From a tech specs perspective, the rear camera on the Find 7 features a 13MP Sony Exmor RS (Stacked CMOS) IMX214 sensor, a six-part lens with f/2.0 aperture, and Oppo’s Pure Image 2.0 image processor. Thanks to this setup and the powerful Snapdragon 801 processor ticking inside it, the Find 7 is capable of full size in-camera HDR processing, 4000 by 2000 pixels recording at 30fps, 1080p recording at 60fps, and 720p recording at 120fps.
But the coolest trick in the Find 7 camera’s toolkit is probably the Super Zoom feature. When Super Zoom is on, pressing the shutter button takes ten shots in quick succession, of which the software selects the four best and combines in one image measuring 6120 x 8160 or about 50MP. Of course, it’s not size that’s important here, but detail levels.
Below are shots taken with the Oppo Find 7 in Super Zoom mode, along with 100% crops of certain areas to highlight detail levels. As you can see for yourself, the results are impressive, especially considering this is a software-based feature. Of course, all the camera components play an important role, and Oppo deserves to be commended for bringing everything together.
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Details of the engraving part are excellent in this pic. Open full size.
At full crop, people in one of the courtyards in the center of the image are clearly visible. Open full size.
A shot taken in unfavorable light conditions. Open full size.
Good details, although not super clear. Open full size.
Minute specks are visible on the purple box. Open full size.
So, there you have it. Super Zoom is clearly more than a gimmick, but is it enough to position Oppo’s new flagship at the head of the camera race? What do you think of these shots?