With a Moonlight camera, the Vivo V5s ensures impressive selfies in all situations!
It’s no surprise that selfies have taken over the world. From users to celebs – nobody has been able to resist their charm, as it allows everyone to express themselves. In fact, a simple search on photo sharing website, Instagram would give you millions of results. That also explains the rise of selfie-centric smartphones, featuring impressive cameras to capture great selfies. One such company is Vivo, which has its range of offerings ensuring that everyone can capture the ‘Perfect Selfie’.
But one area where many of such phones disappoint is clicking selfies in low light conditions. Since such conditions lack any light source, if at all, it’s difficult for camera sensor to capture any information and thus in turn, offer good selfies. But thankfully, Vivo is able to take care of this problem. Its V5 series pushed the boundaries of selfie smartphones, be it the V5, V5 Plus or the latest, V5s by offering a moonlight camera. While some users would point that it’s just another name for LED flash, we beg to differ.
While LED flash just acts as a source of illumination to provide more light to help capture a selfie irrespective of lighting conditions, the Moonlight Flash goes a step ahead. It offers the light as per the ambient conditions by controlling its temperature. This ensures that users get natural results and not artificial faces in their selfies. Enabling flash on Vivo smartphones is also quite easy. You just need to toggle the setting, and choose whether you want a constant light or just a flash while clicking the selfie. Take a look at some of the impressive selfie samples taken from the Vivo V5s.
Of course, Vivo smartphones have impressive selfie capabilities apart from the Moonlight Flash feature. For instance, the latest offering, the Vivo V5s comes with 20-megapixel snapper at the front. Yes, such a high resolution isn’t available even in the rear cameras, and the device offers it for selfies. With its f/2.0 aperture, it’s also able to allow more light to enter the sensor, and thus capturing more details.
The camera UI on the Vivo V5s also complements its powerful selfie-centric hardware. The Face Beauty 6.0 mode gives the user the ability to adjust the levels as per their preferences. It has also has an option to help you take group selfies, no matter how big the group is. All you need to do is to switch on this mode and then pan the smartphone in the direction of the group and the device will do the rest.
With selfies being quite popular, the Vivo V5s ensures that it’s ahead of the competition with its powerful features, and more importantly, the Moonlight Camera. What about you? Do you like capturing selfies in poor lighting? Let us know in the comments below.