The Apple iPhone 11 is the 2019 offering in the Apple smartphone flagship lineup. There are 2 versions – a dual lens, iPhone 11 and a triple lens iPhone 11 Pro. While the phone itself is an incremental update, the camera on this smartphone just got a major update.
The iPhone 11 with 2 cameras has undergone a big change. Before we had a standard wide and a portrait lens. Portraits are now done with digital zoom and computational enlarging from the standard wide angle lens and Apple has added an Ultrawide, 13mm f/2.4 lens.
On the iPhone Pro, we get a triple camera setup much like we’ve seen on cameras such as the Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10, One Plus 7 Pro and other smartphones. Apple uses a 52mm portrait lens, a 26mm standard wide and a 13mm ultra wide-angle lens.
All three cameras as well as the selfie camera have 12 megapixel sensors and record 4k video at 24p, 30p and 60p. Welcome the new “slowfie” mode…
Photos and video looked fantastic in the keynote and I think Apple might just have the best ultrawide angle lens if the samples are any indication.
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