If you are looking for a smartphone with a super smartphone with a great camera feature then you should look no further than the iPhone 4S. This fantastic model boasts one of the best cameras on the market and this point has been illustrated perfectly by one photo journalist who has created an Olympics photo blog using just this handset and an iPhone 4.
The photo blog has been created by Dan Chung who is a photographer for the Guardian newspaper in the UK and it perfectly demonstrates the type of quality we can expect from the camera on the iPhone 4S. Some of the results he has posted really do look superb although in some instances additional applications have been used. Snapseed is a great photo enhancement tool and this has been used to polish some final images and other photographs have employed the use of special lenses to get a specialist effect. Not so long ago a camera features on a phone was regarded as an inferior version of what a dedicated digital still camera could produce. The fact that a renowned photo journalist has used an iPhone 4S to compile a great set of images shows that devices such as this can now perform on a par with stand alone cameras.
The iPhone 4S is renowned for its excellent camera feature and it is one of the best phones on the market in this area. The primary camera on this phone offs that 8 mega pixel resolution which means that 8 million individual pixels are squeezed into any single photograph. Any camera expert will tell you that the quality is not all generated from the resolution but also from the optics used on the camera. Apple use the highest quality lenses on the iPhone 4S which is what helps make the final results so great. A number of features are also included on the phone to help users capture the perfect image. An LED flash is great for poorer lighting conditions and a digital zoom facility helps you get a little closer to the action. One of the more impressive features offered is the excellent HDR mode which takes a series of snaps, each with different exposure settings. The phone then automatically merges these images leaving you with one shot at optimum exposure levels.
The iPhone 4S is a phone that boasts many superb features and the camera facility is up there with the very best. The recent Olympics blog posted by Dan Chung helps to illustrate just how good this facility actually is.