Ipad pro 2021: apple improves macro recordings

IPad Pro 2021: Apple improves macro recordings

Apple has introduced improvements with the new camera system in the iPad per 2021, which relate to macro recordings and who have not yet been communicated by the manufacturer. This has found Sebastiaan de with, programmer of the popular photo app halide, in an investigation. the "hidden" Close-up reliance will allow sharp recordings over the MAB’s current iPhone (including the current 12er series) – these are conventional at around eight centimeters, close objects are no longer sharpened.

A small microscope

The iPad Pro 2021 – whether with 11 or 12.9 inches – Focuss also on things, "The much closer to the sensor" be placed, so de with. Apple uses a new camera module in its new tablets, which consists of wide-angle and ultra-wide angle lens. The wide-angle sensor creates 12 MP (ƒ / 1.8 aperture), the ultraweit angle sensor 10 MP (ƒ / 2.4 aperture at 125 degree field of view). The new iPad Pro series will be like that "Practical to the microscope", the developer writes. He has discovered that when he had just parked his iPad on his slob and a perfect focus on his trouser leg.

The camera app does not do it

The problem: With the regular camera app of Apple, such macro recordings occurs if necessary the Lidar sensor also in the ipad per lidar sensor in the way. This assisted at the autofocus and often does not cope with (to) near objects. De With WITH therefore recommends using external camera apps that allow it to set a manual focus – and therefore means Halide itself (the offer is roughly in the App Store). The received in the current version 2.2.2 Some Pasture for the new camera of the iPad.

The front camera is new

The iPad Pro 2021 also comes with a superapanced front camera system that calls Apple TruedePTH module as it also contains the sensor for face recognition. Among other things, it allows the new center stage function that follows from video chats users. It can cover a field of 122 degrees and creates 12 mp at ƒ / 2.4 aperture. Halide was also adapted to this new front camera.

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