Sony xperia pro i

sony xperia pro i

Should you buy the Sony Xperia Pro-I?

The Xperia Pro-I could be the answer. The Sony Xperia Pro-I is the latest professional-grade camera phone from Sony. Aimed at imaging and video experts rather than typical smartphone buyers, the Xperia Pro-I is an admirable attempt at crafting a camera replacement with smartphone capabilities, though its not without some notable flaws.

What kind of sensor does the Sony Xperia Pro-I have?

The Xperia PRO-I features a genuine 1.0-type sensor, enabling you to capture photos and videos with exceptional imaging quality. The large sensor is supported by Sonys original image signal processor, giving the camera high-speed performance for unlimited creativity.

Can you edit photos on the Sony Xperia Pro-I?

The only benefit you have for editing on the Xperia Pro-I is the “Creator mode” display setting that reproduces more natural colors. We’ll come back to that later, but ultimately, it’s not enough to support Sony’s claims. If you want to edit photos taken on the Xperia Pro-I, you’ll need professional software to do so.

What is the battery capacity of the Sony Xperia Pro-I?

The Xperia Pro-I has a 4,500mAh battery slotted into the slim shell. Some competing flagships are in the neighborhood of 5,000mAh, but 4,500mAh is sufficient for this class of phone. With the screen set to the stock 60Hz refresh rate, the phone put up an average of 6.5 hours of screen-on time per day. That’s about average for a modern flagship.

Should you buy the Sony Xperia Pro-I camera?

The Sony Xperia Pro-I is an example of how the company can still stand out: by doing something completely different. This is a phone for photographers and, to an even greater extent, videographers. The Sony Xperia Pro-I camera does some great things.

Why is the Sony Xperia Pro-I so bad at editing?

Here’s the problem. The Sony Xperia Pro-I partially trades on the reputation of Sony’s excellent full-frame Alpha mirrorless cameras – but, even with a better-than-most sensor on-board, you don’t get anything like the post-shoot editing flexibility of those cameras.

Is the Sony Xperia Pro-I worth $400 more than an iPhone?

The phone is only available in black with 512GB of storage. That puts the Xperia Pro-I at around $400/£200 more than a 512GB iPhone 13 Pro Max. The Sony Xperia Pro-I is a Sony phone through and through. It has that tall physique we’ve grown used to since the original Xperia 1 launched three years ago.

Is the Sony Xperia Pro I good for burst photos?

Sony Xperia Pro-I burst photo. Shooting in RAW negates the 20fps burst the phone pulls off without breaking a sweat for JPEGs. But it does have incredibly fast autofocus, including face and eye detection that we’ve seen in Sony cameras for some time.

Should you buy the Sony Xperia Pro-I camera?

The Xperia Pro-I is one of the best phone cameras you can buy, but at that price, you have to weigh the cost-benefit of keeping your current phone and buying an actual camera instead.

Can you edit videos on the Xperia Pro-I?

You’ll need to offload your video clips to a PC for that level of editing. Most phones offer this same level of editing when it comes to video. The only benefit you have for editing on the Xperia Pro-I is the “Creator mode” display setting that reproduces more natural colors.

Is the Sony Xperia Pro I good for burst photos?

Sony Xperia Pro-I burst photo. Shooting in RAW negates the 20fps burst the phone pulls off without breaking a sweat for JPEGs. But it does have incredibly fast autofocus, including face and eye detection that we’ve seen in Sony cameras for some time.

Does the Sony Photo Pro have video?

The core camera app, Photo Pro is geared towards photography and shares the same core UI as Sony’s compact cameras. It records video, however, there are also two separate video apps. Yes, three pre-loaded apps that all record video – it’s starting to get a bit much.

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