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We review and compare the cameras on the Huawei P9, Huawei P9 Plus and Huawei P9 Lite to see which is best for you, complete with photo and video samples for a side-by-side comparison.

One of the biggest and most distinctive features of the Huawei P9 is its dual-lens Leica-branded camera, which we really liked in our full Huawei P9 review. Those two separate lenses work together to produce photos with a superior depth of field to most smartphone shots, while the P9’s camera also boasts phase detection autofocus, a two-tone LED flash and plenty of bonus features to keep amateur snappers happy.

But how does the Huawei P9’s camera compare with the camera on the P9 Plus and P9 Lite, two spin-off smartphones that Huawei launched alongside the P9? Here’s our full P9 vs P9 Plus vs P9 Lite camera review.

Check out our in-depth Huawei P9 camera review and see how these three phones stack up against each other in our full Huawei P9 vs P9 Plus vs P9 Lite comparison.

Huawei P9 vs P9 Plus vs P9 Lite camera review: Hardware and camera features

We might as well get this out of the way immediately: the P9 and P9 Plus basically sport the same dual-lens Leica camera hardware. Both phones have the same f/2.2 aperture 12-megapixel lenses with phase detection autofocus (also found on the iPhone 6s and Moto G4 Plus, among others), which helps the camera to focus quickly on your chosen subject, ready to take a photo.

When you dive into the camera interface of the P9 and P9 Plus, you’ll see almost the exact same features and settings. You can simply take a shot by tapping the shutter button, swap to video mode to record some footage, and bring up the manual controls to get a very precise photo. You can also swap between two different Depth of Field options (the main advantage of those dual lenses). This either keeps both foreground and background sharply in focus, or provides a very narrow field of focus and blurs everything else for a lovely boche effect.

By comparison, the P9 Lite sports a stripped-down 13-megapixel camera with just a single f/2.0 aperture lens. Gone is the phase detection autofocus, replaced with a basic autofocus that isn’t quite as nippy. Even the two-tone LED flash of the P9 and P9 Plus has been reduced to a single LED.

So, you obviously have no control over depth of field on the P9 Lite, and you also don’t get the handy pull-out manual controls; you have to dive into the camera settings to bring up the likes of ISO control (which maxes out at 1600 instead of 3200). You also lose some of the other camera features found on the more expensive P9 phones, such as the very cool monochrome mode, although the P9 Lite does still pack in plenty of Huawei’s other camera modes including the Light Painting feature (for capturing trails of light at night).

Huawei P9 vs P9 Plus vs P9 Lite camera review: Photo quality

In some respects, the P9 Lite’s inferior camera isn’t too different from the sexy dual-lens snapper on the P9 Plus and vanilla P9 phone. For instance, when it comes to the final results, we were pleased to see that detail levels were very similar, whether you’re shooting a sweeping vista or something very up-close and personal.

However, the P9 Lite is weaker in most other areas. For instance, there’s obvious blur when capturing moving subjects, occasionally to a worrying degree. Colours are also richer and better-looking on the P9 and P9 Plus photos, whereas they’re occasionally a little washed-out on P9 Lite. And of course, you can’t get that lovely boche effect with the P9 Lite, as it only has one lens.

Here’s a direct comparison between a boche shot from the P9 (left) and the P9 Lite equivalent (right). Note the richer tones on the P9’s photo too. Click for a larger image.

The P9 and P9 Plus cameras are also superior when the lights go down, offering up less grain and more detail. And if you resort to the flash, you’ll get more natural tones with the more premium dual-lens cameras thanks to the two-tone LEDs.

Here’s a side-by-side photo gallery for comparison.

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Huawei P9 vs P9 Plus vs P9 Lite camera review: Video quality

The Huawei P9 and P9 Plus can both shoot Full HD video at either 30 Frames-Per-Second, or 60FPS. Neither phone offers 4K video recording. Likewise, the P9 Lite maxes out at Full HD resolution, although only at 30FPS.

We found that video quality was comparable between the P9 Lite and the more expensive P9 models. None of these handsets have built-in Optical Image Stabilisation, but the digital stabilisation (which crops and steadies the video you shoot) works perfectly well. Note that this is not available when shooting 60FPS video on the P9 and P9 Plus.

All three phones handle changes in lighting well and do a decent job of picking up audio. Rivals impress more when it comes to detail levels, but any of these mobiles do the job for straightforward home movies.

Here are some video samples shot on all three phones, so you can see how they stack up.

You can watch the full camera comparison right here:

This is an extended image class that supports 8-bit, 16-bit,32-bit (real) and RGB images. It also provides support for3D image stacks.

See Also:
ImageProcessor, ImageStack, ImageWindow, ImageCanvas
Field Summary
booleanchanges
True if any changes have been made to this image.
static intCOLOR_256
8-bit indexed color
static intCOLOR_RGB
32-bit RGB color
static intGRAY16
16-bit grayscale (unsigned)
static intGRAY32
32-bit floating-point grayscale
static intGRAY8
8-bit grayscale (unsigned)
protected intheight
protected java.awt.Imageimg
protected ImageProcessorip
protected booleanlocked
doublepixelDepth
Obsolete.
doublepixelHeight
Obsolete.
doublepixelWidth
Obsolete.
booleansCalibrated
Obsolete.
java.lang.Stringunit
Obsolete.
java.lang.Stringunits
Obsolete.
protected intwidth
protected ImageWindowwin
Fields inherited from interface java.awt.image.ImageObserver
ABORT, ALLBITS, ERROR, FRAMEBITS, HEIGHT, PROPERTIES, SOMEBITS, WIDTH
Fields inherited from interface ij.measure.Measurements
AREA, AREA_FRACTION, CENTER_OF_MASS, CENTROID, CIRCULARITY, ELLIPSE, FERET, INTEGRATED_DENSITY, INVERT_Y, KURTOSIS, LABELS, LIMIT, MAX_STANDARDS, MEAN, MEDIAN, MIN_MAX, MODE, PERIMETER, RECT, SKEWNESS, SLICE, STD_DEV
Constructor Summary
ImagePlus()
Constructs an uninitialized ImagePlus.
ImagePlus(java.lang.String pathOrURL)
Constructs an ImagePlus from a TIFF, BMP, DICOM, FITS, PGM, GIF or JPRG specified by a path or from a TIFF, DICOM, GIF or JPEG specified by a URL.
ImagePlus(java.lang.String title, java.awt.Image img)
Constructs an ImagePlus from an AWT Image.
ImagePlus(java.lang.String title, ImageProcessor ip)
Constructs an ImagePlus from an ImageProcessor.
ImagePlus(java.lang.String title, ImageStack stack)
Constructs an ImagePlus from a stack.
Method Summary
static voidaddImageListener(ImageListener listener)
voidclose()
Closes this image and sets the pixel arrays to null.
voidcopy(boolean cut)
Copies the contents of the current selection to the internal clipboard.
voidcopyScale(ImagePlus imp)
Copies the calibration of the specified image to this image.
ImageStackcreateEmptyStack()
Returns an empty image stack that has the same width, height and color table as this image.
ImagePluscreateImagePlus()
Returns a new ImagePlus with this ImagePlus' attributes (e.g.
LookUpTablecreateLut()
Creates a LookUpTable object corresponding to this image.
voidcreateNewRoi(int sx, int sy)
Starts the process of creating a new selection, where sx and sy are the starting screen coordinates.
voiddraw()
Draws the image.
voiddraw(int x, int y, int width, int height)
Draws image and roi outline using a clip rect.
voidflush()
Sets the image arrays to null to help the garbage collector do its job.
intgetBitDepth()
Returns the bit depth, 8, 16, 24 (RGB) or 32.
CalibrationgetCalibration()
Returns this image's calibration.
static ImagePlusgetClipboard()
Returns the internal clipboard or null if the internal clipboard is empty.
intgetCurrentSlice()
Returns the current stack slice number or 1 if this is a single image.
int[]getDimensions()
Returns the dimensions of this image (width, height, nChannels, nSlices, nFrames) as a 5 element int array.
FileInfogetFileInfo()
Returns a FileInfo object containing information, including the pixel array, needed to save this image.
CalibrationgetGlobalCalibration()
Returns the system-wide calibration, or null.
intgetHeight()
intgetID()
Returns this image's unique numeric ID.
java.awt.ImagegetImage()
Returns the current AWT image.
ImageStackgetImageStack()
Returns the base image stack.
intgetImageStackSize()
If this is a stack, return the number of slices, else return 1.
CalibrationgetLocalCalibration()
Returns this image's local calibration, ignoring the 'Global' calibration flag.
java.lang.StringgetLocationAsString(int x, int y)
Converts the current cursor location to a string.
ImageProcessorgetMask()
For images with irregular ROIs, returns a byte mask, otherwise, returns null.
intgetNChannels()
Returns the number of channels.
intgetNFrames()
Returns the number of frames (time-points).
intgetNSlices()
Returns the image depth (number of z-slices).
FileInfogetOriginalFileInfo()
Returns the FileInfo object that was used to open this image.
int[]getPixel(int x, int y)
Returns the pixel value at (x,y) as a 4 element array.
ImageProcessorgetProcessor()
Returns a reference to the current ImageProcessor.
java.util.PropertiesgetProperties()
Returns this image's Properties.
java.lang.ObjectgetProperty(java.lang.String key)
Returns the property associated with 'key'.
RoigetRoi()
java.lang.StringgetShortTitle()
Returns a shortened version of image name that does not include spaces or a file name extension.
ImageStackgetStack()
Returns the image stack.
intgetStackSize()
If this is a stack, return the number of slices, else return 1.
longgetStartTime()
Returns the time in milliseconds when startTiming() was last called.
ImageStatisticsgetStatistics()
Returns an ImageStatistics object generated using the standard measurement options (area, mean, mode, min and max).
ImageStatisticsgetStatistics(int mOptions)
Returns an ImageStatistics object generated using the specified measurement options.
ImageStatisticsgetStatistics(int mOptions, int nBins)
Returns an ImageStatistics object generated using the specified measurement options and histogram bin count.
ImageStatisticsgetStatistics(int mOptions, int nBins, double histMin, double histMax)
Returns an ImageStatistics object generated using the specified measurement options, histogram bin count and histogram range.
java.lang.StringgetTitle()
Returns the image name.
intgetType()
Returns the current image type (ImagePlus.GRAY8, ImagePlus.GRAY16, ImagePlus.GRAY32, ImagePlus.COLOR_256 or ImagePlus.COLOR_RGB).
intgetWidth()
ImageWindowgetWindow()
Returns the ImageWindow that is being used to display this image.
voidhide()
Closes the window, if any, that is displaying this image.
booleanimageUpdate(java.awt.Image img, int flags, int x, int y, int w, int h)
Used by ImagePlus to monitor loading of images.
booleanisInvertedLut()
Returns true is this image uses an inverting LUT that displays zero as white and 255 as black.
booleanisProcessor()
voidkillProcessor()
Obsolete.
voidkillRoi()
Deletes the current region of interest.
voidkillStack()
booleanlock()
Locks the image so other threads can test to see if it is in use.
booleanlockSilently()
Similar to lock, but doesn't beep and display an error message if the attempt to lock the image fails.
voidmouseMoved(int x, int y)
Displays the cursor coordinates and pixel value in the status bar.
voidpaste()
Inserts the contents of the internal clipboard into the active image.
static voidremoveImageListener(ImageListener listener)
voidrepaintWindow()
Calls draw to draw the image and also repaints the image window to force the information displayed above the image (dimension, type, size) to be updated.
voidrestoreRoi()
voidsaveRoi()
voidsetActivated()
Called by ImageWindow.windowActivated().
voidsetCalibration(Calibration cal)
Sets this image's calibration.
voidsetColor(java.awt.Color c)
Sets current foreground color.
voidsetDimensions(int nChannels, int nSlices, int nFrames)
Sets the 3rd, 4th and 5th dimensions, where nChannels*nSlices*nFrames must be the same as the stack size.
voidsetFileInfo(FileInfo fi)
Saves this image's FileInfo so it can be later retieved using getOriginalFileInfo().
voidsetGlobalCalibration(Calibration global)
Sets the system-wide calibration.
voidsetIgnoreFlush(boolean ignoreFlush)
Set ignoreFlush true to not have the pixel data set to null when the window is closed.
voidsetImage(java.awt.Image img)
Replaces the AWT image, if any, with the one specified.
voidsetProcessor(java.lang.String title, ImageProcessor ip)
Replaces the ImageProcessor, if any, with the one specified.
voidsetProperty(java.lang.String key, java.lang.Object value)
Adds a key-value pair to this image's properties.
voidsetRoi(int x, int y, int width, int height)
Creates a rectangular selection.
voidsetRoi(java.awt.Rectangle r)
Creates a rectangular selection.
voidsetRoi(Roi roi)
Assigns the specified ROI to this image and displays it.
voidsetSlice(int index)
Activates the specified slice.
voidsetStack(java.lang.String title, ImageStack stack)
Replaces the stack, if any, with the one specified.
voidsetTitle(java.lang.String title)
Sets the image name.
protected voidsetType(int type)
voidsetWindow(ImageWindow win)
This method should only be called from an ImageWindow.
voidshow()
Opens a window to display this image and clears the status bar.
voidshow(java.lang.String statusMessage)
Opens a window to display this image and displays 'statusMessage' in the status bar.
voidstartTiming()
Calls System.currentTimeMillis() to save the current time so it can be retrieved later using getStartTime() to calculate the elapsed time of an operation.
java.lang.StringtoString()
voidtrimProcessor()
Frees RAM by setting the snapshot (undo) buffer in the current ImageProcessor to null.
voidunlock()
Unlocks the image.
voidupdateAndDraw()
Updates this image from the pixel data in its associated ImageProcessor, then displays it.
voidupdateAndRepaintWindow()
Calls updateAndDraw to update from the pixel data and draw the image, and also repaints the image window to force the information displayed above the image (dimension, type, size) to be updated.
voidupdateImage()
ImageCanvas.paint() calls this method when the ImageProcessor has generated new image.
voidupdateStatusbarValue()
Redisplays the (x,y) coordinates and pixel value (which may have changed) in the status bar.
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
Field Detail

GRAY8

8-bit grayscale (unsigned)
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GRAY16

16-bit grayscale (unsigned)
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GRAY32

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32-bit floating-point grayscale
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Constant Field Values

COLOR_256

8-bit indexed color
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Constant Field Values

COLOR_RGB

32-bit RGB color
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Constant Field Values

changes

True if any changes have been made to this image.

pixelWidth

Obsolete. Use GetCalibration().

pixelHeight

Obsolete. Use GetCalibration().

pixelDepth

Obsolete. Use GetCalibration().

unit

Obsolete. Use GetCalibration().

units

Obsolete. Use GetCalibration().

sCalibrated

Obsolete. Use GetCalibration().

img

ip

win

width

height

locked

Constructor Detail

ImagePlus

Constructs an uninitialized ImagePlus.

ImagePlus

Constructs an ImagePlus from an AWT Image. The first argument will be used as the title of the window that displays the image. Throws an IllegalStateException if an error occurs while loading the image.

ImagePlus

Constructs an ImagePlus from an ImageProcessor.

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Constructs an ImagePlus from a TIFF, BMP, DICOM, FITS, PGM, GIF or JPRG specified by a path or from a TIFF, DICOM, GIF or JPEG specified by a URL.

ImagePlus

Constructs an ImagePlus from a stack.
Method Detail

lock

Locks the image so other threads can test to see if it is in use. Returns true if the image was successfully locked. Beeps, displays a message in the status bar, and returns false if the image is already locked.

lockSilently

Similar to lock, but doesn't beep and display an error message if the attempt to lock the image fails.

unlock

Unlocks the image.

draw

Draws the image. If there is an ROI, its outline is also displayed. Does nothing if there is no window associated with this image (i.e. show() has not been called).

draw

Draws image and roi outline using a clip rect.

updateAndDraw

Updates this image from the pixel data in its associated ImageProcessor, then displays it. Does nothing if there is no window associated with this image (i.e. show() has not been called).

repaintWindow

Calls draw to draw the image and also repaints the image window to force the information displayed above the image (dimension, type, size) to be updated.

updateAndRepaintWindow

Calls updateAndDraw to update from the pixel data and draw the image, and also repaints the image window to force the information displayed above the image (dimension, type, size) to be updated.

updateImage

ImageCanvas.paint() calls this method when the ImageProcessor has generated new image.

hide

Closes the window, if any, that is displaying this image.

close

Closes this image and sets the pixel arrays to null.

show

Opens a window to display this image and clears the status bar.

show

Opens a window to display this image and displays 'statusMessage' in the status bar.

setActivated

Called by ImageWindow.windowActivated().

getImage

Returns the current AWT image.

getID

Returns this image's unique numeric ID.

setImage

Replaces the AWT image, if any, with the one specified. Throws an IllegalStateException if an error occurs while loading the image.

setProcessor

Replaces the ImageProcessor, if any, with the one specified. Set 'title' to null to leave the image title unchanged.

setStack

Replaces the stack, if any, with the one specified. Set 'title' to null to leave the title unchanged.

setFileInfo

Saves this image's FileInfo so it can be later retieved using getOriginalFileInfo().

getWindow

Returns the ImageWindow that is being used to display this image. Returns null if show() has not be called or the ImageWindow has been closed.

setWindow

This method should only be called from an ImageWindow.

setColor

Sets current foreground color.

isProcessor

getProcessor

Returns a reference to the current ImageProcessor. If there is no ImageProcessor, it creates one. Returns null if this ImagePlus contains no ImageProcessor and no AWT Image.

trimProcessor

Frees RAM by setting the snapshot (undo) buffer in the current ImageProcessor to null.

killProcessor

Obsolete.

getMask

For images with irregular ROIs, returns a byte mask, otherwise, returns null. Mask pixels have a non-zero value.

getStatistics

Returns an ImageStatistics object generated using the standard measurement options (area, mean, mode, min and max).

getStatistics

Returns an ImageStatistics object generated using the specified measurement options.

getStatistics

Returns an ImageStatistics object generated using the specified measurement options and histogram bin count. Note: except for float images, the number of bins is currently fixed at 256.

getStatistics

Returns an ImageStatistics object generated using the specified measurement options, histogram bin count and histogram range. Note: for 8-bit and RGB images, the number of bins is fixed at 256 and the histogram range is always 0-255.

getTitle

Returns the image name.

getShortTitle

Returns a shortened version of image name that does not include spaces or a file name extension.

setTitle

Sets the image name.

getWidth

getHeight

getStackSize

If this is a stack, return the number of slices, else return 1.

getImageStackSize

If this is a stack, return the number of slices, else return 1.

setDimensions

Sets the 3rd, 4th and 5th dimensions, where nChannels*nSlices*nFrames must be the same as the stack size.

getNChannels

Returns the number of channels.

getNSlices

Returns the image depth (number of z-slices).

getNFrames

Returns the number of frames (time-points).

getDimensions

Returns the dimensions of this image (width, height, nChannels, nSlices, nFrames) as a 5 element int array.

getType

Returns the current image type (ImagePlus.GRAY8, ImagePlus.GRAY16, ImagePlus.GRAY32, ImagePlus.COLOR_256 or ImagePlus.COLOR_RGB).
See Also:
getBitDepth()

getBitDepth

Returns the bit depth, 8, 16, 24 (RGB) or 32. RGB images actually use 32 bits per pixel.

setType

setProperty

Adds a key-value pair to this image's properties.

getProperty

Returns the property associated with 'key'. May return null.

getProperties

Returns this image's Properties. May return null.

createLut

Creates a LookUpTable object corresponding to this image.

isInvertedLut

Returns true is this image uses an inverting LUT that displays zero as white and 255 as black.

getPixel

Returns the pixel value at (x,y) as a 4 element array. Grayscale values are retuned in the first element. RGB values are returned in the first 3 elements. For indexed color images, the RGB values are returned in the first 3 three elements and the index (0-255) is returned in the last.

createEmptyStack

Returns an empty image stack that has the same width, height and color table as this image.

getStack

Returns the image stack. The stack may have only one slice. After adding or removing slices, call setStack() to update the image and the window that is displaying it.
See Also:
setStack(java.lang.String, ij.ImageStack)

getImageStack

Returns the base image stack.

getCurrentSlice

Returns the current stack slice number or 1 if this is a single image.

killStack

setSlice

Activates the specified slice. The index must be >= 1 and <= N, where N in the number of slices in the stack. Does nothing if this ImagePlus does not use a stack.

getRoi

setRoi

Assigns the specified ROI to this image and displays it. Any existing ROI is deleted if roi is null or its width or height is zero.

setRoi

Creates a rectangular selection.

setRoi

Creates a rectangular selection.

createNewRoi

Starts the process of creating a new selection, where sx and sy are the starting screen coordinates. The selection type is determined by which tool in the tool bar is active. The user interactively sets the selection size and shape.

killRoi

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Deletes the current region of interest. Makes a copy of the current ROI so it can be recovered by the Edit/Restore Selection command.

saveRoi

restoreRoi

getFileInfo

Returns a FileInfo object containing information, including the pixel array, needed to save this image. Use getOriginalFileInfo() to get a copy of the FileInfo object used to open the image.
See Also:
FileInfo, getOriginalFileInfo(), setFileInfo(ij.io.FileInfo)

getOriginalFileInfo

Returns the FileInfo object that was used to open this image. Returns null for images created using the File/New command.
See Also:
FileInfo, getFileInfo()

imageUpdate

Used by ImagePlus to monitor loading of images.
Specified by:
imageUpdate in interface java.awt.image.ImageObserver

flush

Sets the image arrays to null to help the garbage collector do its job. Does nothing if the image is locked or a setIgnoreFlush(true) call has been made.

setIgnoreFlush

Set ignoreFlush true to not have the pixel data set to null when the window is closed.

createImagePlus

Returns a new ImagePlus with this ImagePlus' attributes (e.g. spatial scale), but no image.

copyScale

Copies the calibration of the specified image to this image.

startTiming

Calls System.currentTimeMillis() to save the current time so it can be retrieved later using getStartTime() to calculate the elapsed time of an operation.

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getStartTime

Returns the time in milliseconds when startTiming() was last called.

getCalibration

Returns this image's calibration.

setCalibration

Sets this image's calibration.

setGlobalCalibration

Sets the system-wide calibration.

getGlobalCalibration

Returns the system-wide calibration, or null.

getLocalCalibration

Returns this image's local calibration, ignoring the 'Global' calibration flag.

mouseMoved

Displays the cursor coordinates and pixel value in the status bar. Called by ImageCanvas when the mouse moves. Can be overridden by ImagePlus subclasses.

updateStatusbarValue

Redisplays the (x,y) coordinates and pixel value (which may have changed) in the status bar. Called by the Next Slice and Previous Slice commands to update the z-coordinate and pixel value.

getLocationAsString

Converts the current cursor location to a string.

copy

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Copies the contents of the current selection to the internal clipboard. Copies the entire image if there is no selection. Also clears the selection if cut is true.

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paste

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Inserts the contents of the internal clipboard into the active image. If there is a selection the same size as the image on the clipboard, the image is inserted into that selection, otherwise the selection is inserted into the center of the image.

getClipboard

Returns the internal clipboard or null if the internal clipboard is empty.

addImageListener

removeImageListener

toString

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