Experiment: Apple iPhone 15 Pro’s 28mm and 35mm modes are just digital crops

Apple dedicated a few moments from its nearly 1-hour iPhone 15 presentation to the new Pro models’ custom 28mm and 35mm shooting modes. Technically, you get a cropped 28mm or 35mm portion from the native 24mm primary lens and you get it in the same 24MP resolution as the default 24mm images. Apple says that with the iPhone 15 Pro, “it’s like having seven pro lenses in your pocket”.

It’s a convenient feature for those who prefer a focal length narrower than 24mm. You tap the 1x mode in the camera to go to 28mm (1.2x) and once again to 35mm (1.5x). You can even make either the default…

​ Apple dedicated a few moments from its nearly 1-hour iPhone 15 presentation to the new Pro models’ custom 28mm and 35mm shooting modes. Technically, you get a cropped 28mm or 35mm portion from the native 24mm primary lens and you get it in the same 24MP resolution as the default 24mm images. Apple says that with the iPhone 15 Pro, “it’s like having seven pro lenses in your pocket”.

It’s a convenient feature for those who prefer a focal length narrower than 24mm. You tap the 1x mode in the camera to go to 28mm (1.2x) and once again to 35mm (1.5x). You can even make either the default…   Read More GSMArena.com – Latest articles 

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