Huawei P20 Pro Video Stabilization Test Recording Wows

Since I started using the Huawei P20 Pro as one of my daily drivers in April 2018, I've been all praises about its stellar low light imaging performance as well as its 3X and 5X clear zoom capabilities.

As a cameraphone, I think this model is certainly right up there with the Nokia 808 PureView, Nokia Lumia 1020, Samsung Galaxy Note8, and Sony Xperia XZ Premium as one of the absolute best handsets I've used for capturing photos in various settings or conditions.

Needless to say, I totally recommend the Huawei P20 Pro to all mobile imaging enthusiast who are looking for a powerful flagship-level smartphone that they can rely on anytime, anywhere for snapping ultra-clear images of food, landscape, people, or street scenes, among others.

Huawei P20 Pro Video Stabilization

On May 16, 2018, while I was walking around Marikina and testing Smart LTE speeds in that city, I discovered another amazing feature of the Huawei P20 Pro camera. This time it is related to its video recording performance.

While I was on the elevated walkway going to SM Marikina, I took my Huawei P20 Pro out and recorded this video as a B-roll clip for my vlog. Kindly watch it:

I thought that the video would be jittery or shaky because I was walking while recording it. However, I was wowed by the level of electronic image stabilization that my Huawei P20 Pro applied to the clip even while I was shooting. There were even parts that looked as if I mounted the smartphone on a gimbal! Very impressive!

Currently, Huawei P20 Pro's video stabilizer only works when shooting Full HD or 1080p videos. Personally, I'm not complaining because - as you all know - I prefer recording and editing clips in this size. However, I do hope that in the future, Huawei would also make this available for the user when shooting in 4K.

Great job, Huawei! Having discovered this video stabilization feature, I'm now very inspired to vlog more using the Huawei P20 Pro!

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