Top 5 Camera News on iOS 14
With the arrival of the new iPhones 11 and 11 Pro (Max), we have seen a redesign of the native Camera application. However, this redesign only concerned the flagship models mentioned, and older devices still had an old and virtually meaningless version of this application. However, with the advent of iOS 14, this changed, and the redesigned Camera apps also saw a new generation of older iPhones, the XR and XS (Max), along with the iPhone SE (2020). In addition, we've seen some new and great Camera-related features in iOS 14. So if you own one of the above devices, continue reading – we will show you 5 interesting tips in the Camera in iOS 14. In general, these tips will mainly apply to iPhones XS and newer.
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5 new features in iOS Accessibility 14 that might come in handy
Pavel Jelič September 24, 2020 6
If you needed to shoot something quickly in older versions of iOS, it was difficult to open the camera, switch to Video mode, and then start shooting. So before you could record a moment quickly, it was most likely gone. With the advent of the iPhone 11, however, we have seen the addition of a great QuickTake feature, which unfortunately very few people know about. This feature ensures that it can start recording video almost immediately after launching the Camera application. All you have to do is hold your finger on the shutter button to start recording the video. You can then lift your finger from the screen to end the recording, or swipe right to the lock to lock the recording and continue without a finger on the screen. So when you ever want to shoot something fast, think of QuickTake. In addition to the above, you can also start QuickTake by holding down the volume down button.
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Shooting a sequence with the volume key
In the paragraph above, I mentioned the QuickTake function, which you can activate by holding down the shutter button. But the smarter of you know that in older versions of iOS, holding down the shutter was used to shoot the sequence. So how do you shoot a sequence within iOS 14 when QuickTake is activated while you hold down the shutter button? Quite simply – you can set the sequence to start recording while holding down the volume up button. But first of course you have to activate this function. Just go to Settings, scroll down and open the Camera box. Finally, here you just need to activate the function called Sequence with the sound amplification button. Now, whenever you want to start a sequence, just go to the Camera app and hold down the volume up key. The shutter-release button then shows how many photos have already been taken.
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Quality or quantity
With the advent of iOS 14, Apple boasts all sorts of new features that we can test on our own for several weeks. In addition, the apple company says that launching the Camera app and taking the first picture is up to 25% faster. Taking multiple photos in a row is then 90% faster and taking multiple portraits in a row is 25% faster – these speeds are of course great if you need to capture something quickly. However, the Camera can be even faster with the Quick Shoot Priority feature, which is enabled by default. In a way, this function prioritizes quantity over quality. If this function is active, on the other hand, iPhone does not edit the background photos as much and the results may be worse. If you want to prioritize quality over quantity, go to Settings -> Camera, where you will disable the Quick Capture Priority feature.
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Photos at 16: 9
As I mentioned above, with the advent of iPhones 11 and 11 Pro (Max), and hence with the advent of iOS 14, we have seen a redesign of the native Camera app. Finally, we can easily set the use of the dark mode, in addition, there are also options for controlling the LED flash or for changing the aspect ratio. Classic The camera shoots on a iPhone in a 4: 3 ratio, which of course suits in most cases. But sometimes it is necessary to take a photo in 16: 9 format – in this case, in older versions of iOS, you had to go to Photos and edit the photo here. However, it is now possible to switch the aspect ratio from 4: 3 to 16: 9 directly in the Camera. Just swipe your finger from bottom to top of the screen, then tap 4: 3 below. Then the menu will expand, where you can finally tap 16: 9. In addition to these two mentioned aspect ratios, a Square (ie a 1: 1 ratio) is also available. Note that using 16: 9 results in a classic 4: 3 crop, reducing the megapixels of the photo.
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Front camera mirroring
If you take a photo on your iPhone using the front camera, this photo will be flipped immediately after the photo is taken, which is mainly to preserve the authenticity and "authenticity" of the photo (a similar situation occurs when you look in the mirror). However, not everyone is comfortable with this automatic photo flip after shooting. Many individuals in older versions of iOS simply switched to Photos after taking a photo, where they flipped back a certain image. But now we can finally activate (de) automatic flipping. In this case, just go to the native Settings app, where you tap Camera below. Once you have done so, you only need to (de) activate the Mirror Front Camera option. If you do not want the photo to flip automatically when the front camera is taken, activate the function.
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