The combination of two cameras with OIS and AI-assisted digital stabilization, the P30 Pro has even greater chances of recording details for video. That said, we had some performance issues with video in less favorable lighting. At night, while scenes appeared detailed and contrasting, it became a bit jumping and the whole image stabilization gives a scary effect to the movie, which is not great to watch. Very bright items often leave a red neon halo on both video and images, which Huawei can hopefully adapt to software updates in the future.
Shoot video a day, and it's rarely a problem. For a phone, the P30 Pro has some incredibly impressive focus tracking. On the 1
I have terrible self-play. But here we are, and then I have to take selfies for my work. I may not like to take them, but I know what makes a bad one duck-face aside.
Huawei has added some AI smarts to its selfie camera as it calls Super HDR shot. It translates into images where, although the background is very well lit, it will balance it and your face so that it is nicely lit. It's a smart touch. And means less forced grimaces for the sake of a selfie.
Although it has nothing to do with the camera, the P30 Pro has surprisingly cool battery life. A day of intense recording brought the battery down to about 60 percent. It's something worth mentioning.
Even in wide-angle mode, lots of detail if a little blurred if you zoom in.
Note how the bokeh portrait feature blurs both arm and phone in the foreground, as well as the background.