We’ve all seen those videos and photos in the National Gallery of Singapore; it’s a photographer and videographer’s dream there, with so much beautiful architecture and a sprawling view from the top. But with the vivo X50 Pro 5G, here’s how you can make your own videos stand out, be it taken in the National Gallery or elsewhere.

First off, when taking videos, be sure to activate the Ultra Steady mode to get really smooth footage. The downside here is that it will crop in a little so you get a tighter frame, but this can be worked around as long as the videographer keeps the framing in mind.

In places where you want to capture more of the scene, the super wide-angle lens comes in handy. No more awkward walking backwards to try and get everything in the frame!

The phone also supports digital zoom up to 60x, which is more than most people will ever need. There’s a macro function which works great for food photography and adds great detail to the subject.

But let’s get back to the strong point of the X50 Pro, the video. With the 50-60fps option and up to 4K recording, videographers will be able to get smooth shots and capture fast-paced movements easily.

The best thing about phone cameras is that it works in all environments and it’s always in your pocket. Smartphone cameras have improved so much, and the vivo X50 Pro offers a lot for vloggers and people who want to take cinematic shots with their phone.


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