This is the conclusion reached by DxOMark experts who tested the Redmi Note 10 Pro camera. In their opinion, this smartphone can be called a balanced budget camera phone. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro is not a competitor to most flagships in terms of camera quality, but it is a valuable proposition for mobile photographers on a budget.
He was given an average score of 106 (111 points for photo capabilities and 95 points for video quality), and this is far from the top of the DxOMark rating – It took 72nd place. But at the same time, he shoots better than the former flagships Oppo Find X2 Neo, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and iPhone SE (2020) and has the same score as the iPhone XS Max.
Among the strengths of the Redmi Note 10 Pro camera, experts noted the accuracy of the bokeh effect in portrait shots, a high level of detail in sufficient ambient light and accurate exposure. The experts liked the good white balance and skin tone when shooting indoor video, as well as the well-controlled noise in the video.
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The disadvantages of the Redmi Note 10 Pro camera include a limited dynamic range when recording video, failures in autofocus, low detail when creating zoomed shots, as well as ghosting in frames in motion. They also noted the often visible green tint in pictures taken outdoors.
Summing up the findings of DxOMark, we can say that Redmi Note 10 Pro produces exactly the kind of frames that you should expect to get from a smartphone in its price range. The camera copes with its main task. It is good for taking pictures and videos in good ambient light, as well as creating blurred photos. But you should forget about high-quality photos and videos in the dark, as well as about zooming.
- Lots of fine detail in close-up outdoor portraits
- Accurate exposure preview in stills
- Depth estimation and blur gradient generally accurate in portrait mode
- Accurate ultra-wide exposure with pleasant color outdoors
- Accurate video exposure
- Well-controlled noise in videos
- Nice white balance and skin tones in indoor videos
- Clipping in high dynamic range scenes (stills)
- Frequent green color cast in outdoor stills
- Ghosting in stills with motion
- Low detail and unnatural rendering in tele-zoom shots
- Video AF failures and instabilities, especially indoors and in low light
- Limited video dynamic range