OnePlus 5 vs iPhone 7 Plus: Portrait modes compared

Dual cameras are all the rage in smartphones these days. Different companies have different ways of approaching the setup – Huawei, for example, last year started employing a monochrome shooter alongside the main camera in some of its phones, while LG has opted for a wide-angle lens as a supplement since the G5. And then there’s Apple and OnePlus who use telephoto lenses instead. Aside from offering lossless optical zoom, a telephoto lens can also be used as a tool for measuring depth when it's paired with a camera with a shorter focal length. Case in point: the iPhone 7 Plus and its Portrait Mode feature that aims to simulate a shallow depth of field (better know under the almost viral term “bokeh”) when taking portrait photos. It's been a hit and miss in our experience, but Portrait Mode has come a long way since it launched back in 2016...
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32. wesley.

Posts: 206; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

Oneplus wins by a country mile and doesn't give greenish grey skin tones like the iPhone does.
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