What cameras does the A51 have?

The A51 has an awesome quad rear camera set up, providing you with all the tools you need to get the perfect shot. Whether you're looking for a close-up, an ultra-wide, a night shot or some artistic blur, the A51 combines incredible quality with easy to use features.

 

Find out more about the cameras and great camera features on the A51.

What is the camera set up on the A51?

  • 5 MP Depth camera (F2.2) - create the perfect bokeh effect by adding the live focus effect to your portrait shots
  • 48 MP Main camera (F2.0) - take clear and bright photos during the day or night with this high-resolution lens
  • 12 MP Ultra wide camera - this lens has a 123° angle of view - similar to the human eye's 120°. This camera is ideal for taking wide shots and creating immersive panoramas
  • 5MP Macro camera (F2.4) - use this lens to capture your subject in more detail, even down to the texture

Live Focus

Live Focus gives you the power to adjust the Bokeh effect on the fly. This means that you can change the level of background blur to really make the subject of your photo pop. Even after taking a photo using Live Focus, you can go back to re-adjust the blur until you have the ideal shot. On the A51 there are different type of Live Focus effect including: blur, spin bokeh, zoom bokeh and colour point. 

Example of the live focus effect

Macro Camera

The macro camera is perfect for bringing tiny details into the spotlight, enhancing the ultra-fine details of your close-ups. The 5MP camera shoots with clarity and quality and you can even apply some background blur to really increase the visual impact. 

Example of a macro shot

Super Steady mode

Super Steady mode helps you take incredible action videos by reducing the visual shake, helping to eliminate motion sickness. This mode is perfect for shooting in adventurous situations where you want a smooth video with a wide field of view. Super Steady mode works by cropping the ultra wide lens to reduce motion shake.

Example of super steady mode

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