Camera Details of the iPhone 11 Series

Apple apparently has fulfilled its promise to release its latest series, the iPhone 11 Series. The release of the iPhone which was conducted early this morning (11/9) revealed three versions of the iPhone, including the iPhone 11, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max.

Although previously rumors circulated that the iPhone will no longer hold the title of Max, but now the title is back pinned. Although still followed by the ‘Pro’ before.

“The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are the most powerful and sophisticated smartphones we have ever made. They are packed with advanced technology that professionals can rely on to get the job done, and for anyone who wants the best devices made, even if they aren’t pros, “said Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.

iPhone 11
In its release, the iPhone 11 version is equipped with 2 cameras, each 12MP. The first camera has a 12MP resolution measuring 26mm lens with f 1.8.

The standard iPhone camera has been upgraded with ‘Night Mode’ which should be able to compete with Night Sight on Google Pixel smartphones in terms of low light performance. Apple has also improved image processing to retain more highlights and details in each shot.

Both cameras are also 12MP resolution with a lens size of 13mm and f 2.4. There is something unique this time, Apple no longer chooses a portrait lens, but rather an ‘Ultra Wide Camera’. This allows users to take wider pictures.

iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max
The iPhone 11 Pro Series introduces a transformative three camera system with an all new Ultra Wide, Wide and Telephoto camera, integrated deeply into iOS to create a pro-level camera experience designed for everyone.

The camera embedded in the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max is equipped with three cameras, namely 12MP wide camera (f / 1.8), 12MP telephoto camera (f / 2.0) and 12MP ultra wide camera (f / 2.4).

Both phones are also equipped with the same camera features as the iPhone 11, including night mode and 4K video up to 60 fps.

For the first time, iPhone users can easily record videos without switching from Photo mode, via ‘QuickTake’ by holding down the shutter button to start recording.

The iPhone camera is also equipped with other features such as, the latest generation of Smart HDR, Deep Fusion, to the ‘TrueDepth’ camera.

That allows you to get photos that look more natural with excellent detail.

Have you decided which series to buy?
Don’t worry, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max with 64GB, 256GB and 512GB RAM are priced at $ 999 or around Rp14 million and $ 1,099, respectively.

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