Apple’s got a jazzed-up new camera integrated into its latest flagship iPhone 5S, which packs a bigger sensor, larger aperture, and other snazzy camera features. A sample gallery of iPhone 5S photos arrived on Apple’s Web site Tuesday, giving consumers a better idea of what to expect out of the device’s photographic capabilities. In this photo, we see an impressive flower in bloom, a picture that’s quite improved in comparison to this similar iPhone 5 sample photo.
During Tuesday’s iPhone event in Cupertino, Calif., Apple Marketing SVP Phil Schiller referred to the iPhone 5S’ camera as "dSLR-level stuff." However, upon closer examination at full resolution, CNET Senior Editor of Digital Imaging Lori Grunin thinks that even though this flower shot is ISO 32, “it has a lot of processing artifacts in it that you wouldn't see at an ISO sensitivity that low on a dSLR. The sky looks especially yucky.”
September 10, 2013 12:37 PM PDT
Photo by: Apple
| Caption by: Christopher MacManus
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