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If you only take outdoor shots with the Asus ZenFone 3 Deluxe, the good news is that your shots will turn out great. It handles outdoor scenes well with plenty of detail too boot.

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The phone's camera manages to get the details of the scene well, including the fur on the dog's tail. It does, however, blow out the background a little, but that's because the setting sun was casting quite a strong light toward the opposite shore.

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The auto HDR works perfectly to lighten up the background and sky which would have otherwise been overexposed. On the other hand, some details, such as the leaves on the trees in the background are slightly lost.

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Low-light shots can be a pain to deal with. If your object is staying really still, you get a very good and bright shot. Otherwise...

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You'll end up with a slightly blurry picture since the shutter is open longer. To take a clearer picture, you would need to crank up the ISO, increasing shutter speed.

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The phone manages to capture colors and reproduces the scene quite faithfully.

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If HDR isn't turned on, the result is a very overexposed image that makes the foreground underexposed. You should leave the HDR on auto most of the time for the best images.

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