OPPO climbs Mt. Everest to take amazing pictures from F11 Pro

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April 10, 2019
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To demonstrate the amazing camera result of the OPPO’s latest smartphone, the company in collaboration with mountaineer Dr. Nima Namgyal Sherpa and photographer Adam Meng went on a trekking session to the Everest Base Camp and captured some of the most beautiful pictures of the scenery with its latest camera phone OPPO F11 Pro.

The OPPO F11 Pro took the first-ever mesmerizing pictures of Mt. Everest in its glory and grandeur. The stunning photograph closely captures the breathtaking experience of the trek. The places where the life necessities like food and water are luxuries and climbers have to carry double their weights through the complete trek, F11 Pro proved to be a handy device which as compared to a professional camera offered a wide set of features to capture amazing trekking memories.

Let’s have a look on some of the breathtaking views of the Mount Everest through the eyes of OPPO F11 Pro.

A mountain is a place where the sky land meets the sky, and shadows become narrow. F11 Pro captured the scenery from the timeless land of pure beauty. Spectacular is the only word that comes to mind when one looks at this. The smartphone’s camera did complete justice with the beauty of Himalaya by capturing some flawless for all of us to fall in love with.

A wide angle shot on F11 Pro captures the landscape beautifully, which almost looks like a painting. The picture quality of F11 Pro in low-light conditions shows how effectively the smartphone perform and bring out the true colors of the environment even in dark places.

This picture of the flags, waving due to fast blowing air shows the speed and stability of the F11 Pro smartphone’s camera.

F11 Pro equipped with powerful capabilities can capture your memories in it’s purest form with no hassle of setting the photography mode or adjustment of a cluster of settings. Mt Everest will always be cherished with these magnificent memories registered in F11 Pro.

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