The iPhone 11 Pro’s camera has a triple-lens camera system with new and unique features that no other smartphone camera has. Let’s take a look at what you get...
The 12-megapixel triple-lens camera makes use of three incredible lenses: an ultra-wide lens with ƒ/2.4 aperture and 120° field of view, a wide lens with ƒ/1.8 aperture and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens. Because of the added telephoto lens, your photos get 40% more light and a larger f/2.0 aperture.
The triple-lens camera system takes nine photos in split seconds before, during and after you’ve actually tapped the shutter button. The device’s neural engine then analyses the images and finishes by providing the best version using various light sources, colours, and angles. Deep Fusion is described as “computational photography mad science” and we love it!
12MP Selfie Camera
This is a feature we can all be excited about. The iPhone 11, 11 Pro and Pro Max have upgraded the front-facing camera from 7 megapixels to 12 megapixels! Your selfies are clearer, with more detail to show off your beautiful face.
Yes, you read that correctly. It’s slow-motion selfie videos! Your followers on Instagram are about to get even more envious.
This is where smartphones meet easy-to-use professional photography. When you shoot in Portrait Mode, your subject is made the focus, with the background blurred. This feature is also known as the “bokeh effect”.
Portrait Mode has some game-changing lighting options that could turn even the most amateur photographer into Kevin Carter (an award-winning South African photographer). Go from natural light to studio to stage to contour to high-key monochromatic.
Tone Mapping is smart. The camera analyses a photo and picks up the areas with a lot of colour, texture and light and highlights these features to improve your photo.
Apple worked really hard on improving your night shots using the iPhone 11 Pro. Motion and blur are reduced so that your evening shots are of a better quality. The photos prove to be a large step-up from the previous model. In fact, the feature activates automatically when your camera detects low-light rooms or evening time.
Optical & Digital Zoom
The camera also gives you 2x optical zoom which works the same way as a zoom lens on a traditional or DSLR camera. Optical zoom is much better than digital zoom at taking photos from far away as it does not degrade image quality. The model also includes a jaw-dropping 10x digital zoom - something no other smartphone has.
The iPhone 11 Pro has new video editing features that weren’t around in previous models. You can shoot between 720p HD at 30 fps all the way up to 4K at 60 fps. That’s pretty amazing! The main benefit of 4K at 60 fps (frames per second)! video is you get much smoother, sharper and clearer video that’s just beautiful to look at. The new iOS 13 comes with new apps that allow filmmakers to record multiple people at one time using the three unique cameras.
Isn’t it annoying when you take a beautiful photo with the flash, only to find everyone has beady red eyes? The won’t have that problem with the improved red-eye correction feature.