One of the most notable upgrades for the iPhone 14 Pro camera system is the primary lens being increased to 48MP with what Apple calls a quad-pixel sensor. However, the camera does not take 12MP images. Read on for more information about how to use the 48MP iPhone 14 Pro camera.
With a single image of up to 100MB, you will want to get the full 48MP resolution main camera on the iPhone 14 Pro.
When it comes to capture the most of the detail possible, making cultivation ideal by using the full power of the main iPhone 14 Pro camera is critical.
Apple claims that the iPad is capable of shooting ProRAW at 48MP with an unprecedented level of detail, allowing for further creative workflows.
How to use 48MP iPhone 14 Pro camera
Note: Each image sizes for 48MP range from 75 to 100MB+.
When you open the default camera Settings > Camera > Preserve Settings > Apple ProRAW, you may also reserve the ProRAW setting to on in the camera app instead of resetting to available but off.
Here''s how this is done on iPhone 14 Pro:
Apple''s ProRAW program should include 48MP as the default resolution for the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max (this is an optional tap to return to 12MP for ProRAW).
Make sure that when you take a picture with the default Camera app, the photographer does not clear out the footage.
After taking a photo, you may confirm youre shooting with the full 48MP 8064 x 6048 resolution. This image for example is 83.9MB.
What do you think of the option to shoot 48MP ProRAW images with the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max? Share your thoughts in the comments!