iPhone X had only been released last month, and it has tides of excitement extremely high!
With all the new and fancy features, iPhone X is a step forward in the world of new technology, and it has all the other smartphone vendors on their toes.
But the smartphones are not the only thing it is threatening.
As always, Apple beautifully upgraded their camera in the iPhone X.
And the word for this upgrade is not an “improvement” but “revolutionary.”
In fact, the word on the road is that these cameras are going to make the DSLR cameras obsolete.
We will have to wait for a sure answer until November 3rd when it starts shipping. But here are a few reasons why that can be true:
The Famous: Portrait Mode
This is the best incentive for the selfie crazy people out there, which is pretty much everyone.
DSLR cameras have been known to drive people crazy for the picture quality.
They have been able to bring the subject to such a beautiful focus that made you love the photo.
This feature made them unique and very valuable.
This act has long been very tough to follow for the smartphones, until now.
Somehow Apple figured out a way to play with the shallow field-depth of the photo as DSLR cameras do.
And now with that quality, minus the bulkiness and inconvenience, who’s going to opt for DSLR over iPhone X?
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The Wide-Angle and Telephoto Cameras
As we already know that the new iPhones all have the dual lens system.
iPhone X has two 12 megapixel lenses that work together to give the beautiful blur effect.
Also, both of them are different kinds of lenses.
One of them is an f/1.8 six-element lens used to capture wide-angle photos while the other one is an f/2.4 seven-magnet lens used for taking telephoto shots.
Both of these cameras have optical image stabilization (OIS) which makes the photos crisp and clean whether they are taken from near or afar.
This provides the consumer what they have wanted for so long without all the hassle of the different lenses and the heavy camera body.
Who can say no to such a simple photo taking process?
The Special Feature: Portrait Lighting
No one loves anything more than they love convenience.
And just after that, they love photos with amazing lighting.
iPhone X gracefully merges the two making the photographers happier than ever.
Now with the portrait lighting feature, you can adjust the lighting of the photo for both the front and the rear camera.
And you can do it both before and after taking the photo.
Portrait lighting is a genius with the shadows on people’s face or striking light on the folds in the clothes making them look dimensional.
So, what do you think?
Would you prefer a heavy, bulky camera or a classy light phone to capture photos of the same caliber?