Coolpad Max: Shoot, and Then Shoot Some More Travel Pics

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No matter what camera manufacturers say, most of us now rely on our mobiles as our primary device for capturing images. Including those shot on holidays. Brands offering good built-in cameras are the ones winning the race.

Pick up a Coolpad Max and go shooting. Like I did in Australia recently. With a 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP on the front, it was all the dots I needed to add up to great imagery. Most cameras shoot well in good light, but this device performed well during twilight hours and even after the sun had fully set. This was a boon because I was shooting Vivid Sydney, a festival of light. Only a good camera with an Aperture of f/2.0 like the Coolpad could have done justice to the subject. Check out some images in this post to know.

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I even shot HD videos – footage that is being used not just for online dissemination but also for films that meet television broadcast standards. The camera was quite stable – I was also shooting from a seaplane that was swaying in gusty winds on the day we were up. Again, the images speak for themselves.

The camera performs well due to the in-built Samsung ISOCELL 3M2 CMOS that brings in more light but less colour interference. The 6P lens helps minimize the color distortion to produce brilliant photos.

Of course, previewing and reviewing images on the device’s 5.5 inches screen with its 1920 x 1080 FHD High Clear Resolution and Vivid Color Performance helped get better results.

Come, let’s click together.

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