Apple announced at its first event of the year the new range of iPad Pro with M1 (2021), and among its great novelties, the use of the M1 chip in this device stands out for the first time, assimilating to the configurations of the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini and now iMac.
However, it is possible that another series of novelties that go beyond pure design and which can be found inside may have gone unnoticed. This is the case with the potential of its cameras, as Sebastiaan de With quotes in the publication With.
Apparently, the cameras in the iPad Pro (2021) would have some real superpowers when it comes to handling photos in macro mode, with the ability to focus objects much closer to the lens than the iPhone to get all kinds of details.
To achieve these results, it is recommended to use apps that allow you to use focus manually or activate a macro mode that can lock the focus, otherwise the camera will constantly try to focus. on the map automatically.
The fields of view of the iPad Pro appear to be different from those offered by the iPhone 12. This means that you get a 28mm and 14mm lens for the wide and ultra wide, while those of the iPhones remain at 26. mm and 13 mm respectively.
Following the new discovery, the developers of the camera application Halide, widely used by mobile photography professionals. Among its most notable features is the ability to change exposure and manual focus with a small slide.
In fact, Halide’s professional tools are among the most powerful with 14-bit RAW XDR (Extended Dynamic Range) views, magnifying focus assist, histograms, an adaptive level grid, and manual image capture. RAW depth.
Take a look at our special on the best apps to edit photos with iPad.