DxOMark is a website which provides ratings of image quality of standalone cameras, lenses and mobile devices that include camera sensor. Nowadays, it has become a standard for mobile companies to show off the DxOMark score when launching their phones like HTC for HTC U11, Google for Pixel. So that the consumers can buy the best camera phone as per the score. DxOMark rate the cameras on a wide range of criteria including Exposure and Contrast, Color, Autofocus, Texture, Noise, Artifacts, and Flash.
Getting back to the OnePlus 5, it gets a score of 87. DxOMark calls it a serious shooter. Its score is just below the Samsung Galaxy S8 (88), above the iPhone 7 (86).
Top phones with DxOMark camera ratings,
- HTC U11 – 90
- Google Pixel – 89
- Samsung Galaxy S8 – 88
- OnePlus 5 – 87
- iPhone 7 – 86
Dual Camera, Clearer Photos. The main selling point of OnePlus 5 is its dual camera setup. It has dual rear cameras, features 16MP sensor with a 24mm f/1.7 lens primary camera, together with a second 20MP sensor and 36mm f/2.6 lens to offer additional features like Bokeh effect for DSLR-like photos, 1.6x optical zoom and .4x digital lossless zoom.
Here are the complete DxOMark scores for OnePlus 5
Here are the pros and cons as per DxOMark.
- Accurate white balance in all lighting conditions.
- Vivid and pleasant color in all lighting conditions.
- Good detail preservation in bright light conditions.
- Fast and smooth autofocus in all lighting conditions.
- Very stable autofocus in both auto and triggered mode.
- Occasional strong loss of details in outdoor conditions.
- Very fine details are lost in low-light conditions.
- Ghosting effect sometimes visible in outdoor conditions.
- Good target exposure in all lighting conditions.
- White balance is accurate in all lighting conditions.
- Fast exposure and white balance convergence.
- Fast and accurate autofocus in all lighting conditions.
- Good stabilization in all lighting conditions.
- Visible loss of low-contrast details in all lighting conditions.
- Visible luminance and chromatic noise in low-light conditions.
- Noticeable frame shift with abrupt direction changes during panning.
As per DxOMark “Tested using the primary 16Mp sensor and 24mm lens in default mode, the OnePlus 5 achieves an overall DxOMark score of 87 points —an excellent result! A consistently solid performer for stills and video, the OnePlus 5 boasts a Photo sub-score of 87 points and a Video sub-score of 86, delivering impressive results in both bright and low-light conditions”.
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