First iPhone 7 Plus Photos From the Titans-Vikings Game

First iPhone 7 Plus Photos From the Titans-Vikings Game

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Apple let Sports Illustrated use the iPhone 7 Plus to take some pre-release photos at the Titans-Vikings game.

On Sunday, Sports Illustrated photographer David E. Klutho took photos with the new iPhone 7 Plus camera at the Titans-Vikings game. The iPhone 7 Plus has a 12–megapixel telephoto camera that offers new zooming capabilities. Each new model also features a wider aperture and a lens that allows the camera to capture brighter and more vibrant colors in photos and videos.

Check out a few of the photos taken below and hit the link for more! Let us know what you think in the comments.

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First iPhone 7 Plus Photos From the Titans-Vikings Game

First iPhone 7 Plus Photos From the Titans-Vikings Game

First iPhone 7 Plus Photos From the Titans-Vikings Game

First iPhone 7 Plus Photos From the Titans-Vikings Game
Ashward - September 12, 2016 at 1:27pm
Lol. Can't believe the number of idiots discussing about the iphone camera here. Anyone noticed the sexy cheerleaders in blue? Wow. Hot. :)
Assward - September 12, 2016 at 2:04pm
Coming from someone who's acting like the idiot over people saying what the main focus of the overall article is! Why else is it bought up here?
UShouldBcalledAZZHat - September 12, 2016 at 2:18pm
Easily floored by photo's of girls. Wow!! There's plenty on the internet homeboy! This room is for technical comments, so technically you are a mor0N..
scott l - September 12, 2016 at 1:03pm
Not bad for a phone in your pocket, but far from professional images. Too high contrast, all details lost in the blacks, highlights blown out. Way too saturated colors. Yes, they look "crips" and "clear", but thats the physics of tiny sensors and tiny lenses, a deep depth of field with everything in focus. Convenient as a memory capturing device, but not a professional tool.
Seka - September 12, 2016 at 4:20pm
The day you start seeing a DSLR camera with an integrated phone, then your critic (although valid) will have more weight. In the meantime, I think it is a very good camera for a smartphone, even better for many point & shoot cameras.
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