Explore Mojave with Vivo X30 Pro: Canyons and deserts are just a drop in the ocean
By Braden Viveros aguilera 2020-01-20 2116 8
With the belief that "it is better to travel ten thousand miles than to read ten thousand books", I came to Mojave, Arizona, USA. The Mojave Desert is a barren land in southeastern California, spanning Nevada, Arizona and Utah, named after the Mojave people. In order to record what I saw and heard this time, I carried with me the vivo X30 Pro, which has a full scene quad camera imaging system, hoping to leave unforgettable memories in this life.
When I came to the canyon by bus, my eyes were filled with yellow. The dry meadows and the undulating Grand Canyon in the distance, only a few plants can survive here. Without the cover of the clouds, the whole land was scorched by the scorching sun, and not even a shadow could be seen at noon.
Through the 5x optical zoom of the X30 Pro, I saw a view that was beyond the reach of the naked eye. The distant mountains set off against the blue sky. It is said that if the rainy season comes, the thirsty desert will blossom all over the mountains. Life is really a miracle.
X30 Pro supports up to 60 times digital zoom, seemingly distant scenery, can be easily pulled in front of the eyes. The steep hills in the distance left traces of the erosion of the years. The red mountains, set against the blue sky and white clouds, also have a special charm, which reminds me of the American westerns that once swept the world.
In this extreme environment, the crows are doing well. They look for food in the rest area, rest under umbrellas, and are not afraid of visitors. This can not help but let me sigh, the original animal life is no longer pure, they have also learned to rely on human beings to make a living.
On a long drive, we came to a canyon. The "do not walk" sign on the side of the road blocks the way, as if to tell us that there is a forbidden area for human beings ahead. Looking at the rickety signs and the bottomless cliffs, I decided not to take any chances.
On the way back, I saw a tree growing tenaciously. It struggles to survive in dry deserts and exposed rocks. The intertwined roots are deeply rooted in the rocks, which may be the tenacity of life.
In order to have a panoramic view of the grandeur of the canyon, we chose to travel by helicopter. To tell you the truth, I was very scared when I looked at the small plane, and I always felt that the safety of the small fuselage was limited.
You may ask, is this still small? Then I'll turn on the wide-angle lens and take another one. This little orange helicopter looks really inconspicuous in the vast expanse of heaven and earth.
After taking off, the eyes suddenly opened up. The Mojave Desert is the largest desert in the United States, stretching tens of thousands of miles from Southern California to Nevada and from Arizona to Utah. Even on the plane, there is no end in sight.
Through the powerful zoom technology of X30 Pro, I can see the unforgettable scenery of my life. Rolling mountains, steep cliffs, and occasionally running wild animals, this is the most primitive and wild appearance of nature.
The 60-x zoom periscope lens of the vivo X30 Pro not only has 13 million pixels, but also supports 5x optical zoom and the equivalent full-frame SLR medium-long focal length of 135mm. The distant rock details and traces of wind-blown sand erosion are very clear under the camera, which is almost like a telescope.
Unwittingly, it was getting late, and the clouds on the horizon were dyed red. I quickly picked up my phone and took a snapshot to keep the beauty of this moment. Thanks to the 64 million pixel camera of the X30 Pro and the backlight HDR algorithm, such excellent shooting results can be achieved.
The vivo X30 Pro also has a periscope lens with 60 times super zoom power that can be captured even by the moon in the distance. Although it is a desert, Mojave's development potential is still very high. So far, 19 companies have applied to build solar or wind power in 500000 acres of desert. Compared with the city where we live, the seemingly uninhabited desert is the place with the purest life.
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