IPhone 13 cameras: portrait video could arrive on Apple’s next iPhone
There have been a lot of Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman said the iPhone 13 could get at least . This includes the possible addition of an updated filter system to improve the look and color of your image, a new way to record higher quality video called ProRes video and portrait mode., should be , but the latest buzz from
theimpressed us with the quality of its camera, capable of taking with its multiple lens configuration. His is also a big plus, just like the new which allows professional shooters more flexibility to edit images in applications such as Adobe Lightroom. Even the cheapest base can take great photos and shows Apple’s commitment to providing excellent imaging capabilities across its range.
Read on to find out everything we’ve heard so far about the iPhone 13’s cameras. And we’ve also gathered rumors about the, , , and how could that . In addition, here is our features and specifications.
IPhone 13 could have ProRes and Portrait mode for video
The iPhone 13 could feature at least recent report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple’s latest iPhone could offer the video version of Portrait mode, a higher-quality option for recording video called ProRes, and a new filter system to improve the appearance and color of images.. According to a
Portrait mode was originally released with the iPhone 7 Plus in 2016 just for taking photos. But, if Gurman’s speculation is true, you will soon be able to record videos with a bokeh effect behind your main subject.
For ProRes rumors for the video, Gurman speculates that its availability may be similar to howis exclusive to high-end iPhone 12 models. If so, ProRes might only be available for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Improved wide angle
The biggest rumor at the moment is an improvement to the super wide angle lens. At the moment, the super wide aperture on the iPhone 12 is f2.4, but a report seen by MacRumors suggests that the aperture will be f1.8 on the next model. The smaller the aperture number, the more light the lens lets in, resulting in more beautiful images, especially in low light. The report also suggests that this upgrade will be common to all iPhone 13 models, not just the more expensive Pro line.
Night mode already looks great on the iPhone 12 with its regular lens, but as we found out in, the iPhone 12 Pro Max does not do well at taking very wide night shots. Hopefully this boost would allow this broad goal to keep pace with the others.
12 Pro Max specs on cheaper phones
The above report also suggested that some of the specs of the current high-end iPhone 12 Pro Max would move down the range over the regular iPhone 13 and Pro. In particular, the 2.5x longer telephoto zoom.
It is also possible that the lidar function for improved depth detection – currently only available on 12 Pro models – will be available on the entire iPhone 13 range.
A bigger camera bump
Diagrams seen by MacRumors suggest that the camera “bump” surrounding the current iPhone 12 lineup lenses will be thicker. This would allow the lenses to sit flush with the surface, rather than protruding like they currently do. While this may be purely for aesthetic reasons, it may be in part to allow the wider aperture and stabilization of sensor displacement that can be added to the super-wide lens.
The diagrams also suggest that the size increase will be common to the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, which may indicate that both phones will have an identical camera setup, providing optimal photographic performance regardless of the camera. size you choose. It would be a welcome change for photographers – myself included – who want the best possible picture quality, but prefer to have a smaller phone in their pocket.
A more recent leak showed renderings of the four iPhone 13 models with slight differences in the configuration of the camera. The photo, shared on Twitter by leaker Sonny Dickson, suggests that the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini could have its two lenses located diagonally, rather than one above the other.
No big surprises
There are currently no credible rumors that speak of drastic changes to the camera, so it’s safe to assume that the overall triple-lens setup will stay roughly the same. It’s not really surprising; Apple has just fine-tuned its telephoto lens on the 12 Pro Max, so it’s unlikely to replace it right away with, say, a 10x zoom (despitekick iPhone ass while zooming). That said, an early rumor suggested we might see a longer “periscope zoom” on the iPhone, but that might not, if at all, show up until 2022.
But we’ll keep an eye out for the rumor mill and update this article with the most credible reports as they arise.