Saturday, November 9, 2013

Difference Between iPhone Camera And Other Mobile Phone Camera

iPhone Camera
Apple is heavily promoting its new improved camera as a primary feature of the iPhone. With greater megapixels, a sharper and faster lens, and illumination sensor, the popular technology company is hoping consumers will now turn to the iPhone for their primary photography needs, as well as everything else.
One of the most appealing features of iPhone cameras is the ability to apply filters to your photos with apps. Many of these apps create the look of old antique film cameras.

The iPhone image files gives up a 22.9 megabytes about the size of many recent point-and-shoot camera files. Image corrections in software like Photoshop are still limited at this size, so accurate exposure and colour at the time the image is captured is important.

The phones optics will result in a noticeably sharper image that gives better tonal range. Shadow details and even highlight definition is totally different from other mobile phone cameras.

The iPhone battery drains quickly during a long time camera usage. Actual numbers will vary depending on how often your screen is on, and what else is active on your phone.

Camera operations can be improved by adding two new features. By touching the central subject area on the screen such as face, you can lock both the focus and exposure until you take a picture, so that you can recompose the frame. However, the lock will be released after shooting the first photo.

On the side of the phone Apple has added additional shutter releases to the volume buttons which is easier than screen touching. You can shoot only one exposure at a time.

Overall, the iPhone camera produces images as good in quality and is simple, user-friendly and fully automated. When you add in options for post processing techniques and filters and with the growing library of apps, you have a product not just for consumers but it is also for a professional who is looking to shoot inconspicuously and quickly.

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