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iPhone X Photo Test: Solid Performance in a Compact Format

Apple has secured the fundamentals of its iPhone X with a sharp image quilt and improved color management. But it’s mainly its second camera module, and it’s more compact size that makes it a weapon of choice for photographers.

While Apple has lost its technical dominance in photography in recent years – autofocus, definition, professional modes, etc. – the iPhone is still the preferred terminal for many photographers and enthusiasts. For several reasons: color consistency, the iOS ecosystem (apps are quality), etc. And since the arrival of the iPhone 7 Plus, for the second camera module. This equivalent 56 mm f/2.8 gives the iPhone the advantage in portraiture in particular.

With its super processor, OLED screen, and 56mm optics, the iPhone X is a brighter-looking (f/2.4) and a brighter-looking (f/2.4) lens; it’s the ultimate Apple photographic flagship. However, it wasn’t the technique that first seduced us, but a detail that seems trivial: the dimensions of the terminal.

Double module in a compact format

gsgsfasjgosbnvobniwbveiuOnce is not customary for a smartphone dedicated to photography, let’s not start with image quality, but with hardware ergonomics, a point where the iPhone X shines. Because without being a dwarf, the iPhone X is a more compact terminal than its high-end competitors such as Galaxy S8 Plus, Mate 10 pro and even its “big brothers” iPhone “Plus” all generations combined.

The fashion of big screens has long since perverted the whole top of the smartphone basket. Since the iPhone 7, it was necessary to opt for the large version “Plus” to take advantage of the second camera module, a device certainly capable but more cumbersome and less easy to handle quickly than the “normal” version.

By integrating the best of its photographic know-how into a more compact terminal, Apple will appeal to photographers who like to travel discreetly and lightly. It is a “simple” ergonomic evolution that has a significant impact: as it is easier to handle, we tend to take it out faster and therefore more readily, which invites us to make more images. For us, this is one of the company’s strong arguments that eclipses many of the technical limits.

Good level of detail

Displayed 100% on our 27 inches 2560 x 1440 pixels screen, the images produced by the iPhone X are more granular than those of the competition. A flaw?

Not so much: if you notice a more pronounced use of flat surfaces compared to an HTC U11, for example, in the end, the image rendering is excellent thanks to the software processing. Apple’s algorithms have found an excellent balance between smoothing, which reduces the digital noise inherent in small sensors and the very high level of detail, thanks to a proper management of micro-contrast.

Applied to a better sensor and better optics, this image processing would be extraordinary. In the case of the iPhone X, it already makes it possible to produce good images, shots richer in detail and with more punch than those of the iPhone 7 generation.

The Most Expensive and Luxurious Gadgets in the World

Luxury items are expensive for a reason. You are paying a price for prestige, exclusivity, and quality. And there are consumers who do not mind shelling out more bucks for a product if that means upping the ante for their lifestyle and they will command more respect and admiration from people around them.

Here are three of the most expensive and luxurious gadgets in the world that will have your jaw dropping in awe:

1. iPhone 5 Black Diamond

Costing at least $10 million—earning it the distinction of being the costliest smartphone in the world—this elegant gold-and-black iPhone model features a 26-carat rare black diamond that replaces the home button. At the back, luxury is written all over the Apple logo where you can find 53 precious stones. Not only that—the whole unit is encrusted with 600 white diamonds plus sapphire in the screen. The entire chassis is covered in gold.

It took 9 weeks for luxury product designer Stuart Hughes to create this marvelous smartphone, which was commissioned by a Chinese businessman.

2. Camael Diamonds iPad

Camael Diamonds iPad pic

While a diamond-encrusted tablet that is worth over a million dollars may sound far-fetched, this luxurious gadget actually exists. Like the iPhone 5 Black Diamond, the Camael Diamonds iPad features a black diamond home button and Apple logo. Weighing about 1 kg., this iPad is made of 300-carat diamonds and 18-carat gold.

3. MacBook Air Supreme Platinum

The third Apple product on this list is the luxury version of the MacBook Air: the Supreme Platinum edition. It weighs 7 kg. And is made of platinum. There are only five units of this edition available in the world coming with a $500,000 price tag. That is how exclusive this laptop is.