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Dual camera 7 iPhone demonstrated on video

Expert company KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo is known that he very often publishes reliable information about the new iPhone before their entrance. And he recently presented new information regarding the upcoming iPhone 7. According to his sources, Apple is planning to release two versions of the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus. One of them will get a traditional main camera iSight, and the second system consisting of two cameras.

The basis of dual camera iPhone 7 will be the technology of the Israeli company LinX Imaging, acquired by Apple in April 2015. According to rumors, both sensors will be supplied by Sony, and both modules have a resolution of 12 megapixels. One of the cameras provide optical image stabilization and a wide angle and the other two or three times optical zoom. In addition, a dual camera iPhone 7 will add some cool features, including the focus change on the finished photographs or the bokeh effect.

Today CNET published a video that shows the benefits of shooting in camera with dual lens. Used to demonstrate the Corephotonics technology provides for the integration of images obtained from two cameras. As you can see in the video, it helps significantly to sharpen photos and improve the overall quality of the recording. In addition, shooting with two cameras Corephotonics provides 5x optical zoom.

In the video, the browser compares the photographs taken on conventional and dual camera. The difference in picture quality is noticeable to the naked eye. Dual camera lost even iPhone 6s Plus, the optics which is considered to be best among mobile devices.

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Note that last week the Taiwanese company Largan Technology, as well as Japanese and Chinese manufacturers of lenses for cameras of smartphones has sent Apple samples of cameras with dual optics that California giant intends to use in the iPhone 7 Plus.

By estimations of analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 7 Plus with dual cameras will have from 25% to 35% of deliveries of new smartphones in 2016.

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