Utilizing the iPhone 7 Plus’s two 12-megapixel rear cameras – one with a 28mm wide-angle lens and the other with a 56mm telephoto lens – Klutho’s photos are tack sharp with great color reproduction, results certain to delight photography enthusiasts who’re planning on going for the larger iPhone.
SI is the first outlet to publish photos #shotoniphone7plus!
by David Klutho, more: https://t.co/TOsU6BgvY8 pic.twitter.com/cEvaXB9lZ4
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) September 12, 2016
The smaller iPhone 7 also features an improved camera, though it lacks the second (telephoto) lens seen on the Plus.
Both devices promise better shots in low light compared to earlier iterations of the iPhone, though Klutho’s football shots don’t offer any examples.
Professional photographers will be pleased to learn that the iPhone 7 also supports RAW image format – the first iPhone to do so – enabling more control when editing images.
Related: iPhone 7 and 7 Plus – everything you need to know
The Apple boss was ridiculed earlier this year when he tweeted a somewhat lousy image snapped during the post-match celebrations at the Super Bowl. Netizens wasted little time in mocking Cook, with one asking if the picture was taken with a toaster and another suggesting he switch to using a Samsung Galaxy device instead. Cook later deleted the blurry photo.