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iPhone 13 Pro — Any comments?

This is a very nice image.
About comments, it seems all members of DPR mobile photography forum moved elsewhere.
It's a pity, since this forum works fine, with lots of features. But well...
it seems all members of DPR mobile photography forum moved elsewhere.

send all of them a PM at dpreview and invite them over. Most of them do not know that we exist. Someone has to tell them about us. If they do not know us, they will not search for us ;)
Here is one iPHONE 13 MINI user . I am using the iPHONE only for quick snapshots and eventually return to the place for a shot with FF or MF .
A todays quick shot . No AI used .
And by the way , I love junkyards .

YUNK 1.jpg
  • iPhone 13 mini back dual wide camera 5.1mm f/1.6
  • 5.1 mm
  • ƒ/1.60000002384
  • 1/1441 sec
  • Pattern
  • ISO 50
If you have an iPhone 13 or 14 model you might like to explore the features available in "Cinematic" mode, as well as the plain video mode.
The video mode supports HD and 4K at 30 or 60fps. The cinematic mode has other twists, firstly the image stabilisation seems to be a lot stronger (very steady), and it selectively focuses on faces facing the camera and will switch from one person to another if (for example) person A turns away, while person B turns toward the camera. In addition you can selectively re-focus on subjects IN POST.

IMHO the traditional camera manufacturers are asleep with their pants around their ankles compared to what Apple has done.

NB if you ant to see an example, see https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B165NI45MnIoFV
The second-last one (Sydney Opera House) is in cinematic mode.

These were handheld, from a boat bobbing around in the water. There is simply NO WAY my OM5 could have shot these, even with a gimbal.
  • Apple - iPhone 13 Pro
  • iPhone 13 Pro back triple camera 5.7mm f/1.5
  • 5.7 mm
  • ƒ/1.5
  • 1/389 sec
  • Pattern
  • Auto exposure
  • ISO 50

Autumn . Seen today . iPHONE 13 PRO