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The cam­era on the Huawei P8 is prob­a­bly the most hard­core and fea­ture-packed one we’ve seen on a smart­phone. It’s packed with a pow­er­ful DSLR-level im­age pro­ces­sor, and the world’s first four-color RGBW im­age sen­sor to en­sure that the photos you cap­ture are the best that they can be – no mat­ter the light­ing con­di­tions. It also comes com­plete with a dual-tone cam­era flash that main­tains your sub­ject’s nat­u­ral color tone when fired, and not turn their skin pale-white.

You won’t need to be in a com­plete state of Zen in or­der to cap­ture tack-sharp photos with the P8, as it’s equipped with an op­ti­cal im­age sta­bi­lizer that does an im­pec­ca­ble job at keep­ing the jit­ters at bay.

Re­mem­ber the (many) in­stances where the photos you cap­tured at night with your phone were al­most al­ways chock full with noise ar­ti­facts? We do. This will no longer be the case with the Huawei P8, thanks to the ‘Su­per Night Mode’, which de­lib­er­ately keeps the cam­era’s shut­ter open to ab­sorb as much light as it pos­si­bly can, and sub­se­quently gen­er­ate a photo that is bright, sharp, and vir­tu­ally noise-free.

But the one fea­ture that mo­bile pho­tog­ra­phy en­thu­si­asts would most def­i­nitely ap­pre­ci­ate is the P8’s light-paint­ing fea­ture. There are four unique modes in to­tal: Car Light Trails, Light Graf­fiti, Silky Wa­ter and Star Track. As you can see from the photos which we’ve per­son­ally taken here, they’re not a gim­mick – they work bril­liantly well.

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