vivo’s official Weibo released the promotional video of the second-generation micro-panel of the X60 series and the real machine picture of the X60 series.
Consistent with the previous renderings, the vivo X60 series body is very slim, and the main camera on the back of the body is very eye-catching. This camera uses the second-generation micro-head technology.
It is worth mentioning that the small blue mark of Zeiss at the bottom of the camera area also shows that this is an imaging system jointly developed by vivo and Zeiss .
At the same time, the video provides examples from typical life scenes such as fear of heights, laughter, skateboarding, and running, and defines “jitter is the natural enemy of taking pictures.” The second-generation micro-head technology of the vivo X60 series can solve the problem of blurry photos caused by jitter when taking pictures.
At the end of the video, vivo also invites everyone to witness the “stabilization of the Micro PTZ” on December 29, again emphasizing the date of the vivo X60 series new product launch.
Compared with the previous anti-shake method, the micro-head and the main camera are stacked in space through special-shaped magnetic frame, S-type FPC cable and other technologies, and finally the micro-head is successfully “squeezed” into the mobile phone. With the help of third-party equipment, the effect of lossless anti-shake can be achieved.
The biggest feature of the micro-pan-tilt technology is lossless anti-shake, which can achieve three-dimensional anti-shake and 100% overall module anti-shake, which keeps the overall picture stabilization effect consistent, realizes full-frame stability, avoids edge blur, and also greatly improves The exposure time of mobile phones equipped with micro-panel technology has been greatly improved in low-light scenes.
Naija Tech News learned that on the vivo X60 series, the micro-panel technology has been upgraded to the second generation. Combining several scenes in the video clips, the X60 series can still maintain a relatively clear imaging effect when shooting in life scenes including running, skateboarding, and severe shaking.