The IPHONE 7 Plus has two lenses: wide-angle and telephoto. Here’s how to use them! Both the IPHONE 7 and IPHONE 7 Plus have great camera systems, but the IPHONE 7 Plus has a few features over its smaller cousin thanks to its secondary 56mm-equivalent \ »telephoto\ » lens system. NOTE: Though many (myself included) have argued that this system is closer in comparison to a normal or portrait lens than a true telephoto, I understand Apple’s intentions here: Because they’re marketing the lens in conjunction with a 2x feature, it may seem more appropriate to call it \ »tele\ » than \ »normal\ » or \ »portrait\ » to the average user — especially considering Apple’s Portrait feature that utilizes both lenses. For that reason, I’m referring to the lens as Apple names it — tele, or telephoto — even though I don’t necessarily agree with that branding. If you happen to find yourself in possession of an IPHONE 7 Plus, you can shoot using the 28mm-equivalent wide-angle lens using Photo mode, zoom up …

Source: The IPhone Blog

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