To go over the Google Pixel 7 Pro’s camera bar hardware, check out the following points:
Main sensor: 50 MP, f/1.9, 25mm (wide-angle), OIS.
Telephoto sensor: 48 MP, f/3.5, 120mm (x5 zoom), OIS.
Ultrawide angle sensor: 2 MP, f/2.2, 125.8.
Selfie camera features 10.8 MP, 1.22 μm pixel width, ƒ/2.2 aperture, fixed focus and 92.8° ultrawide field of view.
The Google Pixel 7 Pro’s camera app is identical to those we’ve seen in the past.
In this generation of the Pixel we can notice that the hardware changes are minimal compared to last year’s phones.
The main sensor is repeated, albeit with improved zooms and ultra wide-angle.
The latter opens the field of view up to 125.8 degrees, and the telephoto lens becomes five times magnification.
It tends to receive new camera updates, with the phone itself alerting us that an update is available every time.
Visually it is a very well worked telephoto camera app, with multiple options that will serve to customize each of the modes, among which are the framerate in video, near or far in night mode, autofocus, portrait mode, cinematic blur, face unblur, among others.
Particularly noteworthy is the one that allows us to adjust the shadows and highlights from the main camera app.
In addition, along with Apple, Google is the only one capable of displaying HDR in preview.
Finally, Google Photos library deserves a brief word, as it is able to restore sharpness to those blurry photos, a novelty both to the new ones taken with the Pixel and to those already saved in the gallery.