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The Surface Duo 2 comes with a triple-lens camera, not like the primary mannequin which solely had a single-lens camera. As a outcome, the Surface Duo 2 takes crisp and clear photos. But in my testing I’ve discovered that they are often not as well-lit and colourful as photos taken on telephones just like the iPhone 13 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3.
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The triple-lens camera consists of a 12-megapixel extensive lens, 12-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide lens. This picture was taken with the extensive lens.
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Here’s a picture taken with the ultrawide-angle lens. It’s clear and detailed, however the sky within the background is a bit darkish.
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Here’s a photograph taken with the telephoto lens. You can clearly see the textual content on the bar signal, however the inexperienced shade within the banner is somewhat washed-out in comparison with the identical picture taken on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and iPhone 13 Pro.
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The Surface Duo 2’s 12-megapixel selfie camera will get the job finished, however I observed the colour of my hair wasn’t as vibrant on this picture because it was within the picture I took on the iPhone 13 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3.
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Here’s one other instance of the usual 12-megapixel extensive camera in motion.
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The Surface Duo 2 managed to snap a colourful picture of this crimson bicycle in my neighborhood.
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Like lots of as we speak’s telephones, the Surface Duo 2 additionally has portrait mode. This images setting blurs the background to make the topic seem sharp.
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Here’s one other picture taken with the Surface Duo 2’s zoom lens. Keep scrolling to see just a few extra examples of photos taken on the usual extensive lens.
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