The iPhone 13 camera close-up mode is a hot topic among netizens.
On the 21st, a review video of iPhone 13 Pro was uploaded on YouTube channel ‘iJustine’. When introducing the close-up mode of the iPhone 13, the YouTuber showed the wall and his own pupils as examples, saying, “You can take clear photos and videos even at a focal length of 2cm.”
Netizens who saw the video commented, “The camera function has improved so much this time”, “I didn’t want to buy it, but suddenly I have a desire to buy it”. “If you take a picture of your face, it will even come out of your pores,” he commented.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 13 series cameras announced by Apple have a diagonal arrangement and upgraded hardware. The iPhone 13 adopts an f/1.6 brightness wide-angle lens and an f/2.4 brightness ultra-wide-angle lens and a 12-megapixel sensor to capture 47% more light than the previous iPhone in the same environment, improving low-light photography.
In addition, the sensor shift optical image stabilization function, previously applied only to the iPhone 12 Pro Max, has been adopted in all lineups.
In addition, for more professional video shooting, a cinematic mode using the ‘rack focus effect’ was introduced. When the mode is activated, the depth and focus are automatically changed according to the movement of the subject during video recording, and when the subject enters the frame or turns away from the camera, artificial intelligence automatically applies them.