JerryRigEverything publicou “Oppo Reno Teardown! – How does a Pivot Camera Work?!” no YouTube
Oppo Reno Teardown! – How does a Pivot Camera Work?!
The Oppo Reno has a super cool mechanical pop up mechanical pivoting camera. Thanks to Last Pass for sponsoring a portion of this video. Click here to start using LastPass: https://ift.tt/2JFJJ1v The only way to really see how the Oppo Reno Mechanical camera works is from the inside! Today we are going to take apart the Oppo Reno and see what makes the camera raise up and down out of the phone. Oppo says that the Oppo Reno is good for 200,000 lifts. Which is super impressive. What do you think of motorized cameras? Let me know down in the comments.
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