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More Snaps from the ASUS Zenfone 5Q

Snaps from the ASUS Zenfone 5Q during today’s Pinoy Fitness Run

This morning, I had the privilege of hosting the Pinoy Fitness Sub1 10K run and I decided to bring the ASUS Zenfone 5Q because of its wide angle cameras.  I figured it would come in handy since around 4,000 runners were expected to join.  I know it’s impossible to have all of them in one frame but I wanted to capture as many of them as possible.  Here are some snaps from today’s event using this phone that will be launched in April.

Wide Angle Shots

I can’t count how many people I managed to get in this shot but suffice to say that they’re a lot – mostly finishers waiting to get their shirts. :)

 

Regular Camera VS Wide Angle Camera.

The colors are a bit washed out but the wide-angle camera delivered given that there were significantly more people in the second photo than the first one.

Regular Camera
Wide Angle Camera

Low Light Shots

As expected of most phones in this category, ample light is needed to get the best results.  This is a low light shot taken before the sun came out this morning.  For this phone, it’s important to really find your light.

 

Selfie Camera

The ASUS Zenfone 5Q is called the Zenfone 5 Selfie in some countries because of its 20-megapixel front camera VS its 16-megapixel rear camera.

A selfie with the much-coveted trophies.
Hosting open air where the sun is intense, I figured I needed some help so I tried the automatic beauty mode.

120 Degree Selfie

Having short arms, selfie sticks are my best friend.  It can be a hassle to bring around and I was hoping that the 120-degree selfie camera would do the job for me.  This selfie is not bad for a short-armed girl. ;-)

From left to right: DJ Dan of MOR 101.9, Jeff Lo of Pinoy Fitness and Marj Dayrit of Pepsquad Events

 

Mandatory after hosting shot.

 

The price of the ASUS Zenfone 5Q is yet to be revealed but just like everyone else, I’m keeping my fingers crossed that it will be priced right this time.

 

 

 

 

Lea Cruz

A hardcore Star Wars fan, we’ve been calling Lea the Philippines’ Princess of Tech. She serves as the Lifestyle Editor at Unbox and the host for some of our YouTube videos.

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