Thanks to dual laser and phase difference focusing, the PRO 6 focusing performance is best in class. We also introduced ISP to accelerate imaging speed. The genuine ring flash assembly can help you shoot clear images under poor light conditions. The new graphic engine developed by Meizu makes the PRO 6 a superb camera to record your most interesting moments.
PRO 6 adopts the Exmor RS IMX230 developed by Sony. For the first time we customized the entire camera assembly, including the lens and focus motor structure. To put this large CMOS into the super slim 7.25 mm body, we have upgraded the PDAF function, which also makes the shutter quicker.
We upgraded the auxiliary laser focusing assembly to realize a wider focusing distance of 2 meters, which is four times longer than the PRO 5. The auxiliary focusing assembly can help realize fast and accurate focusing under poor lighting and low contrast shooting conditions and in the video mode.
The ring flash assembly can make artificial light look natural. Ten flash LEDs can work collaboratively thanks to the advanced collaboration algorithm to provide natural color rendering and temperature. The exquisite LED shades with Fresnel lines deliver perfect light transmission effects and creates soft light.
Based on our years of experience in image processing and optical technology development, we developed the new image engine for the PRO6. While improving the image processing algorithm, we made great efforts to optimize color saturation, white balance, and control glare and vignetting. Underpinned by the high-performance camera assembly, the PRO 6 reaches dizzying new heights in the imaging field.
The seemingly common 5 MP front camera is actually uncommon. Each pixel is enlarged to 1.4 μm, 56% larger from that of the PRO 5. The larger pixel means more light is received and thus a more beautiful skin tone is captured. The new image processing engine and “beauty algorithm” help the PRO6’s front camera take exquisite and natural selfies. Moreover, the internal circuitry has been re-structured. The front camera is moved to the upper middle to provide a natural shooting angle.