Will iPhone 8 Plus Kill Reflexes ? The test at D'Estrëe

Just unveiled by Apple, the new iPhone 8 Plus made its way to our hands for an in-depth test, in particular of its new camera, which intends to make the big DSLRs obsolete.test at D'Estrëe, French brand of fashion accessories.

The iPhone 8 Plus shakes up DSLRs

In the workshop, both on ribbons and during a sewing session, the depth of the image captured with the iPhone 8 Plus impresses, giving an undeniable reflex effect (BM for L'Obs)

Let's say it at the outset: the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are rather thin in terms of new features, compared to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.We retain the possibility of recharging them wirelessly, that is to say by charging them.simply posing on a charging base (even with a shell), a much more powerful processor, and improved optics.

It is on this last point that it is necessary to stop, in particular on the double sensor on the back of the iPhone 8 Plus.The quality of 12 megapixel cameras has been boosted, but above all benefits from a new mode "portrait" to make any photographer look pale.

With a swipe of a finger, the application captures images that can be mistaken for those of an SLR.Better still, it adjusts the brightness in real time to give your choice of studio lighting, emphasize the contours, or even automatically crop and darken for a scenic effect, or even Studio Harcourt.

To test the possibilities, "L'Obs" went to the prototyping workshop-showroom headquarters of D'Estrëe, a successful fashion accessories brand.

Posted Date: 2020-09-22

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