The blogger tested the new shooting function of the iPhone 11 Pro
One of the differences between the iPhone 11 line from previous models was the support for Deep Fusion photo enhancement technology. With its help, according to Apple, you can get images of much better quality than when using Smart HDR, available in earlier models. One of the bloggers decided to compare these chips in action – the result was very clear.
Judging by the published images, Deep Fusion transmits an image with a slightly higher exposure value, and the picture looks brighter, and also has better detail. The effect is most noticeable when enlarging the photo.
According to available information, while shooting on new iPhone models, the device’s camera takes several photos of the same scene at once. There are eight of them: 4 before actually pressing the shutter, and 4 after. Then the processor selects the best from the pictures and combines them into high-quality HDR photos with high sharpness and detail. At the same time, frames do not overlap one on the other – from each of them the algorithm takes only the most “successful” part. The technology uses artificial intelligence, so the adjustment of each photo is individual.
Smart HDR, in turn, “sticks together” nine photos with different exposure levels into one final image. Using technology allows you to get a picture with maximum detail dark and bright areas, as well as good sharpness.
Shooting with Deep Fusion is only available on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.