Over the last few years, the iPhone has become more and more a part of our culture and it now holds a strong position in the photography industry and community. The iPhone is no longer just a phone with a camera, it's something that many professionals actually use. You may have read an article on Fstoppers about how even Time Magazine shot 12 of their covers using the iPhone. Previous to that, a Sports Illustrated photographer used the iPhone to take pictures of an NFL game.
Based on this, I wanted to see how the iPhone performs if I were to review it like a professional camera. In my latest video, I look at many of the camera features that are available in the iPhone X and take a detailed look at the raw files coming from this camera too.
One of the most important and useful updates to the iPhone X is the fact that the second camera, the tele lens is now stabilized. This one update now allows you to be able to get sharper and potentially cleaner images even in lower light scenarios. I was able to get sharp images even when shooting at 1/4 second shutter speed, which I find very impressive. Currently, the iPhone X is the only iPhone with this feature giving it a very useful advantage.
Check out the video for the full review.