There’s a lot of cold new stuff packaged into a Apple iPhone 7. It can hoop a drop in a pool. It has a large vanquish on wireless headphones. And damn though those dual shades of black are gorgeous. But a camera is by distant a many critical feature. Apple‘s flattering certain it has built a ultimate Instagram and Snapchat machine, and even has a sights on pro shooters.
The iPhone 7 and a bigger kin a iPhone 7 Plus underline some large camera upgrades, but a 7 Plus is quite remarkable. Apple touts it as the one to use for low-light photography, and even made an ad, called “Midnight,” about a kid’s all-night photoshoot of extraordinary scenes. The specs are top-notch: dual lenses with 28 and 56mm focal lengths, an f/1.8 aperture, visual picture stabilization, and an even brighter flash. Everything comes together to make improved shots in underneath all conditions, some of that would make a iPhone 6 warp down.
How most improved is it? We did a small late-night travel photography in San Francisco with an iPhone 7 Plus to find out.
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