Analysis of the iPhone X camera: portrait mode, video and light portrait -


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Friday, 10 November 2017

Analysis of the iPhone X camera: portrait mode, video and light portrait

After the launch of a new iPhone, Apple introduces a lot of improvements to its camera. In this way, the company has achieved that the iPhone X has the second best camera on the market.

It has new hardware and some features that put the iPhone X at the same level as certain DSLR cameras , at least in some aspects.

In this article we will tell you all the innovations that Apple has included in the camera of the new iPhone X. We will analyze each and every one of its characteristics.

Analysis of the iPhone X camera

The rear camera of the iPhone X has two lenses positioned in vertical orientation , the first time this happens on an iPhone. Apple opted for this design to make room for the hardware components of the 3D sensors of facial recognition technology.

Its dual 12 megapixel camera has an aperture f / 1.8 for the wide-angle lens and an aperture f / 2.4 for the telephoto lens. Both sensors have been improved and optimized to provide more accurate images in worse environmental lighting conditions. 

The dual camera of the iPhone X, in addition, has optical image stabilization . This has a positive effect on portrait mode, with an amazing image quality.

As for his FaceTime camera, he has received the implementation of the TrueDepth system. This system uses face recognition for the Face ID function. The front camera has 7 megapixels and an aperture f / 2.2. 

But the best thing about the FaceTime camera, without a doubt, is its compatibility with portrait mode. So now you can create beautiful selfies with the background out of focus. Even "Portrait Lightning" effects have been added to embellish your most personal photographs.

On the other hand, and finally, the iPhone X has support for 4K video recording and slow motion video recording up to 240 fps.

Via | Macrumors 

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