Review of Asus Zenfone 5 #MyAsusZenfone…..
In addition to other exciting features, Zenfone 5 sports a Power Saver app offering users three options: an ultra-saving mode that disconnects the network connection when the device is asleep; optimised mode, which doesn’t switch off data, and a custom mode which can be tweaked by the user, which could be used to increase battery life while traveling and save energy.
The ZenFone 5 sports an 8-megapixel autofocus rear camera with an f/2.0 aperture lens and LED flash. There is also a 2-megapixel front camera. The camera app offers 18 modes – there’s Auto, HDR, Panorama, Night, Low-light, Selfie (detects faces within the frame automatically), Miniature, Depth of Field (background blur), Smart Remove (removes unwanted moving objects) are some I used out of 18 modes.
The ZenFone 5’s camera application also offers settings for shutter, focus, brightness, image size, ISO, white balance, colour effects, timer, geo-tagging, shutter sound, and storage, which as a food photographer I thoroughly admire. Zoom can be adjusted by pinching in and out, and the volume buttons also double as shutter keys when you’re in the app though there is an onscreen button as well. We tested the camera of the ZenFone 5 outdoor on a bright sunny day and indoors in the sufficient natural light. The photos were crisp and had good amounts of detail.
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