The shooting interface mimics the iPhone, and it also switches mode by horizontal stroke, but it is more functional than the iPhone. Professional mode is provided, but professional mode is not professional enough. If the sensitivity is locked in low light scenes, auto metering can only get up to 1/10 second of shutter time, only the exposure time can be set manually, and the screen framing will be very dark. It will be unfriendly when shooting night scenes. The app has good stability and there is no flashback or hang-up.
The panoramic function is simple and easy to use, and the synthesis speed is fast enough to synthesize the size. It may be due to the wide angle, and the synthetic trace is more obvious than before. The filter function has no special features and is not fun to use. There are many kinds of light effects in portrait mode, which is also a kind of filter.
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We criticized the NEX S details are not good enough, but the details of Find X are much worse than NEX S. There are problems with compact hardware design space and software algorithms. The color style is very eye-catching, and the vivid and bright color makes a good first impression, especially when displaying the big sunny scenes such as blue sky and white clouds. Although the HDR performance is stable, but the quality is not good, the dark parts need to be greatly improved before they fall behind the times. Find X's screen brightness is sufficient to provide better visibility outdoors, but the professional performance is not good enough, lacking color management, color and grayscale deviation values are large, so the cross-platform reading experience is inconsistent. The Find X application experience is good, and the image quality is somewhat disappointing to the flagship's expectations.