The new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are already waging war, in a good way, all over the world. The results obtained in the different tests carried out place them as one of the best terminals marketed to date. The Pro model has some advantage because it has with a third rear camera and a redesigned front panel with the new Dynamic Island interface. In fact, a user has shared some photography with the Night mode and the iPhone 14 Pro and we can say with certainty that this model is prepared for get into astrophotography.
The iPhone 14 Pro cameras and Night mode doing astrophotography
The astrophotography It is nothing more than a mixture between photography and astronomy that allows users to capture images of celestial bodies. Thanks to the equipment currently being sold, it is possible to capture higher quality images and even more visibility than the human eye thanks to the exposure times, the visible radiation that the eye is capable of seeing as well as the objectives used.
For example, iOS has a Night mode which enables take pictures in low light thanks to complex algorithms of elongated exposures. All this would not be possible if there were no hardware behind it that would support the algorithms mentioned in iOS. The new iPhone 14 Pro have also improved their cameras and can also enter the world of astrophotography as we can see in these images shared by a user to MacRumors.
These images are made with a iPhone 14 Pro that we cannot forget that they have a posterior complex with three chambers:
- 48MP Primary: 24mm, ƒ/1.78 aperture, 2nd generation sensor-shift optical image stabilization, seven-element lens, 100% Focus Pixels
- 12 Mpx ultra wide angle: 13 mm, ƒ/2.2 aperture and 120° field of view, six-element lens and 100% Focus Pixels
- 12MP x2 telephoto (thanks to Quad Pixel sensor): 48mm, ƒ/1.78 aperture, second-generation sensor-shift optical image stabilization, seven-element lens, and 100% Focus Pixels
In fact, this image that we can see made with the iPhone 14 Pro has been captured with 10000 ISO using the 12 megapixels since the 48 megapixels with the main camera does not allow the use of Night mode. Also was treated with Lightroom within the iPhone itself thanks to the capture through the Apple ProRAW format.
Image – MacRumors Forums