We all know that the camera of iPhones has evolved significantly since its original launch in 2007. Undoubtedly, we owe the first model a total transformation in the world of photography and the devices we do not use.
To kill our curiosity, the folks at The verge published a series of images comparing the same picture taken with an original iPhone and an iPhone 7 Plus. The results are really impressive.
Check out an example:
Photo taken with an original iPhone
Photo taken with an iPhone 7 Plus
Among the many new features brought by the iPhone 7, there are improvements made to its cameras, both the front and the rear. Considered on many sites to be the ?best new adventure camera of the year,? the iPhone 7 has shown excellent results in a number of recent tests.
Best New Adventure Camera – iPhone 7 Plus.Outside https://t.co/ylzrV23O1O
– Philip Schiller (@pschiller) September 14, 2016
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The adventure sports website / magazine Outside published a very interesting assessment of the new models and pointed out that the shadows and colors in the new cameras are much more accurate and vivid. The gallery has 17 images which can be viewed at the link above.
The new iPhones 7 and 7 Plus won't replace your DSLR camera or mirrorless: These devices continue to perform better and will be needed if you wish to have your photo featured in our magazine. However, the 7 is a consistent improvement of the 6s and an excellent camera to have in your pocket.
Next Friday, dozens of happy buyers from these new iGadgets will receive your new gadgets and thousands of photos will permeate social networks.
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There are some special cases of lucky professionals who get early access to new devices, like the photographer Austin Mann, who has been doing very thorough reviews of the iPhones camera in lush locations (such as Iceland and Patagnia) since model 6. He tested the new model in partnership with Nat Geo Travel + Nat Geo Adventure in various conditions in Africa, starting with pictures with gorillas in Rwanda.
The mini-documentary already has a good time with the whole thing:
The adventure continues and you can follow Austin on Instagram:
If you haven't checked out the other photo galleries with the new iPhone yet, check out the ones taken by Sports Illustrated and for ESPN, published here in .