Xiaomi is all set to globally launch the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro series smartphones in a few hours. Ahead of the launch, the devices, which are already available in China, have received a major update improving the camera performance.
The major feature addition comes in the form of Super Video Stabilisation but the company has not said what the feature does exactly. Based on the name, it’s safe to assume that the feature will offer high level of video stabilisation.
Do note that the primary 108 MP camera on the devices have OIS while the 8 MP telephoto lens on the Pro model also has OIS. So, the new feature most likely improves upon the existing OIS technology.
The smartphones also get a new Pro Video Mode that lets user adjust various aspects such as white balance, focus parameters, shutter time, ISO, etc. It has also added ability to record videos in 8K resolution. Here’s the complete chagelog of the camera update.
Super Video Stabilization
- Super Stabilizer Plus
- Larger format ratio
- Better anti-shake effect
Video Zoom Support
- Supports smooth zoom
- Support Hitchcock shooting
Adjustable parameters for Pro Video Mode
- Adjust video recording effects at any time
- Adjustable white balance, focus parameters, shutter time, ISO, EV parameters
- 8K video recording, textured movie format
- Video playback, one-click 8K screenshot
Video tag function
- Recording video for a long time
- Album with backmarker keyframes
Album video compression
- Lossless image compression
- Easily save 50%+ space
- Intelligently analyze video clips and automatically match cool transition music
- Support manual adjustment of subtitles, multiples, titles, and trailers
- VLOG blockbuster, one-click can now create a film