Monday, September 24, 2012

Analysis of the video quality of the camera of the iPhone 5

iphone 5 grabacion video Análisis de la calidad de vídeo de la cámara del iPhone 5

The camera of the iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 is not only equipped with an iSight camera to take photos capable 8 megapixel f2.4 and images can also record video at 1080p. The FaceTime camera has been improved and is now capable of recording at 720p. Of all the improvements in video recording in the iPhone 5, the best is undoubtedly the ability to take a photo while you're recording video.

From iMore already been able to test the camera and left us this video for us to check their quality. Let us first analyze the video and then the quality of the camera.

Video recording with the iPhone 5

One of the major changes which will see when grabéis video with the iPhone 5 is that the user interface has been adjusted to fit the new 16:9 aspect ratio screen. The video recording that you be completely fills the screen and all controls appear as transparent buttons, so you can see everything that is being recorded. In the video recording only three items on the screen: the record button, the elapsed time and a new button for shooting.

Records video and photos at the same time make

One of the amazing new features of the iPhone 5 is the ability to record video and take pictures at the same time. To do this, simply press the camera icon for video recording. Photo Shooting is really fast even while recording video. How you can see in the video above, you can easily take pictures while recording a video.

Sound too good to be true? Well, there is a minor problem. Solving the photos you take while you're recording video will be less than the resolution of the photos taken in photo mode. Specifically, the photos taken with the camera will have a resolution of 2048 × 1536 pixels (4:3 aspect ratio), while photos taken while recording video with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels (16:9 aspect ratio) .

The loss of resolution really is almost negligible, one photo at 1920 × 1080 resolution is plenty for almost any use.

Quality of front camera iPhone 5

Although the main iSight camera iPhone 5 has not received significant upgrades in terms of quality, the front camera is much improved. For the first time, the iPhone's FaceTime camera is capable of recording at 720p. Not as good as the rear camera, but compared to its predecessor, the new FaceTime camera does a great job. We have all been tested recording with front camera iPhone 4 or 4S and we have seen the poor quality it has. Not anymore.

Video recording in low light

A downside of the iPhone's camera is always recording video in low light. Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, this is still the weak point of the camera of the iPhone 5. Although in special situations, such as having only a candle burning, can produce impressive results, if the interior lighting is low video quality is greatly affected. You can record, but you can not brag about the quality of the image.

The end result

The iPhone 5 has not been a big leap in quality over the iPhone 4 camera, but the iPhone 4S and 1080p video recording with very good results. The best thing about this camera is that it has the same quality as the camera of the iPhone 4S in a much thinner shell. Moreover, the larger screen with 16:9 aspect ratio, improves the experience in video recording. Although the back camera of the iPhone 4S was not much improvement, there is no denying that the camera FaceTime on the iPhone 5 is light years ahead of the front camera of the iPhone 4S. Of all the changes, definitely, our favorite is, as mentioned, the ability to take pictures while recording video.

The camera of the iPhone 5 as the iMore people, is simply the best camcorder you might have.

What do you think? Do you think the quality of the camera of the iPhone 5 is enough?

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