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iPhone 7 Plus vs Huawei Honor 8: taking pictures with bokeh effect

Last week Apple released the first test build of iOS update 10.1, which now has a beta version of a new shooting mode with the bokeh effect for the iPhone 7 Plus. The effect of depth of field, or bokeh is an artistic blurring of the background in your photo. It is used to enhance the focus on your subject, making it ideal for portraits.

According to the resource iMore, simulated shooting bokeh there are some Android devices with dual camera, in particular the smartphone Huawei Honor 8. The latter tries to imitate this effect using the software above.

Standard camera Honor 8 allows you to change the depth of field from f/0.95 to f/16. These values are, of course, the virtual, and the lens aperture does not change – she always f/2.2. However, users can obtain images with some semblance of bokeh from barely perceptible to pronounced. It is noteworthy that to change the depth of field is possible even after the shooting, that is to have the finished photograph.

Resource reviewers decided to compare the quality of photos with bokeh effect taken on the iPhone 7 Plus and the Huawei Honor 8. The images were created in equal conditions with standard settings. What they got, can be viewed below.

the iPhone 7 Plus:

Huawei Honor 8:

the iPhone 7 Plus:

Huawei Honor 8:

the iPhone 7 Plus:

Huawei Honor 8:

the iPhone 7 Plus:

Huawei Honor 8:

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