The iPhone 11 uses a new two-camera system: wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle; while the Pro model uses three cameras: a wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle and tele-lens. Thanks to tight integration with iOS 13, it allows you to shoot the highest quality video and significantly extends the functionality available when taking photos.
In the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro it is very easy to switch between cameras, and the shift-zoom function compares the sound source with what you see in the frame, dimming extraneous noise. Also, the function of switching between cameras during zooming is very cool. The fact is that Apple has improved the switching algorithms, now during the zoom of the camera iPhone 11/Pro itself understands which lens to use. This feature will be useful for people who shoot video 24/7 on their handheld devices.
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Ultra-wide Angle Camera
The new ultra-wide-angle camera of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro fundamentally changes the possibilities of shooting: the lens captures four times more space, so you can easily take landscapes, architecture and take photos at close range.
Each pixel of the matrix of the new wide-angle camera supports Focus Pixels technology, on the basis of which the Night mode works. It turns on in low light and allows you to take vivid pictures with natural colors and low noise both outdoors and indoors.
The joint work of all cameras makes it possible to use the “Portrait” mode – now in this mode you can shoot not only people, but also pets and various objects.
Distracting yourself from the camera in the iPhone 11 is very difficult. The guys from Cupertino very cool pumped the cameras of our favorite devices in their latest device release. Only because of this can the iPhone be considered innovative, largely due to the fact that almost all the other features of the phone have remained roughly the same.