iPhone 7 Camera Review, Photo Quality, Shootout. Yesterday Apple unveiled the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones and it looks like a lot of attention has been given to the camera features of the two devices. It's very cool devices. Today we want to see more about iPhone 7 camera quality and photo shootout. Ok, Apple.
Immediately after the end of the presentation in San Francisco, media representatives had the opportunity to get acquainted with the "apple" novelties. And, of course, everyone wanted to see in real life on the new iPhone 7, which got incredibly powerful camera and is now represented in several top colors. We offer a look at the overview videos authoritative publications firsthand and share the admiration of a new generation of flagship with them.
With the “Shot on iPhone” campaign showing huge billboards featuring iPhone images, it is no wonder that Apple has been spending quite a bit of R&D towards the image capture capabilities of the new iPhone. The keynote presentation was filled with camera verbiage – in fact, the Apple team specifically used such words as “bokeh” to describe the new dual lens design of the iPhone 7 Plus.
Bokeh, also known as “Boke” is one of the most popular subjects in photography. The reason why it is so popular, is because Bokeh makes photographs visually appealing, forcing us to focus our attention on a particular area of the image. The word comes from Japanese language, which literally translates as “blur”. [Source]
Apple's iPhone 7 sensor has been updated to a new 12 MP sensor which is supposedly 60% faster and 30% more energy efficient. Second, the flash unit right next to the camera has been also upgraded to be 50% brighter, thanks to the new Quad LED light, which is capable of compensating for the flickering when shot in artificial light indoors or outdoors. Third, there is now a more intelligent image processor, which allows for not only more overall throughput, but a much more enhanced way to capture images. Some powerful scanning of the scene takes place before capture, which not only does a better job at detecting objects and people, but also performs additional noise reduction, improved white balance and even compositing of multiple images.
I am looking forward to upgrading my iPhone 6 Plus to the new iPhone 7 Plus, primarily because of the above. The new camera features make it an appealing choice for taking pictures on the go, whenever I do not have a large camera with me, or I want to shoot something that the phone camera is good enough for…