Check Out These Beautiful Outdoor Photos Taken With the New iPhone 7 Plus

Check Out These Beautiful Outdoor Photos Taken With the New iPhone 7 Plus

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Outside has named the iPhone 7 Plus as the year's best new adventure camera. Photographer Jakob Schiller was tasked with putting the new smartphone's camera to test.

To review the camera in the new iPhone 7 Plus, I chased Outside editors up rivers, down dusty singletrack, through the woods, and into classic New Mexican burrito joints. Over four days of in-the-field testing, I’ve found it to be the best small, lightweight camera you can get for the money, ideal for shooting outdoor adventures when you don’t want to lug around pounds of heavy equipment.

Check out a couple photos from their adventure below or hit the link for the full gallery. You may also want to see these photos from the Titans-Viking game and the US Open.

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Check Out These Beautiful Outdoor Photos Taken With the New iPhone 7 Plus

Check Out These Beautiful Outdoor Photos Taken With the New iPhone 7 Plus

Check Out These Beautiful Outdoor Photos Taken With the New iPhone 7 Plus

Check Out These Beautiful Outdoor Photos Taken With the New iPhone 7 Plus
Jon Ivy - September 15, 2016 at 6:18am
I think if you needed a better camera, than the 7 plus is for you. If not, no reason to bother
apfelstreudel - September 15, 2016 at 4:26am
Good. Maybe because of careful choice of subject, but the typical clipping of highlights and shadows is absent in these examples, and they have some artistic merit, as well-- not a super amount, but a credible amount. Surely the photogs know this already. Keep shooting, boys and girls. You are on the right track.
AlexBV96 - September 14, 2016 at 7:07pm
It looks like on my freakin 5S. Honestly. Nothing special.
JackMC46 - September 14, 2016 at 7:46pm
Not even close. I see a bit of noise on my 5s with too much bright light or too dark because of the focus.
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snarkblott - September 15, 2016 at 4:05am
Dynamic range-- the iPhone camera clips highlights and shadows. If you are serious, get the LightRoom app, which allows you to shoot in RAW format. Then you can edit a more comprehensive file and dial in highlights and shadows, assuming you've exposed optimally.
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