The iPhone 11 price will start at $699
It’s got two cameras on the back with a square bump
The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro pack incredible cameras , and their pictures have already impressed us in our reviews and our camera tests in San The iPhone was paired with Moment's lens case and a variety of its add-on lenses and filters. A video tripod was also used to keep the footage smooth and
Can Katie's new iPhone 11 Pro replace her Nikon D610 during a professional photo shoot? The new iPhone takes phenomenal pictures and stunning, stabilized video but is it Join her as she reviews the pros and cons of 4 sample images and gives her thoughts on using the iPhone as a pro shooter.
The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro pack incredible cameras, and their pictures have already impressed us in our reviews and our camera tests in San Francisco and . I've even gone so far as to call the iPhone 11 Pro a DSLR replacement in some shots. But what about for video?
To find out if it can hold its own as a professional video tool, I challenged our sister brand,, to produce a video shot entirely on the iPhone 11 Pro. This wouldn't be some quick, rough vlog mind you -- Carfection has won numerous awards for its stunning cinematic style, incredible videography talent and high production value. I wanted to see how close the team could get to that same standard using just the iPhone.
iPhone 11's dual-camera system has an ultra-wide lens
Apple's iPhone 11 features a dual-camera system with 12MP wide and ultra-wide lenses. The 26 mm wide camera has an f/1.8 aperture and includes a six-element lens and optical image stabilization. The 13 mm ultra-wide, five-element lens features an f/2.4 aperture and a 120-degree field of view. Apple claims that together, they'll be useful for a wide range of use cases, from tight spaces to broad sweeping landscapes As for the camera setup's features, Night Mode will switch on automatically when it's dark enough. The iPhone 11 also has a new portrait effect called High Key Mono.
The iPhone 11 Pro camera upgrades are excellent. It does include a USB-C to Lightning cable, along with a highly anticipated high-wattage charger to replace the sluggish five-watt brick included The iPhone 11 Pro is not a smartphone for professionals , no matter who says it . What it is, a fast
The confusingly named iPhone 11 replaces the iPhone XR and, pound for pound, it blows the So yes, in most areas the iPhone 11 Pro is slightly better than the iPhone 11 but it is not this much The iPhone 11 Pro is undoubtedly a superior phone to the iPhone 11 , but the big questions are 1. By
Carfection accepted the challenge and on a cold, misty morning in the heart of the New Forest National Park in southern England, I met Carfection producers Charlie Rose, George Peck and Drew Stearne, who would be presenting on camera. Our subject was a Ford Mustang Bullitt; a forest-green V8-powered burly muscle car. You can see the video below:
After filming wrapped up, I caught up with Rose to discuss what he thought of the shooting process and how they achieved the finished result. Note that Rose's responses are edited for length and clarity.
Overall, how did you find the phone?It was impressive. It's the first time I've had my hands on the iPhone 11 Pro and it's the first time I've tried to do something so in-depth on a phone of any kind. The three cameras gave a lot of versatility.
iPhone 11 camera can take slow motion selfie videos
'Slofies' are now a thing.
The iPhone 11 Pro is supposed to add an extra four hours to last year’s iPhone XS battery claims, though I have not yet been The extended battery life on the iPhone 11 Pro Max is still not enough to convince me to buy a chonky phone. If I had to choose between all three new iPhones , and budget
iPhone 11 Pro . Triple- camera system with Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto. Night mode. Think of video as a series of frames. Thanks to incredibly fast camera sensors, iPhone 11 Pro is able to produce 120 frames per second, alternating between standard Why Apple is the best place to buy.
It was tricky at times because I'm not used to shooting with something so small; I usually use something much bigger -- DSLRs like our Panasonic GH5 or even bigger cameras like our Sony FS7. We often use well over £20,000 of equipment [the equivalent of around $26,000 or AU$37,000] on a shoot.
What other hardware did you use?We used lenses by, as well as some of Moment's filters that just screw onto the front with an adapter. We also used our same sliders, tripods and stabilizing gimbals we usually use, all of which allowed us to recreate the same cinematic maneuvers we'd perform with our normal gear.
I had to make a little rig to center the lens on the tripod -- it's always more difficult if you're shooting and your lens is off-center. But my little rig positioned the lens directly above the tripod. We weren't recording sound through the phone, so we had a separate microphone and audio recorder.
The iPhone 11 price will start at $699
It’s got two cameras on the back with a square bump
While the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max (left and top) have three 12-megapixel cameras , the iPhone 11 (right) has only two. I've found iPhone photos to be really good for years, but not always as good as what a pro camera could deliver. On the other hand, iPhone video has become so excellent that it
iPhone 11 Pro vs. Galaxy S10: Cameras . Both the iPhone and the Galaxy have a trio of rear-facing lenses: a wide, ultra-wide and telephoto lens for We'll test the iPhone 's cameras again when Deep Fusion rolls out in a software update later this fall. Those improvements will only widen the disparity
What was the biggest problem you found with the hardware?We had some usability issues with the camera app on the phone. I'm used to having buttons for everything or a big focus wheel to move the focus point. On the iPhone it's just a big touchscreen and it does get fiddly changing everything by tapping on a small icon on a screen. That's particularly difficult when we were shooting at a low angle and it's difficult to see the screen.
We tried using a second iPhone [an iPhone XS Max ] as a second display for monitoring, using Filmic's companion app. It mirrors the feed from the app on the main phone. But there was a big delay between the two phones , which made it very difficult to use.
How did you find working with the Filmic Pro software on the iPhone?Overall it's impressive. The fact that on an iPhone, you can change up all your shooting settings -- ISO, white balance, shutter speed, manual focussing -- is amazing. I never would have expected to be able to do that kind of stuff on a phone. But it is fiddly to use.
How the iPhone 11 compares to the best Android devices
iPhone 11 vs. Galaxy Note 10 vs. Pixel 3 vs. OnePlus 7 Pro
The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max internals are nearly identical, touting an A13 The 11 and the Pros also mostly come with the same camera software. Smart HDR is better on all of Lastly, Apple is trying to make “slofies” a thing, a new slow motion video feature available via the iPhone 11
The iPhone 11 Pro amps that up with a new shade of gold, which has been an official phone-approved option for a while now, and an entirely There's a new ultra wide camera in town and the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have it . But, really, all the cameras here are new in one way or another.
We also had a few stability problems, which were frustrating. We had to use the second screen app several times as we were shooting at angles where we simply couldn't reach in and change settings on the main phone. But every time we tried to change the ISO, the app would crash on the main iPhone. When we restarted the app, only some of the settings would stay the same, but others -- including white balance -- had changed. That happened about six times.
If you forget to change those settings back to what you need, it'll really mess up your footage. On some shoots we have a really limited amount of time with the cars -- sometimes only a few hours -- so if we have errors like this that delay our filming, it's a real problem.
After seeing footage from the phone, how do you think it compares with what you'd normally get?I'm a bit divided over the footage. In great lighting, like the daylight we had for much of the morning, it looked amazing. You wouldn't be able to tell that it was shot on an iPhone.
iPad Pro leak suggests tablet photography just won’t die
One notable omission from last week's iPhone launch event was a new iPad Pro, but now we have some idea of what to expect from Apple's latest pro-level tablet. The blog of frequent Apple leaker Sonny Dickson shared what they claim is a "final design" mockup of the new 11-inch iPad Pro. As you can see, much like the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, the tablet features three main cameras. The mockup doesn't include the glass cover that's found on the iPhone 11 Pro. The website says it's not sure whether the missing cover is an omission by the mockup designer, or if it's an indication of the iPad Pro's final design.
The iPhone 11 - the successor to the iPhone XR - has gone from secondary handset to firmly taking the limelight. That display is bright enough and responds well under the finger, with bright sunlight performance good and the overall movie and video streaming playback strong - although not in the
The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max now get three camera lenses, which allow users to zoom in on iPhone 11 Pro gets 4 hours more battery life and the iPhone 11 Pro Max gets 5 hours more battery Some even chose to drop their devices into coolers with ice to lower their temperature enough to get
The car-to-car footage [where the Mustang is driving behind our crew car, being filmed], for example; the dynamic range is incredible, considering it's from a phone camera. But as soon as we started getting closer on some of the details, the noise in the shadows from the processing became more noticeable.
You also don't get the same depth of field you'd be able to achieve with a big image sensor. That's a big giveaway that what you're looking at is shot on an iPhone. It's difficult to get that cinematic look.
Would you ever expect to use the iPhone 11 Pro in your professional workflow?At the moment I can't see us using it regularly on a shoot. I see it as a potential fallback if you had major equipment failures. It definitely can't replace our higher-end cameras with bigger sensors. But I'm not sure that'll ever be the case with a phone unless they introduced a huge sensor that gave that depth of field for video.
I see it as a camera that I would 100% use in those emergency situations where all the gear is packed away and there's just one last shot we need to get and time is against us. I'd totally use the iPhone to grab that final shot and I wouldn't have an issue about using that in the final film.
It's been fun to try it out and I think a lot of people will watch it on a smaller screen anyway, so they won't see those fine details and won't notice that it was shot on a phone. Also, the fact I've been able to process the footage, reducing the noise and stabilizing some of the shots, also helps a lot.
I think it is a success from my point of view, but we'll have to wait and see what the comments are like and whether people can tell -- or even care -- that it's been shot on a phone.
Apple's iPhone 11 battery case includes a dedicated camera button .
Apple has introduced new versions of its Smart Battery Cases for the latest iPhones, but this time there's a better reason to buy than just the extra longevity. Its newly-released cases for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max all include a dedicated camera button that can launch the Camera app, take a photo or (if you hold it) record video. The concept of a camera button on an iPhone case certainly isn't new, but this is anApple isn't too specific about the battery life claims for each case. Regardless of the iPhone you have, it's touting up to 50 percent longer battery life in a non-stop video playback test. Your experience is likely to vary if you're using more interested in other tasks.