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All of the new features of the iPhone's camera 11 and iPhone 11 Pro

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Published on Sep 11, 2019

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All of the new features of the iPhone's camera 11 and iPhone 11 Pro

Apple announced the new iPhone: the iPhone 11, equipped with two cameras, and the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Max Pro, both equipped with three cameras, the main.

But nowadays, the number of objectives on the back of a phone is not something that will impress the masses, and it is for this reason that Apple is betting heavily on providing amazing results through a host of software improvements, and the new iPhone, are full of new features that will improve the photographic experience.

They announced so many new products, that we could not absolutely talking about every single improvement, so we have created this article where we explore the most important things that were presented during the event and what are the differences between iPhone 11 and 11 Pro and what they are capable of, in terms of shooting photos and video.

First of all, what is the difference between the three models? The biggest difference between the new iPhone, as far as the camera, is that the iPhone 11, has two cameras the main, while Pro models each have three. The iPhone 11 has a snapper standard and a wide angle lens on the back, while Pro models get a telephoto lens in the mix. This is the great differentiating factor in terms of the hardware, while everything else depends on the new features of the software.

The iPhone has been behind the competition for a long time, when it comes to taking pictures in the dark. Google and Huawei have done everything to allow users to take photos in lighting conditions extremely unfavourable, and although we do not think that someone should be able to take photos in complete darkness, being able to take easily pictures around the city after sunset is a thing convenient. With the iPhone 11, Apple follows the example, with its night version.

The night mode Apple uses Smart HDR next generation leverages the power of machine learning to recognize the subject in the frame and then turn them on in a smart way to images look more natural with more details. To manage the visual artifacts and excessive noise, which sometimes sprout when taking pictures in low-light environments, there is a new image processing system called the Deep Fusion, which performs the processing pixel per pixel to optimize the texture, the details and the noise in each part of the photo. Deep Fusion relies heavily on the Neural Engine of the chip A13 Bionic. Deep Fusion come on the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro by the end of autumn.

When Apple introduced the Portrait mode on the iPhone 7, it was practically a beta test. The functionality has grown and evolved a lot over the years. On the iPhone 11, and iPhone 11 Pro, Portrait mode works both on the camera main that on the telephoto lens, offering a greater freedom in the choice of the framing of the subject. In addition, the current simulation of the depth of field seems to be improved a bit, allowing a separation more accurate between the subject and the background, and rendering “bokeh” more uniform.

Apple has updated the telephoto lens on the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max specially for Portrait mode. The new camera with telephoto lens features an aperture ƒ / 2.0 and higher that allows you to capture 40% more light compared to the iPhone Xs. This is particularly useful for taking pictures of portraits with a lighting more faint, but it is also a great improvement in general (both for photos and for video).

With the more powerful chip A13 Bionic, the adjustment of the illumination of the portrait can be made directly in the Camera app to change the intensity of the light on a subject, while a new effect Mono key high create an amazing look and stylized for the photos in Portrait mode.

With the iPhone 11 the iPhone 11 Pro, Apple claims to have “set a new standard with the highest-quality video ever seen on a smartphone“.

On iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, each camera system, triple camera can record video in 4K resolution with expanded dynamic range and video stabilizer film. With its wider field of view and large focal plane, the camera's ultra-wide seems like an excellent choice to turn video full of action. We can zoom freely between each of the three cameras, while you use a new Zoom function audio to match the audio to the video frame for a sound that is more dynamic.

iOS 13 also introduces a series of new video editing tools that allow us to rotate, crop, increase exposure, and to apply filters to the videos instantly. These adjustments are easy to apply and review at a glance in the Photos app.

The exceptional video recording capabilities also extend to the front camera. The new camera TrueDepth sensor has a 12 MP and a lens with a wider field of view to capture the selfie, while the same processing system Smart HDR of new generation used for the main camera allows the front camera to record 4K video sharp with the extension of a dynamic range of up to 60 fps and 120 fps slo-mo.

It was now time for Apple to change the appearance and the functioning of its Camera app. The changes are not revolutionary, but the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro have a Camera app that has been redesigned that takes full advantage of the screen up and the design without a frame.

The biggest change and the most significant in this area is probably the new feature QuickTake, which allows you to record a video without exiting the Photo mode. To start the function, just simply hold down the shutter button and we'll automatically start to record a video.

 

 

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