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(The only thing you will have to do is update your phone’s software, which doesn’t take too long.) With the Hasselblad, you get a larger 1/2.3-inch sensor that’s commonly found in many point-and-shoot cameras and you trade in whatever megapixels your phone has for 12-megapixels (which, for some reason seems to be the sweet spot for resolutions on smartphone cameras these days).I had my worries, but my concerns quickly faded as I shot with the camera module."It’s not the camera, but the person behind the camera that makes great pictures." Every seasoned photographer will bestow these words of wisdom on the less financially equipped.But in the case of smartphone cameras, superior hardware really makes a world a difference if you want great photos.Just when I thought Motorola’s Moto Mod attachments for its Moto Z, Z Force and the new Z Play Droid couldn’t get anymore over the top, out comes the Hasselblad True Zoom.The Hasselblad True Zoom is an entire camera that overrides the phone’s included back camera, while simultaneously adding a physical shutter button, grip handle and 10x optical zoom.It’s not as precise as a real camera, but comes pretty close to mimicking the same process.There's also a zoom switch connected to the shutter button.
It’s difficult to put optical zoom on a smartphone because of the added bulk on the back. At its highest magnification, the image becomes so blurry that there might as well be no digital zoom to begin with.
The textured, rubberized grip is a nice touch, too.
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If you read my review of the Z Play Droid, you’ll understand that I wasn’t particularly impressed by the 16-megapixel camera.
It’s fine for what it is, but it doesn’t compare to the Galaxy S7 and Note7’s back camera, which is currently the best smartphone camera.
For that money, you might as well buy an RX100 (even the original one) or save a little more and upgrade to an mirrorless camera like Sony’s A5100, which remains one of the most affordable cameras out there.