As you probably know, the iPhone recently came out. It came out on September 20th, 2019. This release date was announced at a Fall event held by Apple. 

The new phone has multiple models. The normal iPhone 11 is $699. The iPhone 11 Pro is $999. The iPhone 11 Pro Max is ranging from $1099 to $1449. The 64 GB is $1099. The 256 GB is $1249. And, finally, the shocking 512 GB is $1449. 

            The phone is quite expensive, but the camera quality is amazing! There are 3 cameras, each meant for a specific thing. 

The Ultra-Wide Camera, which is on the right has 13 mm focal length, ƒ/2.4 aperture, 5-element lens, 120° field of view, 4x more scene, and 12MP sensor. 

The wide camera which is on the top left has 26 mm focal length, ƒ/1.8 aperture, 6-element lens, Optical image stabilization, 100% Focus Pixels, and new 12MP sensor. 

The last camera, which is on the bottom left called Telephoto Camera has 52mm focal length, Larger ƒ/2.0 aperture, 6-element lens, Optical image stabilization, 2x optical zoom, and as the other cameras, 12MP sensor. All of this information came straight from the Apple website itself.

            “The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max let you capture videos that are beautifully true to life, with greater detail and smoother motion. Epic processing power means it can shoot 4K video with extended dynamic range and cinematic video stabilization — all at 60 fps. You get more creative control, too, with four times more scene and powerful new editing tools to play with.” This is another quote straight from the website.

            The different colors that you can make your photos vary. When you turn the night light on, the picture becomes way brighter. Also, you can make your pictures black and white, brighter and lower colors, etc. You can edit your photos too. These filters include brightness, vignette, etc. 

“Next-generation Smart HDR uses advanced algorithms to finesse highlight and shadow detail in your image. And now it leverages machine learning to recognize faces in your shot and intelligently relight them. That means iPhone 11 Pro can automatically fine-tune detail in both the subject and the background. Even some DSLR cameras can’t do that.” 

There are even more cool camera features. These include 40% more light capture with Telephoto, 36% brighter True Tone flash with Slow Sync, Zero shutter lag, 6 lighting effects in Portrait mode, 2x more height for Panos, OIS – optical image stabilization. 

Overall, in my opinion I really recommend this phone and hope for you to get it! Even though it is expensive, it’s camera quality is amazing, it can hold way more storage than most other phones, and it has really good editing features. Get it soon before it sells out! 

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