From time to time, we see how mobile phone cameras evolve favourably and include new improvements that leave us speechless. National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson wanted to check out these improvements and used the new iPhone 5s to take pictures of a trip to Scotland. For him, the result has been very satisfactory as he defines the camera of the new iPhone as “very capable” to take quality photos.
National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson put his camera aside for a few days and worked on a new tool, his iPhone 5s. He took it to Scotland to do a report, and after taking about 4000 pictures , he called the camera of the new iPhone “very capable” . He explains that “the colour and development are quite good” and also calls the function of taking a panoramic photo “incredible”. This is how Jim Richardson talks about the quality of the images.
Personally, I think that the fact that a photographer from a prestigious nature magazine, such as National Geographic, uses the new iPhone 5s to complete his reportage with the snapshots taken, is of great benefit to Apple . In addition to showing the quality of the new camera on the terminal, praises its best features . On the other hand, we can see the video quality of the iPhone 5s in the Burberry parade, which was recorded with the new Apple terminal.
A clear example of a good built-in camera in a mobile phone is the one presented by the Nokia Lumia 1020, which allows us to capture images with a resolution of up to 41 megapixels . But will mobile phone cameras ever outperform digital cameras? We must wait a few years to be able to answer this question because we do not know how the industry of digital cameras will evolve in a few years, but if we continue on this path, perhaps one day we will be able to say yes. But until then, we can immortalize moments with a great quality thanks to the phones that currently reign in the market.
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