Oppo came to the Mobile World Congress this year not with a phone but with a promise. This promise is a 10x optical zoom without loss, which you can get from the new camera system with a triple camera camera that the company just found. I tried it myself, and although I would not say that the results are as virginal as having a special camera with a true optical zoom system, this is definitely the closest that we have come to conquer the seemingly irresistible challenge of Injecting a Real increase in the tight space of the smartphone.
The key component of the Oppo system is to adjust the periscope in the phone: light comes through a lens, reflects the mirror in an array of additional lenses, and then arrives at the image sensor that is perpendicular to the body of the phone. This is responsible for the telephoto lens in the Oppo array, which has a 35mm equivalent. Between the lens, ordinary wide angle lens, and the longitudinal angle that is equivalent to 1
The Oppo device, offered for testing, the camera software was locked to allow only simple pictures. I could not try taking a video, although it is encouraging to note that Oppo has added optical image stabilization (OIS) to the main camera that will have a 48-megapixel resolution and telephoto lens. The closer the zoom is, the more OIS is needed, so it's a must. I am also delighted that Opio's OIS telephoto is carried out by moving the mirror with parts of a millimeter in response to unintentional hand movement by the user.