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cRuNcHiE

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Jan 2, 2007
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Has anyone else noticed camera improvements?

The display seems to have a higher fps and panorama mode is crazy good. Cant believe how well it paints the image together instantly as you're turning! Better AF too?

Camera+ appears to still take photos but when you go to view the image for editing, it disappears.
 

sawah

macrumors 65816
Sep 13, 2010
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It takes pictures crazy fast. I took my son to the park and tested it and they turned out awesome. No animation of the pictures going to the folder though.
 

Mobster1983

macrumors 6502a
Sep 8, 2011
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Release notes state that iOS 7 can shoot up to 60 fps, vs only 30 in iOS 6. Not sure if the camera in the iPhone 5 has that capability or not, but that could be what you are seeing.
 

nfl46

macrumors 604
Oct 5, 2008
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Release notes state that iOS 7 can shoot up to 60 fps, vs only 30 in iOS 6. Not sure if the camera in the iPhone 5 has that capability or not, but that could be what you are seeing.
Yeah, I saw that. The iPhone 5S must can do 60.
 

richard371

macrumors 68040
Feb 1, 2008
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I'm voting that the 5 will do 60 FPS. I read that iOS 5 would allow apps to do 60 then iOS 6 only allows 30.
 

Menneisyys2

macrumors 603
Jun 7, 2011
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I'm voting that the 5 will do 60 FPS. I read that iOS 5 would allow apps to do 60 then iOS 6 only allows 30.

Indeed. Nevertheless, that "720p60" mode, which was only available on the 4S and no other iOS5-capable models (no iPad3, for example, let alone older models), only recorded video at 360 vertical resolution. Hopefully the 60p support in iOS7 won't be the same cr@ppy implementation but true at least 720p60 if not 1080p60 on all 1080p-capable models (4S, 5 and hopefully even all the iPads).

I've posted tons of stuff on this question, along with resolution chart shots, at https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/1533985/
 

jman240

macrumors 6502a
May 26, 2009
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Does it still do the stupid shutter close animation? Seems like that really slows down trying to rapid fire photos.
 

zorinlynx

macrumors 604
May 31, 2007
7,235
13,883
Florida, USA
Is there finally a way to disable the shutter sound without muting the phone? I hate having to remember to mute the phone whenever I want to take a photo without disturbing people, then unmute it after.
 

zbarvian

macrumors 68010
Jul 23, 2011
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Does it still do the stupid shutter close animation? Seems like that really slows down trying to rapid fire photos.

No more shutter animation. In fact, there's actually very little animation at all when you snap a shot now.
 

0000757

macrumors 68040
Dec 16, 2011
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Release notes state that iOS 7 can shoot up to 60 fps, vs only 30 in iOS 6. Not sure if the camera in the iPhone 5 has that capability or not, but that could be what you are seeing.

The 5 can shoot 60fps. I've tested.
 

akbarali.ch

macrumors 6502a
May 4, 2011
692
458
Mumbai (India)
Indeed. Nevertheless, that "720p60" mode, which was only available on the 4S and no other iOS5-capable models (no iPad3, for example, let alone older models), only recorded video at 360 vertical resolution. Hopefully the 60p support in iOS7 won't be the same cr@ppy implementation but true at least 720p60 if not 1080p60 on all 1080p-capable models (4S, 5 and hopefully even all the iPads).

I've posted tons of stuff on this question, along with resolution chart shots, at https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/1533985/

in a nutshell, wheres the option for 720p60fps on iphone4S, is it on iOS6 or iOS7? did i miss something...?
 

martinocando

macrumors 6502
Jun 12, 2013
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I took a handful of pics of my kid and dog yesterday, and I just kept tapping the shutter, and pictures were taken each time. I shot like 5 or 6 fps manually. I couldn't believe it.
 

jutte64

macrumors 6502
Apr 28, 2009
251
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Fort Recovery , OH
Is there finally a way to disable the shutter sound without muting the phone? I hate having to remember to mute the phone whenever I want to take a photo without disturbing people, then unmute it after.

If you don't want to disturb people wouldn't you want to keep you phone muted? It does still make the shutter noise and I couldn't find any way to turn it off..
 
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