Metropolis Rome seen through the ASUS ZenFone 4 camera (photo)

During September 20-22, I discovered Rome through the lens of the ASUS ZenFone 4 smartphone. See below what came out!

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September was filled with many notable events. One of these took place in Rome, during the period 20-22 September. ASUS has launched the latest collection of smartphones under the name ZenFone 4: Zenfone 4, Zenfone 4 Pro, Zenfone 4 MAX, Zenfone 4 Selfie and Zenfone 4 Selfie Pro.

I had the pleasure to attend one of the biggest events of the ASUS brand, on which occasion I also tested the new smartphone. From the position of traveler, I can say that the new phone impressed me with the camera, autonomy and performance. But in this article I will tell more about the camera.

ASUS ZenFone 4 is a smartphone with a diagonal of 5.5 inches, which takes the legacy of the ZenFone line further with a premium and carefully finished design. I really appreciated the fact that it is a compact smartphone with no embossed elements. Even the lens of the camera is at the housing level.

ASUS ZenFone 4 Photo Camera

The main camera has 12MP and is equipped with Sony IMX362 image sensors plus a wide-angle lens and F1.8 aperture to capture photos up to 5x brighter and clearer under poor lighting conditions.

An average tourist does not understand the technical specifications in the manual too much. But he wants to get the best photos in different light conditions. Below you have a few frames captured in Rome in poor lighting conditions.

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Trajan's Column
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Launch zenfone-4-desert
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Rome
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Venice Square - Rome
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Statue Calare Vittorio Emanuele of the 2

ASUS Zenfone 4 convinced me to give up my old phone and take it on my next trips. Did the above images convince you? But the ones below?

Benefiting from wide viewing angles up to 120 °, we were able to completely photograph certain buildings and sights. At the same time, it is no longer a problem when you have more people or larger landscapes to photograph.

Thus, I was able to fully photograph Fontana della Barcaccia and Fontana di Trevi without putting too much effort.

Della Fontana--Barcaccia
Barcaccia fountain
Fontana-di-Fountain
Trevi Fountain

Thanks to the instant camera change function, you can easily get the perfect composition for your photography. Below you have other pictures taken in Rome! You can see the combination of colors, lights and shadows.

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The Penteon's Dome in Rome
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The refreshment by the Patrieta
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Piata Navano

The photos were taken on Auto, without getting too complicated in the settings. It has a "Super resolution" function with which you can get photos at very high resolutions and with as much detail as possible.

The Professional mode offers complete control over the camera, allowing you to adjust the shutter speed, white balance, shutter speed and ISO settings with a single tap on the screen, as well as the option to record photos in RAW format.

In addition to advanced manual control functions, the ZenFone 4's camera also offers a whole host of fun and creative features. I will continue to test the new ZenFone 4 and will return with a detailed review on the autonomy and performance side.

And end with this photo where I caught the entire Boeing 737-300 (YR-BGB) TAROM aircraft.

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By the way, do you know what Wefie means? We tell you: Group selfie!

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