Finally, getting around hey what’s, going on guys, i’m nick gray and today, i’m. Finally, getting around to a smartphone camera comparison between the all new oneplus 9 pro and comparing that with the regular oneplus 9, which i’m using to record right now, as i do in all of these smartphone camera comparisons. Everything that you see in this video is recorded with the cameras on these two devices, so just keep an eye on the bottom of the screen to see which device and which cameras are being used for the photos and videos that you see now before we jump Into some side by side, comparisons let’s take a look at the specifications for those cameras to see how they stack up on paper i’m, going to kick things off with the oneplus 9 pro and it’s quad camera setup on the back, highlighted by its main 48 megapixel Main sensor, 50 megapixel ultra wide camera, which is the sony imx 766 and then a 2 megapixel monochrome sensor and 8 megapixel sensor for its 3.3 x zoom camera. As far as video capture goes, the main and ultra wide cameras can record 8k video at up to 30 frames per second or 4k 60fps as well. When flipping things around to the front facing camera, you get a single 16 megapixel sensor that peeks through the display that can capture only 1080p video at 60 frames per second, when looking at the cameras on the oneplus 9 it’s a bit of a combination between the Cameras of last year’s, oneplus 8 pro and the oneplus 9 pro, as well, with a 48 megapixel main sensor, similar to what we got on last year’s flagship device from oneplus and then the same 50 megapixel ultra wide camera.
On the back that the oneplus 9 pro has this year and of course, a 2 megapixel sensor, monochrome sensor on the back right next to those, the rear cameras can record 8k video up to 30 frames per second or 4k video at 60fps, and then, when flipping Things around you also get that same 16, megapixel sensor that can capture 1080p video at 60 frames per second, with that added zoom camera on the back of the oneplus 9 pro. It definitely has an advantage and versatility over the regular oneplus 9, but let’s jump into some side by side photo and video comparisons and see, if there’s, a true difference in how they perform in everyday use, Music, so Music, Music, so Music, so so, Music and this Here’S a look at video capture from the front facing cameras on both of these devices. As you can see, it is really close and that’s, because the sensor is used on the front facing cameras on both of these devices are identical: 16 megapixels capable of recording 4k. No sorry not 4k, only 1080p, video at 30 frames per second as you’re looking at right here, but also bumping that up to 60 frames per second. If you want to use a higher frame rate as well, my Music, uh and here’s a look at video capture from the front facing cameras on both of these devices in low light conditions. As you can see, if i get closer to a light, you can see my face pretty clearly as i get closer and closer, but if i step away or return to the shadows, it’s really hard to make out the details of my face.
Unfortunately, the sensors used for the front facing camera really aren’t that great for low light conditions like this on the oneplus 9 and the 9 pro Music and when capturing video. Of course, you can use the ultra wide switch to the main sensor on the fly. But then, as mentioned before, if you want to zoom in what you’re looking at here on both devices it’s a 2x digital crop on the main sensor, even the oneplus 9 pro, which does have a 3.3 x zoom camera, it does not use that for capturing video Music and that’s going to do it for this camera comparison between the oneplus 9 and the 9 pro. Let me know what you think in the comments below and whether or not you think the 9 pro is really worth the upgrade. As far as cameras go when looking at these two devices, i do have more camera comparisons coming up between both of these phones and other competing devices, so make sure you subscribe to the channel and stay tuned for that. Thank you guys.