Apple recently launched the iPhone 13 Series in Apple’s September event alongside the iPad, iPad Mini, and the Apple Watch. The iPhone 13 Pro comes with exceptional cameras, and Doctor Tommy Korn has put this camera for medical use.
In a LinkedIn post, Doctor Tommy Korn, an ophthalmologist and digital health innovation specialist at Sharp Healthcare in San Diego, shared how he used the Macro camera of the iPhone 13 Pro to monitor the eyes of a patient who recently went through surgery.
Doctor Korn used it for a week and shared the samples, and the camera has captured good images with a lot of details. After using for more than a week, the doctor said:
“Been using the iPhone 13 Pro Max for MACRO eye photos this week. Impressed. Will innovate patient eye care & telemedicine.Looking forward to seeing where it goes.”
Cameras are one department the iPhone 13 has improved in, especially the Pro models. You should know that the iPhone 13 Pro does not have a dedicated macro camera and uses computational photography to achieve these shots. Users can focus on an object as close as two centimetres from the camera, and the camera will shoot sharp images.
As you near an object, the camera shifts from the primary lens to the ultra-wide lens has an f/1.8 aperture with a 120-degree field of view. Everything else is enabled through software, and you can get very stunning macro shots.
People constantly innovate and put technology to good use. That is what all of us like to see. Let us know what you think about the Macro cameras of the iPhone 13 Pro/Max. Stay tuned to Oyprice and subscribe to our YouTube channel for regular news and updates until then.