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The Triple-Camera Layout Of iPhone 11 Is Funny But Super Powerful Too

The new three-camera layout introduced by Apple via its iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max may look funny – this is how Twitter reacted – but it is too powerful. You can joke all you want about it, but at the end of the day, it is a beast that can really enhance your photography skills.

The three-camera design comes with an ultra-wide lens that can allow you to capture more of what is in front of your frame. This makes it perfect for use in the moments when you can no longer back up anymore for taking a picture. The next stop includes a wide lens, and the final stop is at the Telephoto camera that can allow users to zoom in twice further than ever before.

However, the real magic happens when you combine the data obtained from all of the three sensors. You can not only take much better low-light shots but can also create professional-grade cinematic videos without breaking a sweat. Each camera lens is capable of recording 4K video at 60 fps. The latest iOS 13 software also brings a plethora of new tools that can make it easier for the user to switch between the footage captured by each sensor.

The triple-camera layout also enhances portraits significantly. You can opt between telephoto or wide framing while you are taking pictures and even create a larger field of view. Furthermore, the telephoto camera comes with an aperture that enables 40% more light, thus providing you with images that are richer. The high dynamic range (HDR) has also seen some great improvements with the Smart HDR. The features rely on machine learning for identification of subjects in a frame and then relights them for a more natural-looking picture that possesses a deeper level of detail.

The True Tone flash has also been made 30% brighter whereas Deep Fusion will be introduced later this fall and is a processing system that has been made possible thanks to the A13 Bionic chip. Deep Fusion can process a picture pixel by pixel for the sake of optimization of texture and details while taking out noise from every photo.

So, before you judge a book by its cover; we suggest that you check just how amazing pictures and videos it can capture!