Apple revealed a brand new camera for the iPhone 5S today that offers more advanced technology than any other iPhone before it. The camera features an f/2.2 aperture and a 15-percent larger sensor size, which should provide for much better low-light photography.
In addition, there’s automatic image stabilization for eliminating blur, a burst mode for capturing several images in rapid succession, a “Choose favorite” option for picking the best picture out of your burst mode batch, slow-motion 720p HD video at 120 frames-per second and more. The dual-LED flash is being labeled “True Tone” and should help make sure colors are more accurate when a flash is used.
iOS 7 will also cater to the new camera by supporting 28-megapixel panorama shots with the ability to change exposure on the fly as you capture the image and more.