3rd July 2022, Kathmandu
OPPO teams up with Disneyland® in Paris to inspire a night-time photography campaign, which captures sizzling fireworks in sharp, natural colour. Taking magical moments at night is a challenge for most smartphones.
The scene gets lost in grainy dark spots, highlights and washed-out colours. With the new Find X5 Series’ high-tech 4K Ultra Night video and 50MP wide and ultra-wide angle camera, coupled with a billion colour display, there’s no better smartphone to record memorable or aspirational occasions in any light.
Dream. Shine. Energies. Illuminate. These words apply to Disneyland Paris’ 30th Anniversary as much as they do to the futuristic aesthetic of the Find X5 Series, so OPPO invited influencers to experience the celebration and capture history in the making.
OPPO Find X5 Pro allows Disneyland Paris guests to capture the best memories and avoid indiscernible, blurred or grainy images while shooting the iconic light show.
To freeze the frames in all their glory requires an advanced smartphone so OPPO gave influencers a Find X5 Pro, who each made light work of the blazing firework display, upgraded for the park’s anniversary.
Find X5 Pro captured the spectacular sparkles, eye-popping projections and whirring drones, as Toe-tapping Disney music invited observers to dream bigger, smile wider and laugh louder.
William Liu, President of Global Marketing at OPPO, commented: “The OPPO Find X5 Pro captured the magic of Disneyland Paris 30th Anniversary Experience with such breath-taking accuracy, clarity, and fine detail, we have no doubt it will inspire people to record more of their memories after the sun sets.”
Disneyland Paris first opened its doors in April 1992 and has grown with its guests to become Europe’s number one tourist destination.
Today, it is a multi-day resort offering two world-class theme parks, seven themed Disney hotels, the Disney Village® entertainment complex, and two convention centres. Disneyland Paris is the largest private employer in the department of Seine-et-Marne, with more than 500 different jobs and 124 nationalities represented.