Telephoto lens of iPhone X requires less light than iPhone 7 Plus to take photos at low light (2X) - CYDIAPLUS.com

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Monday, 27 November 2017

Telephoto lens of iPhone X requires less light than iPhone 7 Plus to take photos at low light (2X)



The test indicates that Apple is improving its rear camera performance in the iPhone X from its predecessor. The iPhone's X-ray Telephoto lens requires less light than the iPhone 7 Plus to take photos at low light.

Telephoto lens with low light shooting


Studio Neat reveals test results in low light of iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone X The iPhone 5 Plus, 8 Plus and iPhone X have the principle that the system will measure the light before the light enough to capture the image or not. If the light is enough, the iPhone will switch to the Telephoto lens (automatically) to shoot.


Telephoto lens of iPhone X requires less light than iPhone 7 Plus to take photos at low light (2x zoom)

The test results of Studio Neat pointed out that the Telephoto lens of the iPhone X requires less light than the Telephoto lens of the iPhone 7 Plus by testing when the light intensity (lx) is about 16 lx. The iPhone X will change to Telephoto lens. To capture the iPhone 7 Plus requires up to 88 lx to switch to Telephoto lens.



The simplest is when we use the iPhone X to shoot at less than 2x optical zoom. Telephoto lens requires less light than the Telephoto lens of the iPhone 7 Plus, the iPhone X can capture in less light than the iPhone 7 Plus.

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