iPhone 11 Specifications | Camera Features

iPhone 11 Specifications You Should Know About: Apples band of iPhones for 2019 are inclusively – iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. While iPhone 11 has a dual-camera setting with a 12MP Wide and Ultra Wide lens, Pro and Pro Max have an added camera in the formation of a 12MP telephoto lens.

iPhone 11 Specifications | Camera Specs In iPhone 11 Pro/Pro Max

Apple has given three camera sensors on the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max:

Ultra-Wide camera

  • f/2.4 aperture
  • 5-element lens
  • 120-degree field of view
  • 12MP sensor
  • 13mm focal length
  • 4x more scene

Wide Camera

  • f/1.8 aperture
  • 6-element lens
  • Optical image stabilization
  • New 12MP sensor
  • 26mm focal length
  • 100% focus pixels

Telephoto Camera

  • 52mm focal length
  • Larger f/2.0 aperture
  • 6-element lens
  • 12MP sensor
  • Visual image stabilization
  • 2x Optical zoom

 Some specifications In iPhone 11 Pro Max

  1. Ultra-wide shots

According to Apple, the latest Ultra-wide lens takes four times more scene in contrast to the primary lens. This effect is the first time; the firm has produced an ultra-wide lens which provides a 4x optical zoom.

  1. Night mode

Striving with the kinds of Google Pixel and Huawei, Apple has also included a Night Mode to capture low-light photographs. The iPhone-maker has joined the primary wide lens with exceptional software to provide less noisy photos, even in dark regions.

The Night Mode in the iPhone 11 group cannot be allowed manually. It only initiates when it senses there isn’t sufficient light in the scene. However, you get an alternative to impair the Night Mode once it starts.

  1. Quick Take

Quick Take is a new camera innovation in iPhone 11, Pro, and Pro Max that enables you to begin recording videos by pressing the shutter button in photo mode. You can resume recording by swiping right if you want to take a full-fledged video

  1. Wide-angle selfies

The 2019 iPhones’ camera automatically zooms out when you rotate it to the landscape mode.

  1. Slow-motion selfies

Yes, Apple is calling its slow-motion selfies ‘Slofies’ (quite an obnoxious term). On the iPhone 11 series, you can record slow-motion selfie videos at 120 fps using the 12MP TrueDepth front camera. This feature is already available in other flagship smartphones.

  1. Deep Fusion

Deep Fusion is a new image processing system that leverage advanced machine learning for pixel-by-pixel processing of photos.

Describing the process, Phil Schiller said that the 2019 iPhone’s camera takes four long exposure and four short exposure photos before you click the shutter button. When you hold the shutter, these eight images and a long exposure shot is combined to capture the best shot.

  1. 4K 60fps at extended dynamic range

Apple has said that its next-generation Smart HDR uses ahead algorithms to fine-tune photos by finessing highlights and revealing shadows. Now videos can be shot in 4K at 60 fps with extensive dynamic range and cinematic video stabilization.