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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by DBZmusicboy01, Nov 1, 2016.
99 percent thought it was a big joke to have such features. Same with the finger print reader ??
Thats how forums are. Right now 75% say OLED is dumb blah blah. Same people will praise it this time next year.
Kind of a silly question. Everything is impossible until it is not. It is impossible for our phones to be holographic bendable wristwatches, until it's not.
People thought fingerprint readers were bad because until Touch ID, they WERE bad. It sucked ass on the Atrix, and it really wasn't until last year that it was actually any decent on Android either.
When did people think it was a joke to have OIS on iPhones?? The 6+ and 6s+ were praised for having it, and people had been wanting OIS for a while.
Perhaps I misunderstood Apple's iPhone 7+ announcement, but I don't think it has optical zoom. That would be a lens capable of varying focal lengths. Pretty sure the 7+ just has two lenses, each of fixed focal length, one longer than the other.
Yep, there is no zoom.
OIS has been in phones for a while.
there isn't zoom. its 2 lenses with different focal lengths on the plus.
It all comes down to the amount of space allocated to the camera. OIS is great. It has been around for years and nobody was surprised that it was included on the 7. But OIS also takes up space. This means a smaller sensor, which partially defeats the point of OIS.
As for zoom, they didn't add a zooming lens, they just added a second fixed zoom camera (that also suffers from a small sensor). I don't expect a true optical zoom iPhone in the near future. The required lens is just too big.
Personally I wonder if the camera system would have been better with a single camera system taking the space that was allocated to the two cameras on the back of the 7.
"99 percent"? Based on what?