What’s Behind The Iphone 11 Camera?


On September 20, iPhone 11 was officially released which is good news for anyone who wants to get the latest iPhone from Apple.

The price of the iPhone 11 is very impressive in the US. Where it starts at $ 699 for this 64GB storage model, which seems to have decreased by $ 50 above the iPhone XR. And this is extraordinary for Apple. In other regions, the iPhone 11 is still lower than the XR, but the savings aren’t that great. The 64GB iPhone 11 model will get you to return £ 729 in the UK and AU $ 1,199 in Australia. Savings of £ 20 and AU $ 30 over XR, respectively.

There are various storage options to use with the 64GB model mentioned above which are combined with 128GB ($ 749, £ 779, AU $ 1,279) and 256GB version ($ 849, £ 879, AU $ 1,449). (https://www.techradar.com)

What About The Camera?

Apple embed the latest technology into the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro in the form of the latest camera system. Some systems are applied to the two newer iPhone cameras. Two cameras on the iPhone 11 and three cameras on the iPhone 11 Pro. Everything is stored in a square shape on the top left of the cellphone. All cameras have different tasks, which can be used in a variety of different photo modes.

The main camera has a size of 12MP with a 26mm f / 1.8 lens equipped with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). This main camera has a Night mode feature. That is expected to be a competitor to Google Pixel Night Sight for photos in low light conditions. Apple also claims to have improved image processing capabilities to be able to display more details in each photo produced.

12MP ultra wide camera that uses a 13mm f / 2.4 lens with a field of view of 120 degrees. Apple took a different step on its latest iPhone. Which left the portrait lens and pinned the camera with a wide lens. The use of this wide lens certainly makes the iPhone 11 users can produce a different perspective on the photos they take. The viewfinder in the camera application will display the two images generated from these two different cameras. Which will make it easier for users to determine the choice of the camera you want to use.

On the front of the camera has the same size of 12MP with TrueDepth which can record slow motion video and video with a resolution of 4K 60fps. This selfie camera can record wide angle images when used in landscape position, and the camera can also be used to record slow motion video.

How Does Night Mode Work?


The Apple version lightens photos and reduces image noise and does all of this automatically. The way it works is when you open the default camera application. The iPhone will determine when it is dark enough to enter Night Mode. At present, there is no manual way to trigger mode.Night Mode uses adaptive brackets and takes a series of photos, some with longer shutter speeds with shorter ones. The iPhone then combines all the photos to reduce motion blur and brighten the shadow. It will take around 3-5 seconds to aim at night mode in your hand. When the iPhone is on a tripod it takes about 10 seconds and can even override it manually for 28 seconds Night Mode shooting.

Ultrawide Angle Camera


The latest camera from the iPhone has a 13mm ultrawide equivalent lens which is great for use. If a wide camera like a business suit and a “telephoto” lens like a sporty blazer, then an ultrawide is equivalent to a Hawaiian shirt. Obviously different and really change the way you shoot. This won’t be the lens of your choice in every situation, but it can be an equally useful part, like when shooting in a smaller, and artistic space, adding drama to worldly scenes.Apple balances the distortion so that there is little (you want for an ultrawide display) but it’s not terrible. I soon found an angle on my subject that made it look bigger than life. Best of all, you can use an ultrawide lens when recording video. In fact, during recording you can switch between cameras. Apple even put a cool zoom effect for transitions between lenses.

This lens can produce stunning shots. The Ultrawide camera is a new trend in camera phones. Apple promises some additional benefits here. The iPhone 11 gets an enhanced ultrawide-angle portrait mode that can work with close-ups of your pet and other things. All phones have an expanded viewfinder that now preview what is outside of the photo, which can help you know when to use an ultrawide lens.

Smart HDR


At the launch of the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, there is news that Deep Fusion will be released but it won’t really come to the device for a while. Meanwhile, the latest iPhone has the next generation Smart HDR. This results in an overall balanced picture. If you find things to be a little overboard, you can control HDR yourself by turning off Smart HDR in the main menu, but most iPhones seem to improve things.

In everyday use the main camera presents impressive performance with high-level details and bright colors. Super-wide angles produce very similar performance, and even if you are not skilled enough when shooting in low light thanks to a narrower aperture, where the light level is very good.

Even more impressive is the consistency in color, tone, and dynamic range between the two lenses. In general, on most other smart phones that have super wide angle lenses, the quality cannot be matched by a main sensor. Too bad this iphone doesn’t have telephoto zoom. Digital zoom is available but it’s best to avoid it unless you really want to approach the subject and you can’t do it physically.

More Stabilized Video


The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro have done better, but wide cameras are still found to be slightly smoother than the ultrawide ones. Videos don’t use Night Mode, but videos do look better in darker rooms. However, videos in very dark places are darker than photos (even without Night Mode). This will be very liked by a filmmaker on a smartphone.

The Wider Selfie Cam


A wider front-facing camera is welcomed. This can digitally zoom in or out to accommodate a wider display that includes more people and backgrounds. A 12-megapixel front-facing camera looks better, but you need to be artsy with a wider camera.

Regardless of what you call this slow-mo video (some people don’t come down with the name “slofies”) or whether you continue to use a trusted iPhone 7 and slow down your selfies the old fashioned way, this new trend gives you a new way to take photos.

Overall, from the side of the camera, if you don’t think you will need a 2x lens, there is no great benefit to using the more expensive 11 Pro which is definitely a matter of consideration for you. It accumulates impressively against other smartphones on the market for picture quality too but lacks the flexibility of the manual mode that many other models offer.


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