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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by waloshin, Oct 4, 2011.
8MP camera with larger sensor means larger lens on the back?
I think it's the same size, but Apple just added an additional 5th piece of glass in the optics. (According to the apple.com iPhone video page)
Nope, looks the exact same.
Honestly, the only enticing thing about the 4S is the camera. I checked out some of the pictures, and they definitely look better than 4's pictures (which are crazy good already). But not worth it for me.
More megapixels usually means grainier and lower quality when you zoom in. I wasn't impressed by the sample pictures I've seen from the 4s camera.
That is only the case when you have a smaller sensor... More megapixels on a bigger sensor is fine...
So the sensor is the same size?
The went a half-stop brighter with the aperture. This allows them to use a lower ISO, probably in order to offset the higher noise of the 8MP sensor.
In other words, you now get larger images with the same overal quality.
In other words the camera is a lateral move.
I'm guessing that Apple would have been happy to keep a 5MP sensor (as would I), but needed to satisfy the spec geeks.
I think it's more megapixels on the same size sensor, so when zoomed in the images will look worse than the images from iphone 4.
So dual core processing and 7x graphics improvement mean nothing? Mmmmmmmm'kay