 30KPS.
The phone will also have a new Hasselblad Pro mode. This will give users more control over the new interface and camera. Meanwhile, the primary camera of OnePlus will be the Sony IMX789 sensor. The company claims that it will be 64 percent more colorful than before. In addition, more dynamic and vibrant colors can be seen in photos.
Camera and NASA’s What relation?
July 20 marks the 50th anniversary of the first human footprint on the Moon. Earlier on 18 July 1969, a NASA spacecraft landed on the moon. 50 years have passed since this historical event. As a result, NASA released 400 thrilling photographs this golden jubilee year. Who took the first step to the moon? Neil Armstrong. But along with Neil Armstrong, two other people were on the mission. Armstrong took the first step, but it is not known who took the second step. The man’s name was Aldrin. While stepping on the moon, his picture is not of Armstrong but of Aldrin. Because then Armstrong was handling the camera.
What camera was it fifty years ago? You might have asked such a question. So these photos were taken with the then high quality Husbild camera. These cameras are made in Sweden. Aldrin’s footprints are still on the moon. Because there is neither atmosphere nor rain.