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Étape 11
Apple's got us seeing double as we pull out the camera array with two separate sensors, two lenses, and two little connectors. The two 12 MP cameras—one wide-angle with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), just like in the iPhone 7, the second a telephoto—allow for optical zoom. Both cameras also sport a new image sensor that Apple claims is 60% faster and 30% more energy efficient than previous iPhones.
  • Apple's got us seeing double as we pull out the camera array with two separate sensors, two lenses, and two little connectors.

  • The two 12 MP cameras—one wide-angle with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), just like in the iPhone 7, the second a telephoto—allow for optical zoom.

  • Both cameras also sport a new image sensor that Apple claims is 60% faster and 30% more energy efficient than previous iPhones.

  • The upgraded cameras almost make it worth the bigger exterior camera bump—now built into the chassis in another suspected waterproofing/dust-fighting tactic.

  • We use our X-ray vision to initiate a staring contest with the camera array. Without blinking, we can see four metal pads around one camera. We're guessing these are the magnets that enable OIS.

  • Analog Devices AD5842 OIS driver

Apple laat ons dubbel zien bij het eruit trekken van de cameraopstelling met twee aparte sensoren, twee lenzen en twee kleine aansluitingen.

De twee 12 MP camera's—één groothoek met Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), net zoals in de iPhone 7, de andere een telefoto—maken optische zoom mogelijk.

Beide camera's bevatten ook een nieuwe afbeeldingssensor, waarvan Apple claimt dat ze 60% sneller en 30% efficiënter zijn in energieverbruik dan in vorige iPhone's.

De ge-upgrade camera's vergoeilijken bijna de vergrote, buitenste cameraheuvel—welke deze keer in het chassis is gebouwd met wederom een verdachte waterdichte/stofdichte-afweertactiek.

We gebruiken andermaal onze röntgenvisie om een staarwedstrijd met deze cameraopstelling aan te gaan. Zonder te knipperen, zien we vier metalen blokjes rondom een enkele camera. We gokken dat dit de magneten zijn die de OIS mogelijk maken.

[* black] Apple's got us seeing double as we pull out the camera array with two separate sensors, two lenses, and two little connectors.
[* black] The two 12 MP cameras—one wide-angle with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), just like in the iPhone 7, the second a telephoto—allow for optical zoom.
[* black] Both cameras also sport a new image sensor that Apple claims is 60% faster and 30% more energy efficient than previous iPhones.
[* icon_note] The upgraded cameras almost make it worth the bigger exterior camera bump—now built into the chassis in another suspected waterproofing/dust-fighting tactic.
[* red] We use our X-ray vision to initiate a staring contest with the camera array. Without blinking, we can see four metal pads around one camera. We're guessing these are the magnets that enable OIS.
+[* orange] Analog Devices AD5842 OIS driver

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