"The CEO said the P30 Pro was the first in the industry to use a periscope-style camera based around RYYB (Red, Yellow, Yellow Blue) filters over the standard RGGB (Red Green Green Blue). This reportedly lets the camera ingest more light—boosting the quality of pictures. ISO sensitivity—the ability to capture light—has been boosted to a whopping 409,600 on the new Pro. For comparison, the P20 Pro—which was lauded for its photo credentials—was ISO 102,400. Essentially, this means capturing photos in dark conditions is easier than ever. The presentation placed P-series images alongside those from competitors, including Samsung."I'm sure that low-light pic was a little bit "rigged" like night driving vids from cheap dashcam manufacturers, but that is mighty impressive. I did see where it uses long exposure times to help achieve this which means it's not directly transferable to dashcams due to motion blurring, but the multi sensor concept could be.
Not sure I fancy eating those strawberries, don't look very edible, the green bits don't look very fresh, but maybe that is what happens if your sensor has no green pixels!
I don't quite see what your particular culinary aversions or for that matter the nature of the chosen subject itself have to do with the Huawei P30 Pro but the phone clearly does a far superior job with macro imagery than your poorly exposed and over-sharpened Gitup actions cam shots.Not sure I fancy eating those strawberries, don't look very edible, the green bits don't look very fresh, but maybe that is what happens if your sensor has no green pixels!
I'll stick with the much cheaper Gitup Git1, even though it doesn't have a zoom, I can always move it closer to the subject!
or maybe I prefer the Gitup G3 - that does have a zoom, although it is digital:
First ... bwaaaaaaahahahahha!!! You have an idealistic bent that is kinda charming in an ignorantly naive sort of way. As they say, ignorance is bliss ... amirite?I'm not even going to give this one the honor of even a simple direct response. Just because something is designed, made, and controlled by people in your own Nation doesn't make it any safer or better that what is being done elsewhere. China and it's people are no more friends or enemies than your own Nation or people are. Until you understand who the real enemy is you cannot successfully fight them, and once you know who they really are you'll see there's no way of winning anyway. As Walt Kelly said in a 'Pogo' comic long ago "We have met the enemy, and he is us"