TECNO Camon 17 Becomes the New Favorite Smartphone Among Photographers

TECNO Camon 17 Becomes the New Favorite Smartphone Among Photographers

Posted on Jul 15, 2021

In recent years, smartphone photography has grown in popularity, particularly among young people. Young people, particularly tourists, enjoy shooting photographs, but lugging a large DSLR with you is not always simple. Smartphones with high-quality camera lenses have aided in this by providing outstanding photographic features. TECNO, a renowned Chinese smartphone company, has introduced two new smartphones from its successful Camon 17 camera line. Camon 17 has been quite popular among local photographers, who have been seen uploading stunning photos with the phone.

The Camon 17 is equipped with TECNO AI Vision Optimization Solution, often known as TAIVOS technology, much like its predecessors. TAIVOS uses signal processing technologies and artificial intelligence algorithms to improve camera quality and provide a variety of photographic capabilities. The Camon 17 has a 16MP selfie camera and a 48MP AI Triple camera for taking high-quality photos at any time of day.

With its outstanding camera functions, the Camon 17 has earned a large following among TECNO users in Pakistan and has grabbed the attention of numerous photographers. Using the new Camon 17, some local photographers recently showed their abilities on social media. Usman Khan (@saahib e zoaq), an Instagram travel logger, provided some stunning photos of the Pasu cones, the majestic grandeur of Hussaini bridge, the dramatic backdrop from the woods of Naltar valley, and the Altit fort. Naran Kaghan's amazing macro image of a bee against a beautiful background drew everyone's attention with its remarkable clarity. Suleman Attiq (androon wala), another photographer, posted stunning photos of Lahore's famed Food Street, catching every hue and accentuating the location's grandeur.

Dani Khattak (@dani.khattak.photography) utilized Camon 17 to capture the grand Faisal mosque and the Sunehri Masjid in focused and clear images. Using Camon 17's Super Night mode, he photographed the Baradari in all its grandeur at F9 Park. Other photographers that used the Camon 17 were Fahad Hanif (fahadhanifff), Hammad Photography (hammadphotography_), Lightroom (lightroompk), Nabeel Nak (roamwithnabeel), Umer Khalid (tasveerkahani), Waleed Tahir (waleedtahir6), and Muhammad Irfan (hunzukutz kahn). They commended the phone for its excellent photography features and camera quality, as well as the simplicity with which the camera settings could be adjusted. They also appreciated the clarity, which allowed the phone to capture excellent photos without any editing.

Not only that but the Camon 17 is available for just PKR 24,999, so you won't have to spend a fortune on equipment to become a photographer. So go out and get your newest photographic buddy while remaining inside your budget.




Hamza Sarfraz

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