Articles tagged "iphone"

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Camera components represent 9.5% of total iPhone 7 material cost

Analyst firm Chipworks estimates the cost of the iPhone 7 camera to be $26, or 9.5% of the total bill of materials. Read more

Olloclip launches three lens kits for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Olloclip has announced the launch of three lens kits for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which include macro, telephoto and fisheyes. Read more

Adobe Lightroom for iOS updated with iPhone 7 camera profiles

Sensor and lens profiles for the iPhone 7 models ensure color, noise reduction, lens corrections and other parameters are set at the right levels when opening DNG Raw-files in Lightroom for iOS. Read more

Teardown reveals Sony image sensors in iPhone 7

A teardown reveals that both cameras in Apple's iPhone 7 use Exmor RS sensors that are supplied by Sony. Read more

PABLO is a long exposure and light painting app for the iPhone

The PABLO app allows you to create light paintings my moving light sources in front of your iPhone camera or move the device itself during a long exposure. Read more

RAW by 500px comes with licensing and assignment notifications

In addition to a range of Raw editing tools the new RAW by 500px apps allows you to submit images for licensing a receive assignment notifications in your area. Read more

ESPN publishes iPhone 7 Plus photos from US Open

Apple has handed its brand new iPhone 7 Plus over to a couple of professional sports photographers to show off its capabilities, and ESPN photographer brought it courtside to the US Open. Read more

iPhone 7 Plus dual-cam only offers stabilization in wide-angle lens, report says

An analyst report claims the iPhone 7 Plus comes with optical image stabilization only in its wide-angle camera module, not in the 56mm equiv. lens of its dual-camera. Read more

So, you don't care about the iPhone 7? Here are 10 reasons why you should

Another year, another iPhone, the usual chorus of Internet commenters going to great lengths to tell the world how little they care. But we'd be foolish to ignore the world's most popular camera - and so would you. Here's why

Apple unveils iPhone 7 and dual-cam iPhone 7 Plus

Apple's new iPhone 7 Plus comes with a 12MP dual-cam setup that offers a tele-lens and bokeh simulation mode. Read more

Primax Electronics to manufacture dual-camera in iPhone 7, reports say

The Taiwanese company Primax Electronics is reported to be one of the manufacturers of the dual-camera module for the upcoming Apple iPhone generation. Read more

2016 iPhone Photography Award winners announced

The jury of this year's iPhone Photography Awards picked the winning images from thousands of entries made by photographers from 139 countries. Check out some of the winners. Read more

Raw capture coming to iPhone in iOS 10?

An eagle-eyed Reddit user has spotted an important new iOS 10 feature that Apple slipped into its WWDC keynote yesterday: Raw image editing. Read more

OOWA smartphone lenses use 'free-form' tech for improved image quality

DynaOptics, an optical engineering company, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its OOWA smartphone add-on lenses. The company is raising funds for two lenses - a 2.5x tele-lens with an equivalent focal length of 75mm and a 15mm equivalent super-wide-angle. Read more

Unconventional COVR Photo case launches for iPhone SE

The COVR Photo iPhone redirects the camera's angle of view to promote picture taking from a position with the device away from the shooter's face. It's now available for the iPhone SE in addition to the iPhone 5 and 6. Read more

Helium Core turns iPhone into fully-fledged imaging rig

The Helium Core iPhone chassis offers an abundance of mounting and attachment options.

Surprisingly sharp: Inmacus 18mm HD Wide Angle Kit lens review

The Inmacus Wide Angle HD kit offers a good quality wide-angle lens, polarizer and macro filter in one package.

iPhone SE is a compact-sized iPhone 6s

Apple's iPhone SE essentially packs an iPhone 6s into the shell of an iPhone 5s.

Olloclip launches Studio accessory-mount case for Apple iPhone

Mobile phone add-on-lens manufacturer olloclip has announced a new case for the iPhone 6 series. 

Zeiss optics included in latest ExoLens accessory lenses for the iPhone

Smartphone accessory lens manufacturer ExoLens is to introduce three new lenses that use optics and designs from Zeiss.

Ricoh launches Theta+ Video app for iPhone

Ricoh's Theta+ Video app for iPhone lets you edit 360 degree panoramic video footage.

Apple iOS 9.2 adds iPhone support for USB camera adapter for direct photo transfer

Apple's iOS 9.2 makes it possible to transfer images to an iPhone directly from your camera.

DxOMark Mobile report: Apple iPhone 6s

The new Apple iPhone 6s cannot quite keep up with the best and slots in at number ten in the DxOMark Mobile Rankings.

Recipe for 6S: iPhone 6S Real-world Sample Gallery

The iPhone 6S doesn't look too different from the iPhone 6 that it replaces, but its camera module has been significantly improved. Now offering 12MP and snappier performance, the camera on the iPhone 6S is impressively capable. We've been out and about with the new phone, taking plenty of pictures in a range of different situations. Click through to see our gallery of real-world samples

iPhone 6s and 6s Plus come with 12MP camera and 4K video

The new iPhone models capture higher resolution images and come with a new 3D touch feature.

CamSwarm app may soon allow for easy capture of bullet time sequences

Researchers at Columbia University have developed an iPhone app that connects a number of iPhones to shoot a so-called bullet time sequence.

Feature film shot on iPhone 5 coming to cinemas

Tangerine is a new movie by filmmaker Sean Baker that was entirely shot on an iPhone 5.

Moment announces 10x macro lens for iPhone

The Moment Macro lens for iPhone features a multi-element design and anti-reflective coating.

Shutterfly's new TripPix app lets iPhone users order albums

Shutterfly has introduced TripPix, a new app that turns photos snapped with an iPhone into physical albums.

Tric is a wireless flash trigger for the iPhone

Tric allows you to use external flash guns or studio strobes with your iPhone.

Hydra for iOS uses multi-frame techniques for higher resolution and lower noise

Hydra is an iPhone camera app that makes use of new features in the iOS 8 camera API to improve the quality of your smartphone images.

Moment phone case brings two-stage shutter button to iPhone

The Moment case connects to the iPhone 6 via low-energy bluetooth and provides a two-stage shutter button.

Stay Focused brings focus stacking automation to iPhone camera

A new app for Apple iPhone and iPad users is designed to bring automatic focus stacking to mobile photographers.

Leef launches iBridge iPhone storage device

The Leef iBridge accessory provides extra storage for all those iPhone video and image files.

More manual control on iOS with Manual Cam

Manual Cam is another new option for iPhone users who like to set camera parameters manually.

Relonch brings APS-C image sensor to the iPhone

The Relonch camera combines an APS-C sensor with an extremely simple UI and attaches to your iPhone, using your phone for display, image processing, storage, and sharing. A bright F2.0 lens ensures low-light performance. At an output resolution of only 1MP, it's a niche product, but the concept is exciting. Click through to learn more.

Elephant Steady stabilized grip for iPhone seeks funding through Kickstarter

A company named ADPLUS has launched a Kickstarter for a new product called Elephant Steady, a stabilized grip designed for an iPhone that claims to be the smallest of its kind.

Rode updates its iXY Microphone for iPhone 5, 5S and 5C users

Rode has updated its iXY Mic iPhone accessory to support iOS devices using the new Lightning connector. 

Adobe has announced that Lightroom Mobile - first released for the iPad back in April, is now available for the Apple iPhone.

2014 iPhone Photography Awards winners announced

The iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) has announced the winners of its 7th annual Photographers of the Year contest, along with top photos in many individual categories. Entries to the 2014 competition came from photographers in in seventeen countries, and naturally, all were taken with an Apple iPhone, iPod or iPad. Click through to take a look at the winning photos. See gallery

2014 iPhone Photography Awards winners announced

The iPhone Photography Awards has announced the winners of its 7th annual Photographers of the Year contest, along with winners in seventeen categories.

Nova provides off-camera flash for the iPhone

The Nova off-camera flash unit gives you more control over your iPhone flash photography.

NightCap Pro adds iPad support, low-light video recording and an unlimited exposure time mode. 

Lensbaby has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the final development stages for its Sweet Spot selective focus iPhone lens.

Apple has patented a bayonet mount for attaching lenses and other accessories to mobile devices.

Apple has been granted a patent for a wireless accessory that can remotely control the camera of an iPhone or iPad.

Apple has introduced a less expensive 8GB version of the iPhone 5c.

Apple has released its first major update to iOS 7. iOS 7.1 brings a host of bug fixes and refinements, including a new Auto HDR mode to the flagship iPhone 5S. 

The latest update of the MEGA cloud storage service's iOS app adds a feature to automatically sync your photographs.

Apple has patented two novel ways of expanding the capabilities of the iPhone's camera.

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