New iPhone Camera

I bought the new iPhone. I generally skip versions so i jumped from the 7 to the Xs skipping the 8 and X generations. I will freely acknowledge that I didn’t NEED a new phone; I just wanted the new phone. I really wanted the new camera.

You can read several better reviews of the new cameras on other sites like this and this.

I’m not a photographer, but I take a lot of pictures, if that makes any sense at all. I took the following picture at a table in the 116 Farmstead Market & Table a few days ago.

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And here is a ‘Portrait’ model picture of the flower and vase.

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Wow. The detail, color and clarity are stunning and this is a camera phone.  Portrait mode blurs the background and the difference in the two pictures is obvious.

I’ve been amazed with the quality of the pictures and I’m just getting started with it.

I’ve read that we are going to be disappointed in our early camera phone pictures in a few years and I know exactly what that means. Those early flip phone pictures saved are nearly useless now. Even pictures from just a few years back are not very good. Here is one from 1996 when we used to live in Singapore.singapore

I wonder how these current pictures will age? If you are using your camera phone to capture moments with the kids or using it for business reasons, I can recommend this generation of Phones and their cameras and the iPhone Xs in particular.

Note that the camera system on the Xs and the Xs Max are identical which is a change from the X generation. Read Apple’s version of the new cameras here.

I don’t really want to write such an endorsement, but I’ve been stunned by the quality of the pictures on this camera.

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