Apple iPhone 7 Plus Camera’s Stunning Low-Light Performance: Photos

iPhone lovers, this article is for you. One thing that has captured everyone’s attention the most on the Apple iPhone 7 Plus is the dual camera. While a lot of other companies too have phones with dual rear cameras, but Apple is doing it differently. Apple’s Shot on iPhone ad campaign is one among them. Apple is touting the vivid colors the phone can capture.

Apple is touting the vivid colors the phone can capture. While the iPhone 7 was on a ride globally last year, the results were nothing short of phenomenal. Apple’s Shot on iPhone ad campaign is a kind of a celebration of the iPhone’s camera expertise. It is an open secret that Apple works with professional photographers, around the world, to show off what its new iPhones can do with regard to camera capabilities.

It is an open secret that Apple works with professional photographers, around the world, to show off what its new iPhones can do with regard to camera capabilities. Thus, Apple asked many photographers around the world, from Shangai to South Africa, to capture some photos. According to the company, On November 5, 2016, they all grabbed an iPhone 7, their accessories and captured some great shots. Those captured pictures were displayed as

According to the company, On November 5, 2016, they all grabbed an iPhone 7, their accessories and captured some great shots. Those captured pictures were displayed as Hoardings at various locations around the world. The campaign has also gone live in India across Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore. During the campaign in India, Apple believed of focusing on the low light photographic capabilities of

Stunning Low-Light Photos Taken By iPhone 7 Plus-7

During the campaign in India, Apple believed of focusing on the low light photographic capabilities of the iPhone 7 Plus. After the campaign, the company claims that F/1.8 aperture is a large aperture and allows up to 50% more light onto the camera sensor than iPhone 6s, enhancing the camera’s ability to take low-light photos.

The iPhone 7 Plus has a wide angle lens and a 56mm equivalent telephoto lens at the rear. So when you shoot you have the option to click the 2X button and jump to zoom in a jiffy. Up to 2X is optical zoom and the rest is digital. The zoom works across photo modes like panorama and square. The zoom is, however, limited to 6x when you are shooting video.

You can zoom in on slow-motion too.

These photos give a good idea of “what vibrant colors and details can do to an image?”

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The iPhone 7 Plus with its twin cameras can take pretty impressive photos with shallow depth of field, or bokeh.

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