Vivo & Zeiss’s “Professional Tribute to Profession” theme video exhibition Beijing Station was held today at 798 Yue Art Museum. This is another offline video exhibition aimed at imaging after the video exhibition was unveiled in Shanghai.
According to the official introduction, the exhibition area has a Zeiss classic moment image space with the theme of “a brief history of light and shadow”. Visitors can perceive the story of Zeiss and history by browsing the representative moments of Zeiss’s century of light and shadow.
Also in the exhibition area is the “land of light and shadow” aided by the work “Kaleidoscope” by the well-known artist Liu Zhenchen. This work is reshaped from countless beautiful and real images, which demonstrates the infinite possibilities of humanity and technology to present the world together.
Also, a special exhibition of “New Works of Light and Shadow” was set up at the scene, and the exhibited works were all shot by Vivo X60 Pro+. The Vivo & Zeiss video exhibition was also opened simultaneously in Wuhan Tiandiyifang.
Vivo officially announced that it had become a global imaging strategic partner with Zeiss and launched the first cooperation product Vivo X60 series, between the two parties in January this year.
X60 Pro + is equipped with the “Vivo Zeiss United Imaging System”, which includes an ultra-large bottom lens with a GN1 sensor, an ultra-wide-angle micro-head, a professional portrait lens, and an ultra-telephoto periscope lens. At the same time, Vivo X60 Pro + also uses Zeiss T * coating technology, which can greatly increase the transmittance of the lens and reduce glare.