Cameras are undoubtedly the most highlighted feature of the Oppo F11 Pro. On the rear, it has a 48MP primary camera (f/1.7 aperture) and a 5MP secondary depth shooter (f/2.4 aperture). There are plenty of useful options like Portrait, Panorama, Expert, Slo-Mo, Continuous Shooting, Time-Lapse, and Nightscape modes along with HDR imaging and the new Chroma Boost.
The camera app is equipped with AI Scene Recognition. There’s also Beautification option if you wish to enhance or tweak facial features. The 48MP primary camera has a 12MP default setting. Using the camera at full resolution means that you’ll miss out on settings options like Chroma Boost, AI Scene Recognition, HDR, Filters, and even Zoom.
While daylight shots come out looking crisp, sharp, packing a fair share of details, the Nightscape mode proves to be very useful in low light settings – it enhances the clarity of the images and can even capture distant objects clearly. Also, images captured in low-light settings/night time have very less noise; they do not look blurry or grainy.
In daylight/well-lit conditions, the Portrait mode offers clear images with good background blur. The Chroma Boost is also a great addition since it does seem to boost the dynamic range of photos, thereby enhancing the colours of the captured photos.
The pop-up 16MP front camera too does not disappoint. In bright light conditions, the captured images look exceptional, with an accurate color representation and lots of details. However, in low-light conditions, selfies do display a lot of noise. Both the cameras can record videos only up to 1080p which is a little disappointing since most smartphones in this price range offer 4K video recording.