The iPhone X is that the newest flagship phone from Apple. It comes with twin optically stable 12MP rear cameras, a 7MP front-facing camera with ‘TrueDepth’ technology, artificial background blur and specialised lighting effects, DNG Raw file capture, and in fact is otherwise a extremely capable and very speedy mobile device.
And it ought to be, given the asking price: at AN MSRP of $999, the iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10, that i will admit i am still obtaining used to) is priced well more than several of its current competitors that conjointly go with a stress on photographic artistry.
As with with reference to each trendy high-end smartphone, the results of the picture-taking method on the iPhone square measure the maximum amount regarding clever package tricks as they’re regarding the hardware. With the package and hardware combined, will the iPhone X really supply image quality such as alleged ‘real cameras?’ Is artificial background blur driving the ultimate nails into the interchangeable-lens camera coffin?
Of course, the solution is not all that easy, ANd depends an awful ton on the preferences of the user behind the lens. however let’s dive in and take a glance at what Apple’s latest smartphone shooter is capable of.
Key Photographic / Video Specifications
Dual 12MP sensors
28/56mm equivalent focal lengths
On-sensor phase detection
DNG Raw capture and manual control with 3rd party apps
4K video at 60 fps
1080p 120/240fps slow-motion video
7MP front-facing ‘TrueDepth’ camera with F2.2 aperture