The iPhone X, which is the latest smartphone created by the Cupertino brand, has many add-ons that impress anyone, inside them, and the one that catches the most attention is the camera, since the quality of the photographs it takes is so much, like the one you have when you take them in a professional studio.
This is due to Portrait Lighting, a mode that allows to modify the lighting of the portraits through software and depth detection, in addition to the 50mm focal lens that is integrated.
With this characteristic, attention is paid to the most important factor that is needed to take a “good picture”: light, because without it there is nothing to portray, let alone a decent result.
In addition to having the Bayer filter, which allows the camera to capture more clearly light to filter it by RGB, and thus understand what percentage of red, green or blue has each part of the image, it is information will pass to the Image Signal Processor chip, which is inside the cell phone and that helps to process and improve photographs, increasing speed and efficiency.
In this way, it is like the portrait mode has managed to look professional, competing with the quality that is reflected in the photos that one takes in a professional place where there are light reflectors, and different lenses and objectives.
Given this situation, some people commented that the iPhone camera could be compared to that of a professional photographic team, but there were many others who refused to even put them in the same range.
However, the last word was the Advertising Star Standards Authority, which explained that the cell phone camera created by Apple, can certainly be considered as a professional camera without any problem.
According to this, it is like the advertising campaign of the company regarding the new smartphone is totally true and valid, since it does not lie in anything of what it says regarding the magnificent quality that the photographs have.
The result of the declaration of the ASA, allows that at present the iPhone X can be considered to him like a professional camera, in spite of being simple and simply a telephone.