“Unveiling” secret camera on iPhone 14 series: Apple’s strong breakthrough!

Not only upgraded hardware, iPhone 14 series also added many new photography features to enhance users’ photography.

At the Far Out event on September 8, Apple officially launched the iPhone 14 series. After the somewhat boring predecessor, the iPhone 14 released has many more outstanding upgrades that have been what iFan users have been waiting for for many years, and the camera is one of them.

Unlike previous generations, the improvements from this year’s iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max duo bring a lot of outstanding and interesting features. The upgrade from 48MP resolution and the size of the sensor on the iPhone 14 Pro duo has created a clear hierarchy between the two standard and high-end product lines.

The all-new 48MP main camera with an advanced quad-pixel sensor offers 4x the resolution, delivering impressive detail even when users crop (crop) photos. The iPhone 14 Pro / Pro Max duo has a sensor size 65% larger than the previous generation with an aperture of f/1.78, focal length of 24mm. Larger sensor maximizes light capture, shooting in low light conditions

The new quad-pixel sensor groups four small pixels together into one large pixel, which collects 4x more light and produces better photos at the actual 12MP size.

To optimize image detail, the sensor takes advantage of each individual pixel, providing more creative options for professional photography and editing. ProRAW shooting mode at 48MP resolution delivers sharper and less noisy images with unprecedented detail.

The 48MP image sensor allows Apple to add a new feature that has never been available before, which is a new 2x zoom mode.

This new telephoto uses 12 megapixels in the middle of the 48 megapixel sensor to provide full resolution photos and 4K video without digital zoom.

Although the resolution is not upgraded to 48MP, the ultra-wide-angle camera (12MP) has been upgraded with a new sensor with a pixel size of 1.4 micrometers, giving the ability to take dark photos three times better than the old generation. The telephoto camera of the device is still 12 megapixels, but the ability to capture light is also twice better than that of the iPhone 13 Pro/Pro Max

The photography capabilities of the iPhone 14 series are also improved with Photonic Engine technology. Closely combining hardware and software, Photonic Engine technology (upgraded from the previous Deep Fusion) will deliver outstanding detail, better color reproduction, and ensure better photography in poor conditions. low light

In terms of video, Apple brings a new Acion mode on both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. The mode provides extreme stability for super-smooth quality footage, even when running or skating

In addition, Cinematic Mode has been upgraded – allowing shooting at 4K/30 FPS. The iPhone 14 Pro duo are also the only smartphones in the world that let you shoot, view, edit and share in ProRes or Dolby Vision HDR.

iPhone 14 marks the first time that the two standard versions have many differences with the Pro duo. Accordingly, this year’s iPhone 14 and 14 Plus duo are only upgraded in software and a little in hardware

Specifically, the main camera of the device will have a larger sensor size of 1.9um and a larger aperture of up to f/1.5, with 1st generation sensor stabilization, OIS. 49% better low-light performance and 2x faster night shooting speed

The standard iPhone 14 duo is also equipped with Photonic Engine technology like the 2 Pro variants, which improves the ability to take better photos.

All four iPhone 14 models have a 12 MP TrueDepth front camera with f/1.9 aperture, which helps to take 38% better low-light photos and supports Auto Focus and Photonic Engine technology. These upgrades make selfies or video calls even better, especially in low light






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