Skip to content

OnePlus X-Ray Camera Filter Will be Disabled

OnePlus X-Ray Camera Filter Disabled
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on reddit
Share on telegram
Share on whatsapp
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on reddit
Share on email

OnePlus will disable X-Ray Camera Filter on OnePlus 8 Pro, at least temporarily after clients found they could use it to see through specific plastics and clothing. In spite of the fact that the organization has focused on that the “Photochrom” filter can’t see through thick materials, it apologized for “making protection concerns and causing inconveniences for OnePlus clients and different netizens,” Abacus News reports. OnePlus declared the move in an announcement on its Weibo page.

The OnePlus 8 Pro was launched back in April, yet it wasn’t until a week ago that individuals began giving genuine consideration to what its camera was able to do. On Twitter, Ben Geskin showed how the X-Ray Camera Filter can be utilized to see through the Apple TV’s dark plastic lodging, while Unbox Therapy saw that it could even see through this (on thin) black T-shirt.

At the point when the OnePlus 8 Pro was first reported, the Photochrom mode gave off an impression of being minimal in excess of an imaginative shading filter. While it delivers some fascinating results when capturing trees and plants, we thought it was a pointless consideration by and large in our survey. “It is senseless, low-goals, and very little better than applying a blundering impact in post. I don’t have the foggiest idea why it’s there, and likely neither will you,” was our evaluation.

The X-Ray Camera Filter appears to work by catching infrared light that is in any case undetectable to the unaided eye. There are numerous expert uses for cameras that can see infrared light, such as letting firemen see through smoke, yet it’s less normal to see it on a customer gadget like a cell phone.

OnePlus’ Chinese-language Weibo post takes note that the filter will be temporarily disabled by an update within seven days, as per Abacus News’ English translation, however Oneplus didn’t respond to further comments and responses.

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on reddit
Share on telegram
Share on whatsapp
Share your thoughts!
Join our community and share your thoughts about this article with thousands of people like you. You can ask questions, give answers, and do more. Don't miss out on all perks you will have as a community member, join now.
Join the TUX Community!
Join our tech community and meet people like you. Post and discuss about computers, smartphones or any other gadgets. Feel free to sign up now, it only takes a few seconds!