just the bokeh effect it is suitable maximum in instagram. All schools separate the object from the background are evident at otsmotren on a computer screen, most notably on the hair. Further objects are blurred out of focus at the same rate as opposed to the optical blur - looks unnatural. If still camera stores images from both cameras for subsequent slow processing on the computer - it was still possible to think of something. And so long as the value for me is only the ordinary image without fine with large depth of field, but clear.
By and large, I initially considered the A1 just because of the possibility of zoom, although the image quality of the body relative to the wide-angle module leaves much to be desired, it is still better than the digital zoom.
It's also funny that a module with an EGF of ~ 50mm is considered a tele-module, when it is normal focal - marketing seems to be. And all these 12-20 megapixels do not make much sense, because even the best modules with prots give a picture that creaks to a 2-3mp useful image, i.e. with detail close to pixel-by-pixel. It seems to me that if manufacturers made 5 megapixel arrays using all modern technologies, the result would be much better.
In principle, the Google Camera made a breakthrough, significantly increasing the possibilities of unpretentious modules, increasing both the detailing and the dynamic range, which I saw in A1. But in it the autonomy and some more parameters repels me a little. Therefore, I look in the direction of RN5, whose camera is more likely to be flawed, however it is not as bad as it seemed at first glance and there is hope for the adaptation of the GoogleCamera.
Alternatives to a special device are a little around $ 330. I also considered Mi6, but its maintainability is dubious, and I choose a phone for several years. The rest of the alternatives of the problem are the same + amoled for some.