If you are having issues with the camera on your OnePlus 5 recently, it seems like it has been a common problem that users complain about. I know that you must be frustrated. A key selling point for this phone is the camera, so you definitely expect the best. However, dual cameras are tricky to get right and sooner you accept that, the better.
OnePlus has been criticized in the past for its lack of innovation in this area, and it’s now delivered a dual-lens sensor. The two sensors that comprise the rear camera are made by Sony. The primary camera is 16MP, and there’s also a 20MP telephoto lens.
The main camera lens has a super-wide aperture of f/1.7, which makes sure that photos are bright without being overexposed. The telephoto lens then has an aperture of f/2.6.
However, various camera flaws were discovered by new OnePlus 5 owners quickly upon the phone’s release, and range from minor to major. I can only hope that yours are not that serious, so I can only encourage you to waste no more time and take a closer look at the tips here provided.
How to solve OnePlus 5 Camera Problems:
- In bright light users are noticing weird black bars throughout the screen, which has something to do with how the camera is taking in the light. These bars are in photos and don’t go away. Then, we’re seeing complaints about very blurry images mainly because the phone has no optical image stabilization. In such a case, you must hold still while snapping photos or use HDR modes;
- The previous OnePlus 3 camera model got better as time went on through updates, and we’re expecting something similar with this handset too. Therefore, you should never miss an update;
- If none of the methods above work, it might be time to reach out to OnePlus Support. This could also be be a hardware or software issue that you are not prepared to deal with on your own.