You love a good selfie. We do too. This is what you get...
12MP Rear Camera
The main camera has a 12-megapixel lens with an impressive aperture of ƒ/2.2.
5MP Selfie Camera
The front-facing camera has a 5-megapixels front-facing camera also known as a selfie camera.
Burst mode is dedicated to capturing even the smallest or quickest of moments, especially in sport or action photos. The camera lets you capture images at a rate of 10 frames-per-second (fps) by tapping and holding the camera button.
View time with a new perspective. Time lapse lets you capture an entire day into just a few minutes! Take a time lapse of the sunrise or of the ocean waves rolling upon the shore. You can choose how many frames per second you want, allowing you to control the speed of the time lapse.
Capture those often fast, unseen moments with the slow motion feature. You can shoot up to 240 frames per second, so now you can slow-mo that video of you popping a water balloon, doing a move on your skateboard or surprising a friend for her birthday.
The camera has up to 5x digital zoom. Digital zoom trims the edges of the photo and frames the centre of the image. With the 6S, you can zoom in up to 5x the original photo.
The 6S Plus can record video up to 4K at 30 frames-per-second (fps). The main benefit of 4K video is you get much smoother, sharper and clearer content that’s just beautiful to look at. The iPhone 6S Plus’ video also gives you extra features like time lapse which condenses an entire day into a few seconds, and slow motion to catch every detail of that action shot.
This feature debuted in the 6S and 6S Plus - this means you’re a game changer! The entire display is activated as a front-facing flash. Selfies are better lit and so are night shots.
True Tone Flash
True Tone Flash is dedicated to correcting colour in photos when the flash is used. True Tone uses two LEDs - one white and one amber - which help skin tone and hair colour reflect more realistic colours.
The camera has auto-focus, which means you as soon as you hold up your camera to your subject, the lens will automatically focus.