Monday 12 September 2016

iPhone 7 Plus camera samples released online and the results are stunning

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were launched on Wednesday last week. A lot has been said about the enhanced photo abilities of these new smartphones. The iPhone 7 Plus boasts of a completely new dual-camera system that incorporates a 12-megapixsel telephoto lens, which Apple says is capable of stunning performance.
The iPhone 7 Plus launched with a completely new dual-camera system set up on its 12MP sensor. It has a wide-angle ƒ/1.8 aperture, and a telephoto ƒ/2.8 aperture, both of which fire at the same time and is capable of stunning performance, says Apple. The camera has 2x optical zoom and up to 10x digital zoom.
However, it is difficult to confirm the claims of Apple regarding its new dual-camera system, as the shipments are only scheduled to begin this Friday.
But, thanks to Sports Illustrated magazine, we get to see some iPhone 7 Plus camera samples from the Titans-Vikings NFL game that would help to prove the capabilities of the new dual-camera unit available on the new device.
Professional photographer David E Klutho was given the task of clicking pictures using the handset at the Tennessee Titans versus Minnesota Vikings American Football game on Sunday, September 11.
The iPhone 7 Plus’ dual-camera system is able to take high quality photos with unbelievable detail even when zooming in from a distance besides taking vibrant photographs. The images are crisp, the details in the images have been preserved, and everything is in focus. According to the sources, no edits have been made to the images clicked.

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