A new feature that has attracted the attention of the iPhone 7 Plus is the dual - lens camera, and there is no doubt that this new system is one of the more advanced features of the new Apple smartphone . But is it really this camera Apple as good as they say? Could you compare with a DSLR camera?
Apple has spent much of his time in the development of this dual - lens camera for the iPhone 7 Plus and so he gave much importance during the keynote. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, even suggested that the new camera dual lens iPhone 7 Plus "is so powerful, sophisticated and effective as your DSLR camera", these huge cameras that almost all professional photographers use for work.
There is no doubt that the camera of the new iPhone 7 Plus is an achievement for the US company, but is it really a true competitor for DSLR cameras?. Here are a sample of how are the photos taken with an iPhone 7 Plus and a Nikon D800 for you to judge for yourself.
iPhone 7 Plus and Nikon D800, facing
The new system of dual lens camera Apple is composed of two different lens, a 12 megapixel primary with a wide angle lens and a secondary lens' telephoto "of 56mm right next door. The aim of these two cameras is twofold: on the one hand through the software users can zoom on the screen and take advantage of a 2X optical zoom, on the other hand the iPhone 7 Plus will be able to create the bokeh effect from iOS 10.1.
This effect blur the background is pretty easy to get with a DSLR camera, but not with a smartphone. Although the iPhone 7 Plus will be possible thanks to its dual lens, but as we said just now have to wait for the next update of the system, as Apple has announced.
Seeing the two examples of photos taken with the iPhone 7 Plus and the Nikon D800 could say that in part the smartphone Apple could eventually replace a DSLR at times. However, if you look a little differences are quite significant, andthe DSLR camera will always be superior in some respects.
And you, do you think the iPhone camera 7 Plus could replace a DSLR? Tell us your opinion in the comments!