iSight is the name Apple uses for the rear-facing cameras on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Currently, the most advanced iSight camera is the one on the iPhone 5s. It includes a bigger sensor with 1.5 micron pixels and an f/2.2 aperture. It's also includes an intelligent burst mode, a dual LED with white and amber elements, electronic image stabilization to reduce blur, and slow mo mode lets you record 720p video at a silky smooth 120fps.
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Tap to focus, tap to balance, turn on grid lines, turn off geolocation — with the Camera app for iPhone and iPad, you can have your photos your way!
If you need to quickly edit or share your shots, don't waste time switching to the Photos app, do it right in Camera!
The Camera app can take video — up to 4K or 60fps! — but it can also take slow motion, time lapse, and more!
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