Huawei Mate 9 Camera Test part 2: Alton Towers & Warwick Castle
Following my earlier gallery with camera samples from the Huawei Mate 9 and Pixel XL, I thought I’d post more photos taken on a weekend away to Alton Towers and Warwick Castle – as well as some more casual photos out and about.
You will also see photos taken with the hybrid 2x zoom mode, which works in some situations (like close-up shots of fireworks) but doesn’t seem a great deal different to any other digital zoom in others, namely not particularly good or recommended for use.
As ever, click on the photos to see at full size or download.
Including low-light and LED flash
What about the video?
The review units we were given came with pre-release software, and as such we were told that an update will be released before the phones go on sale officially. This can’t come soon enough, as I discovered that all of the Ultra HD video I recorded couldn’t be uploaded to YouTube, or loaded into any video editing software. Likewise, video backed up to Google Photos was also corrupted and unplayable.
As it stands, it plays on the phone and only the phone. It’s not a small problem so should be fixed soon. Meanwhile, I realised too late that 1080p video records fine – but I really wanted to bring you 4K video and will do so when Huawei rolls out an update.
6 thoughts on “Huawei Mate 9 Camera Test part 2: Alton Towers & Warwick Castle”
Beautiful shots, you are very talented
Hello you used the automatic Mode or manuel mode ?
Auto so far.
Thank you for your response, compared to the pixel or s7 there a place on the podium?
Great effort! Any conclusion as to general camera capabilities in comparison to the current flagship camera phones such as Google pixel or s7 edge?