True Tone Flash

True Tone Flash

A camera flash technology in the iPhone, starting with the iPhone 5s (September 2013). Using two LEDs; one white, one amber, they are not designed to give off more light but to color correct the ambient light in the room for more accurate flesh tones. Each LED can be lit with a varying intensity that together produce 1,000 different color temperatures. See iPhone 5S.
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The iPhone Xs cameras include a 12MP wide-angle lens and a 12MP telephoto lens, and with improved true tone flash. A new feature called Smart HDR, according to Apple, takes HDR much further.
The two models support OIS, feature new quad LED true tone flash and come with a 7MP sensor with retina flash at the front.
More importantly, it has a quad-LED True Tone flash, compared to the dual one found in its predecessor, meaning it'll deliver illumination that's more uniform; while I'm not really a fan of using flash when the light is enough (natural lighting, you know), the quad-LED flash does the trick, though at certain situations you may not see any significant difference.
The camera is capable of 2x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom as well as Quad-LED True Tone flash, Optical image stabilization for the main camera and Autofocus with focus pixels.
This is then coupled with a quad LED True Tone Flash to provide illumination.
A new quad LED True Tone Flash offers twice the uniformity of light and includes Slow Sync, resulting in more uniformly lit backgrounds and foregrounds.
edit Live Photos, images can now be taken with optical image stabilisation, True Tone flash and HDR, to ensure
These also come with a new image signal proces- sor and a quad-LED true tone flash that is 50 per cent brighter than the iPhone 6s.
A True Tone flash improves low light shots and document scanning.
If you're one of those people, the Pro also brings the True Tone Flash and Retina (forward facing) Flash to the iPad, the latter ensuring that there will be no lack of selfies on this device.
"iPhone SE is packed with a stunning four-inch Retina display, advanced 64-bit A9 chip with M9 motion co-processor, longer battery life, 12-megapixel iSight camera with True Tone flash, Live Photos, 4K video, faster LTE and Wi-Fi, and Touch ID with Apple Pay.
Apple also announced improvements to its True Tone flash system for rear camera photos, claiming improved color accuracy to match the color of the ambient light in the room.