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iPhone 5 – the most popular camera on Flickr photohosting
Positioning the iPhone as camera phones – phones with a focus on shooting digital photos – significantly increased after 5 and 4s models equipped with high-quality 8-megapixel camera and LED flash.
Software tools Camera Finder, courtesy photo sharing site Flickr, allows us to trace the dynamics of the use of models of cameras and camera phones within the service. As it turned out, the smartphone iPhone 5 in 2014 was the most popular among users of the popular photo hosting – he is ahead in the ranking of SLR cameras Canon EOS 7D, Nikon D7000 and Canon EOS 5D Mark III. In fact, the list of the most popular cameras for taking pictures on Flickr first three places are occupied by “apple” communicators: iPhone 5, iPhone 4s and iPhone 4.
In the ranking of the most frequently used smartphones on Flickr also lead iPhone – «apple” communicator belongs to the top four lines: iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPhone 4 and iPhone 5c. The next two places went to phone Samsung – Galaxy S3 on the fifth, Galaxy S5 – the sixth. He made his debut at the end of year 6 iPhone managed to climb to 7th place. On the eighth and tenth place ranking – iPad and iPad mini. Flagship HTC One was on the 9th place.
Among Flickr explain the popularity of high quality iPhone shooting, widespread fashion gadgets around the world and ease of use, including sharing photos over the Internet.
The current flagship of the Apple iPhone is equipped with 6 high-quality built-in digital camera. The latest generation of smartphones the company has managed to improve the main camera iSight – it has an 8-megapixel sensor with a pixel size of 1.5 microns and aperture f / 2,2. Significantly improved AF speed and sensitivity in low light conditions. Improvement was due to the technology of Focus Pixel. The result was to increase the focusing speed is twice as compared to the iPhone 5s.
According to reports, for the next-generation iPhone in Cupertino are preparing the biggest improvement in the chamber in the history of the smartphone.
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