Beach season may be over but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. Tourists can focus their attention on the different festivals happening in the coming months. To capture these larger-than-life celebrations, HTC, a leader in mobile design and innovation, has developed the HTC Ultrapixel Camera and HTC Zoe features in the HTC One to make sure that fun moments are seized like a pro.
Breaking the “larger-megapixel-size-means-better-photos” paradigm, the HTC Ultrapixel Camera has four UltraPixels that captures up to 300% more light than most 13 megapixel cameras in the market. Its wider angle F/2.0 aperture can capture in full detail the intricate costumes showcased in the Kalinga festival at Misamis Oriental.
HTC’s Ultrapixel Camera comes with the HTC ImageChip which brings continuous autofocus, de-noise processing and Optical Image Stabilization technology that makes the camera lens adjust when motion is detected. It’s perfect for capturing the all-action boat racing and street dancing at the Camarines Norte Kadagatan Festival.
HTC Zoe is one of HTC’s latest innovations in imaging. HTC Zoe shoots high-res photos that come to life in three-second snippets. These Zoes enable advance photo editing such as sequence action shots, video highlights and object removal to ensure that memorable shots are “photo-bomb” free. Use HTC Zoe to cover Oriental Negros’ City of Lights celebration of Sinulog de Tanjay with colorful costumes and a mocked battle of St. James the Greater’s intervention against a Moro invasion.
HTC One also features the sequence shot that freezes the action as it unfolds step-by-step all in one photo. HTC One is available in black and silver with the SRP of P32,990.