Vivo’s X50 Pro changes the smartphone-photography experience forever with built-in gimbal
The smartphone camera changed the way we all captured the world. Today you can capture a moment and share it with your world with the click of a few buttons. There’s no need for a DSLR or your laptop anymore. Having used smartphone cameras for a while now, we all know that it isn’t just a click of a button. We need to stay stable, adjust our angle and do lot more to get that perfect click. Prosumer users will also tell you that they use gimbals and stabilizers to get that perfect shot or shoot that super smooth video.
vivo understands these issues and therefore decided to change the smartphone photography game with their all new vivo X50 Pro once and for all. The X50 Pro delivers an all-new professional-grade photography experience, comprising a 48MP Gimbal main camera and a 13MP professional portrait camera, as well as an 8MP super wide-angle lens and 8MP 5x telescopic lens along with a 32MP front camera.
The vivo X50 Pro’s Gimbal Camera System is a product of vivo’s capacity for innovating to build cutting-edge consumer technologies. The highly complex gimbal structure was originally 588mm2 and 5.5mm thick, but after continuous adjustment, vivo’s engineers reduced its surface area by 40 percent to 363mm2 and its thickness to 4.5mm. The final stacking design balances the exterior look and interior layout, allowing for a slim phone with an advanced quad camera on the rear, consisting of the 48MP main camera, along with 13MP, 13MP, and 8MP lenses. The Gimbal Camera System also has adequate structural protection, and its distance from the screen is only 0.13mm.
While shooting with X50 Pro’s main camera, if the smartphone tilts, pans, or rolls, the Gimbal Camera System’s gyroscope will calculate the direction and displacement of