iPhone 5 camera

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by rei101, Sep 24, 2012.

  1. rei101 macrumors 6502a

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    Yesterday I went to an Apple store and played for a minute with the new iPhone 5. I do not have an iPhone yet.

    But I did a test with the camera and I took a picture of an iPad from about 2 feet. We have to remember the iPad is retina display too.

    Well, the quality of the image was good, I mean good good.

    But when I zoomed in with my fingers... the resolution of the image was such that I was able to see the pixels of the iPad! Almost like in the movie Blade Runners.

    I mean... the resolution was funny! Way too much resolution! and I was not able to zoom more because the iPhone didn't zoom more, not because it was blurry.

    Way too massive of a camera, amazing, half of the resolution would have been fair enough.
     
  2. zachnelson macrumors 6502a

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    It's not much different than the 4S camera afaik.
     
  3. oplix Suspended

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    the resolution is there to minimize blow-up pixelation.
     

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