The new InFocus Vision 3 sports a dual camera setup on the rear panel. The cameras feature a combination of 13MP+5MP sensors with f/2.0 aperture & f/2.2 aperture respectively with an LED flash. The camera app offers a few modes including time-lapse, beauty, pro mode and panorama. The pro mode is not that comprehensive, but it will let you do basic tweaking for the shots that you want to capture. As for the image quality, in bright light, the colours were vibrant enough and retained good detail.
The portrait mode, however, was not that accurate, the camera couldn’t lock focus on the subject and often made the image look blurred. In low light, the experience gets worse. We could see smudges and noise on the images that we clicked in low-light. Overall, the rear cameras will offer a good output when you try shooting under good or bright daylight. As the light drop so does the camera performance.
In average lighting, the output was decent, the camera managed to retain sharpness. The pro mode works for the front camera as well but like I said, it is confined only to a few basic tweaks. Interestingly, InFocus has incorporated Nokia 8’s popular feature ‘Bothie’ on the Vision 3. The feature is called ‘Dualfie’ here and enables you to click shots using front and rear camera simultaneously. The output is not that sharp but you can play around with it and have fun while snapping faces of you and your friend.