dual cameras began to be a movement that began to look in 2016, and which was planned for many years. Not surprised that in this year and the next, we begin to see variations of this technology, that we can take pictures with higher quality thanks to three, four or five cameras. a CNET article suggests that devices such as Apple’s iPhone and other smartphones could take a greater number of cameras.
are already proposed with three cameras, the iPhone could be the following devices
as Lenovo Phab2 Pro and Light L16 the latter being more a camera to a mobile are examples of what you might see in the future with mobile phones. In the case of Lenovo, a camera is used to contribute to Google’s Project Tango that scans environments in 3D. the L16, are 10 cameras simultaneously working to get a picture of up to 52 megapixel.
the user will determine the quality of his photographs since we use the zoom on certain occasions. the Light L16 will choose the best modules of cameras, the 28 mm, 70 mm or 150 mm. It is possible to get great photos by applying a considerable amount of zoom.
to have more cameras, capturing light is greater and helps to reduce the noise of the photographs. In the case of the iPhone 7 Plus are two lenses, one of 28 mm and one of 56 mm. Patrick Holland, the author of the article which is based on this information thinks that the iPhone could have up to four cameras (24 mm, 28 mm, 56 mm and 70 mm). the zoom level would be one of the best in the market in terms of mobile.
would long to begin to show on the iPhone?
knowing that Apple is thinking about a dual camera in upright for virtual/augmented reality functions, do not rule out that the next step is to improve this experience for the future. Technology advances strides and soon we could transport us to certain places in the world from our iPhone include more cameras with certain technology could help improve the experience.
who will be the first that mark the trend of more cameras in the mobile, Apple or Samsung? would like to another company in the future competition? Share your opinions with us in the comments box.