Today Apple introduced multiple new iPhone models, with the new Pro line serving as the clear standout from the event. Now that the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have officially been announced, the question is: should you buy one? Here we’re taking a look at the much talked-about triple-camera system for the iPhone 11 Pro, providing you with all of the details to help you decide if it’s worth a cop.
The iPhone 11 Pro’s triple-camera setup includes Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto cameras. The Ultra Wide camera lets you capture four times more scene, making it ideal for landscape photos. You can also take advantage of Night Mode thanks to the new Wide sensor with 100 percent Focus Pixels and advanced software. This reduces noise and ensures your pictures are brighter with natural colors.
In Portrait Mode you can choose between Wide and Telephoto framing. The wider field of view is perfect for taking portraits of groups of people. Additionally, the Telephoto camera with a larger ƒ/2.0 aperture captures 40 percent more light in comparison to the iPhone Xs.
The triple-camera system for the iPhone 11 Pro alleviates much of the work for you, as Smart HDR automatically recognizes subjects in the frame and relights for a more natural-looking image. A new tool called Deep Fusion is coming to the device this fall. This feature processes photos pixel by pixel to optimize texture, details, and noise in every aspect of the image.
Selfie lovers can utilize the new 12MP TrueDepth camera with a wider field of view to capture selfies like never before, while also recording 4K video at up to 60 fps and 120 fps slo-mo. Furthermore, each camera in the triple system records 4K video with extended dynamic range and cinematic video stabilization. Audio Zoom then matches the audio to the video framing to give you a more dynamic sound. You can also rotate, crop, increase exposure, and apply filters to videos instantly.
Because the iPhone 11 Pro is outfitted with an all-new camera setup, it also welcomes a redesigned camera interface, allowing you to see and capture the area outside of the frame. You can conveniently record video without exiting Photo mode as well.
Apple has seemingly improved the iPhone’s camera in multiple facets. With the iPhone 11 Pro starting at $999 and iPhone 11 Pro Max at $1,099, is it worth it? That’s for you to decide. The all-new iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are available for order beginning September 13.