Perhaps the most important event in the world of consumer electronics – Wednesday, Apple showed the world a new smartphone. One of the major innovations in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus steel camera the new generation.
Thanks to new technologies survey on smartphones Apple has become even better. Module the iPhone 7 with a resolution of 12 megapixels equipped with optical image stabilization, has a wide aperture of ƒ/1.8 and a 6-element lens to create bright and detailed photos and videos. The extended colour range allows you to capture colors in all the details.
5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus includes the same 12-megapixel wide-angle camera as in the iPhone 7, and a camera with a telephoto lens. Together they provide a 2-fold optical zoom and 10x digital zoom when taking photos.
“We have added in the iPhone 7 Plus. That is in the iPhone 7 Plus includes two 12-megapixel cameras. One with a wide angle lens, 28 mm as in the iPhone 7, the second with a telephoto lens, 56mm. Why two cameras with two lenses? To explain, let me show you how to work a SLR camera. Are you familiar with this design – you can change the focal length of the lens, zoomed in / out. But it works when you have a big camera with a long lens where you can move lens. That doesn’t work, if we are talking about a device that you put in your pocket. With two lenses we can get zoom built into the iPhone,” said senior Vice President of marketing at Apple’s Phil Schiller.
Journalists who managed to test the iPhone 7, in one voice praise the photo quality of a smartphone. Might seem like a joke comparing the gadget with the “SLR”. Say, the size of the matrix, and optics are weak. But not so simple. For example, the photographer of Time magazine, told superior color balance and detail of the photos obtained by the new iPhone.
According to journalists, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus can only be purchased for new camera. Later both 12-megapixel camera smartphone will support a new depth of field effect when taking photos: technology-based system of machine learning is to separate the background from the foreground, allowing you to take portraits that previously were only available on SLR cameras.
MacDigger offers a few sample photos that demonstrate the capabilities of the camera iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. By clicking on the thumbs opens the big picture. Everything published below is the original photos taken for the new Apple smartphone.