Historically, Pixels have had great strengths but they also have important flaws. Among the good aspects, even if there are differences between generations, the camera definitely stands out. Thanks to a really successful combination of hardware (few sensors but targeted) and software, in fact, Mountain View smartphones have often stood out as a reference in the sector when it comes to taking pictures.
When the big G launches a new Pixel, there’s a lot of curiosity about the performance it does photography sectorAnd the same is true for Pixel 6a phone. The latest arrival, like We explained it to you in our reviewAnd the Don’t disappoint and carry on with the glorious Pixel tradition It’s top-notch shots despite the uninspiring hardware on paper. And now too DxOMark’s in-depth analysis confirms this fact.
A worthy heir to the pixel tradition
The imaging equipment of the Pixel 6a consists of a 12MP main sensor Sony IMX363 DP With OIS flanked by a Ultra-fast 12 MP (Like the Pixel 6) and one Sony IMX355 8MP Selfie Camera. That’s all, but this is enough to create shots above the mid-range – in combination with the software developed by Google.
with total points 130 points Google Pixel 6a not only ranks 2nd in the DxOMark ranking related to the mid- and high-end segment From the market, just behind For the older brother Pixel 6, But he also wins Great place in the twenty-first place overallwhich also positions itself well compared to the high end proposals.
In summarizing, As for DxOMark, the Pixel 6a’s strong points are its rich color renderingpleasant and accurate for both photos and videos (well stable) and in good display and wide dynamic range in bright lighting conditions and indoors as well.
As for shadows, the lack of detail is slightly felt when using the medium and long-range zoom (due to the lack of tele) and in low light conditions (despite the excellent night mode made popular by Google Camera). Finally, the bokeh blur effect is not visible in the preview, which makes using this feature very inconvenient.
(Updated Aug 02 2022, 10:12 a.m.)
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