On the Cedar CP3 Rugged Smartphone, photos dazzle

rugged smartphone photographyOne part is the powerful processor, one part is the dynamic camera, and one part is being on a 10,000-foot alpine peak at just the right time. That is the recipe for a good photo, or at least the photo above.

If you take the Cedar CP3 Rugged Smartphone onto a nearby alpine peak, you will have all you need to impress your friends and family online – or at the very least, you will remember just how great it all looked in the moment.

Plus, you actually do not need an alpine peak. The CP3, the most capable rugged smartphone on the market for data collection and communication, produces stunning photos at work and at home.

Inside the Cedar CP3 Rugged Smartphone

“The Cedar CP3 combines field-tested ruggedness with everyday functionality,” said Cody Draper, Juniper Systems’ Cedar product manager. “It’s a very serious data collector and asset manager at work, and at home it’s a gateway to apps, photos, and family. The transition between work and play is seamless. We think that’s a huge win for field professionals.”

Another win for field professionals is the array of camera tools and functions within the built-in camera application. You can choose to shoot a panorama, turn on face detection or turn on HDR. It includes a slew of filters, night photo mode, and the ability to toggle between image file sizes.

Other applications like Open Camera on the Google Play store prop up the CP3’s powerful camera hardware with additional functionality. Using Open Camera, you can access a bevy of features: record 4K Ultra HD video, adjust exposure and ISO, digitally zoom, and adjust photo resolution – among other things.

Here’s how to record video in 4K Ultra HD on the Cedar CP3 Rugged Smartphone

In the built-in camera app, select the video recording option. In the top right-hand corner, select the settings cog. Once you are in the settings menu, select Video quality. This menu offers five distinct options. Select 4K UHD for ultra-high definition videos on your CP3.

In the Open Camera application, select the settings cog. Once you are in the settings menu, select Video settings. At the top of the menu, select Video resolution. This menu will display 18 video resolution options. The top option, Highest: 4K Ultra HD, will record videos in ultra-high definition.

Here is a gallery of unfiltered photos captured exclusively using the Cedar CP3 Rugged Smartphone.

The CP3’s rear-facing camera system features a dual 12-megapixel Sony IMX386 camera. With a resolution of 3968×2976, it is capable of shooting 4K video.

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The CP3’s front-facing camera is a 16-megapixel Samsung S5K3P3. It boasts a resolution of 4632×3480 and captures vivid color in rich detail at 30 FPS.

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The CP3’s processor displays vivid imagery with its Adreno 510 GPU, which shows amazing visual detail without eating away battery life. Talk time on the CP3 is 50 hours.

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The Snapdragon 653 processor clocks blazing 300 Mbps download speeds and 150 Mbps upload speeds – necessary for sending and receiving high-resolution photos and videos.

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The CP3, like other Cedar devices, is rated IP68, making it waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof.

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The CP3’s cameras are optimized by the Qualcomm Spectra image signal processor, which eliminates shutter lag, enhances autofocus, and integrates high-quality color mapping.

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The CP3 can operate in both freezing cold and scorching hot temperatures – from -22 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.

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The CP3 offers a wide range of viewing angles because of its impressive high-resolution 5.5-inch AMOLED display. That means high-visibility viewing during blinding summer days and the dark of night.

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Photos by Cody Draper and Doug Moore.

For more information about the Cedar CP3 – or Juniper Systems’ line of rugged tablets and mobile computers – contact us here. Visit Juniper Systems online here.

Bonus photo

The CP3 is tested to withstand 1.5 meters of water for 30 minutes, even with its rubber port dust cover open.

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