Super Fine Shooting Feature Launched in New iOS Beta

The Deep Fusion shooting technology announced during the presentation of the new iPhone has not yet appeared in the new firmware, but insiders have already discovered the corresponding feature in the beta version of iOS for developers. The source not only shared the features of the advanced algorithm, but also published a way to get early access to "pumping" the camera of his gadget.

Super Fine Shooting Feature Launched in New iOS Beta

The technology is designed to produce high-quality images indoors and outdoors. Even before pressing the shutter button, the smartphone’s camera takes four pictures with a fast shutter speed and four standard ones, and one click with a slow shutter speed. Deep Fusion selects the shortest exposure image with the most detail and combines it with a “synthetic” long exposure image. Unlike Smart HDR, image details stand out from one frame, and tone, color and light from another.

It takes about a second to create one “glued” image. If you take several photos in a row, the library will display photos with reduced quality, the processing of which continues to be conducted in the background. Unlike the night mode, the technology works automatically and is always active, while there is no corresponding indicator on the screen. Deep Fusion does not work when shooting in series.

It is expected that the owners of Phone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will be able to use the technology with the release of iOS 13.2 in the near future. Owners of developer accounts can install the beta version of the firmware today and test the new function on their own.

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