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Proving Sony IMX766 Sensor on realme 9 Pro+ for Night Photos

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Entering the middle of February this year, realme will again make a surprise. Yes! Not long ago, realme announced that they would soon launch a new smartphone, especially if it wasn’t the realme 9 Pro Series. The smartphone will be launched on February 16, 2022.

There are two models that will be launched to the Indonesian market, namely the realme 9 Pro and the realme 9 Pro+. The last smartphone mentioned gets the nickname “flagship in mid-range” and interestingly it will bring the Sony IMX766 sensor technology, which is usually present in premium flagship smartphones to the middle class.

For those of you who don’t know, this sensor offers sharp photo quality and minimal noise when compared to its predecessor series. This of course will make it easier for realme 9 Pro+ users to create better night photo content.

Compared to the previous series, namely the Sony IMX689, now the Sony IMX766 has a larger sensor size. With a larger sensor size, the incoming light intake becomes more and allows a higher megapixel count.

That way, the realme 9 Pro+ camera is able to produce low light photos that are brighter, sharper and provide detail in every smallest part of a photo. In addition, the realme 9 Pro+ is also the first smartphone with hardware OIS support in the mid-range class.

Of course, the OIS feature embedded by realme into the realme 9 Pro+ also makes it easier for users to take long exposure photos more easily and is shockproof. Again and again, this smartphone user can also be more flexible in creating the best photo content at night.

It doesn’t stop there, realme 9 Pro + is also supported by AI Noise Reduction Engine 3.0 technology. Then, what are the benefits of this technology being embedded in the realme 9 Pro+? From the name, of course, we can already guess that this technology allows users to take photos in low light conditions more clearly and with less noise.

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To prove all the things mentioned above, we also had the opportunity to taste the capabilities of the realme 9 Pro+ camera. A number of photos were taken at night, where there are lights in an office building in the Sudirman area, South Jakarta.

Even though it was taken in low light conditions, it can be seen how the realme 9 Pro+ camera is able to maintain sharp and clean photo quality from noise. The colors produced by the realme 9 Pro + camera also look natural and more “stand out”.

Once again, the support for embedded AI technology further confirms that the realme 9 Pro+ is able to perfectly collaborate hardware and software. Shock can be suppressed by hardware OIS and the ability of the Sony IMX766 sensor which is capable of absorbing light.

The thing that is also a challenge is capturing light that often changes colors. realme 9 Pro+ also managed to capture the beauty of the People’s Crossing Bridge (JPO) on Jl. Sudirman, which until now continues to be the location of many people to describe the beauty of the night in Jakarta.

Predictably, this is thanks to the Sony IMX766 sensor embedded in the realme 9 Pro +. The sensor has a shutter speed like a flagship sensor, all these challenges can be overcome and is able to produce a consistent orange color, at least to the farthest focal length.

The resulting photo also looks clear with a fairly low noise level. In our opinion, the two examples of tonight’s photos further confirm that the realme 9 Pro+ has camera quality, especially for night photos that match premium flagship smartphone cameras which are usually priced at around Rp. 4 million.

Another sample photo shot with realme 9 Pro+

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