The next-generation backside illumination sensor is engineered with increased sensitivity and a shorter exposure time to achieve the same scene brightness colors are less saturated and youll see more details.So what does "Backside Illumination" mean?
Flashes for photography on cheaper cameras tend to ruin pictures (especially since most people don't know WHEN to use it). But the usefulness is in video where it acts as a spotlight. The more illuminated the subject, the better the sensor is at focusing. The problem of course is that the flash on the iPhone is too close to the sensor so I don't actually use it there either.It does not have a flash, well, based on the pictures at least and the fact that nothing has indicated there would be one.
It would have been useful as a flashlight, but honestly, I turn flash off on my phone...I don't prefer it and it makes my pictures look .. "flashy"
Well, he's right. If you want a tablet with a flash then don't get an iPad. You don't need to throw a childish fit every time you find out your desired toy doesn't have some feature you want.Ummmmm Ok ... That was waste of 3 seconds of my life to read!
Back to the original topic stupid!