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Why Dedicated Cameras Will Always Be Better than Smartphones

9 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

It's September, which means another generation of Apple iPhones. This year, the iPhone XS adds a slightly larger sensor plus significantly more computing power via the A12 Bionic Chip to enhance the phone's image signal processing.
But despite the ability to perform 5 trillion operations a second, the iPhone still can't do something your dedicated ILP camera can, namely, collect as much light. And when it comes to photography, true exposure (i.e. the total number of photons captured) is directly related to image quality.
Of course, that much computing power does give some powerful...
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