Are cameras on iPhone X any better than the ones on iPhone 8 Plus? Or are they exactly the same?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Goldfrapp, Sep 13, 2017.

  1. Goldfrapp macrumors 601


    Jul 31, 2005
  2. Alexander.Of.Oz macrumors 68030


    Oct 29, 2013
    Adelaide, Australia
    On the X and the 8+ the two lenses on the back are 12MP and the front lens is 7MP. The wide-angle lens is the exact same, but the X's telephoto lens lets in a tiny bit more light and on the X, both lenses have optical image stabilisation, whereas on the 8+, only the wide angle lens has optical image stabilisation.
  3. Vanilla35 macrumors 68040


    Apr 11, 2013
    Washington D.C.
    All specs are exactly the same on all 3 models, except for OIS. OIS on telephoto lens is X only.

    Also the regular 8 doesn't have dual lens of course.
  4. Vermifuge macrumors 68000


    Mar 7, 2009
    iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Camera Specs
    • The iPhone 8 will have a single 12-megapixel camera with an f/1.8 aperture.
    • The iPhone 8 Plus will have dual 12-megapixel cameras. The wide angle will have an aperture of f/1.8, while the telephoto will have f/2.8.
    • The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will both have optical image stabilization, or OIS, which helps reduce motion blur due to camera shake.
    • The iPhone 8 Plus has a feature called "Portrait Lighting," which is designed to digitally simulate various lighting conditions for portraiture work.
    • The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus can both shoot 4K video at up to 60 FPS, and slow-motion video at up to 1080p and 240 FPS.
    iPhone X Camera Specs
    • The iPhone X has nearly the same camera specs as the iPhone 8 Plus, with a dual 12-megapixel setup, f/1.8 and f/2.4 apertures. Note the iPhone X's telephoto lens opens a bit wider than that of the iPhone 8 Plus.
    • The iPhone X has dual optical image stabilization, resulting in even less motion blur.
    • The iPhone X enables Portrait Mode with selfies, allowing for a blur effect that improves self-portraits.
    • The iPhone X's 5.8-inch "Super Retina" OLED display should serve as a bigger and more vibrant viewfinder and frame for your photos and videos.
  5. Vanilla35 macrumors 68040


    Apr 11, 2013
    Washington D.C.
    What a load of crap, lol

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