New Dual Camera iPhones to Support Dual Optical Image Stabilization?

New Dual Camera iPhones to Support Dual Optical Image Stabilization?

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Apple is planning bring optical image stabilization to both lenses on its 2017 dual camera iPhones, reports KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The iPhone 7 Plus only has optical image stabilization on its wide angle lens.

Kuo says that the telephoto lens will be redesigned to add support for the feature.

We believe Apple will add OIS function to the telephoto CCM in order to enhance the selling points of next year’s new iPhone. We think photo quality and optical zoom range may both improve as a result. We expect the telephoto lens will be redesigned to support OIS in the telephoto CCM, with challenges likely coming from: (1) the need to increase the image circle of the telephoto lens, which will lead to longer calibration time and a more complex assembly processes; and (2) a redesign of the telephoto lens, as an increased image circle will result in degraded photo quality around the corners.

It's believed that Apple will release a dual lens 5.5-inch LCD iPhone and a dual lens 5.7-5.8 inch OLED iPhone with a 5.1-5.2 inch active area in 2017. The 4.7-inch LCD iPhone will have just a single lens camera.

Largan Precision is said to remain the exclusive provider of 6P and telephoto lens for next year's new iPhones.

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New Dual Camera iPhones to Support Dual Optical Image Stabilization?
Tao Pai Pai - November 17, 2016 at 10:05pm
Hasawafano, this pisses me off like always. The plus sucks and it's expensive. That's all I can say.
Ke.x - November 18, 2016 at 1:14pm
Is 'hadawafano' in Japanese?
MUKAI - November 17, 2016 at 6:52pm
Which is GARBAGE!!
Ke.x - November 17, 2016 at 4:47pm
Where is our Japanese expert Tao Pai Pai? We need you here!
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