Deep Fusion Mode to Arrive with iOS 13.2 Beta For iPhone 11 Series
Apple has been calling this deep fusion mode as a revolution in cameras department. The company showcased this feature during the launch of the iPhone 11. This deep fusion technology works with the neural engine present in the A13 Bionic chip. With the help of machine learning, the camera will click four frames even before you hit the shutter button, four after you click on shutter and one long exposure shot. Later all these frames are combined to give an enhanced image.
Apple has touted iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max with this technology. Users are expected to get this feature by downloading the iOS 13.2 beta version. There is no particular enable or disable option for this deep fusion mode.
Phil Schiller, Apple’s Senior Vice President has stated that this feature will be available in both light and dark times, unlike HDR. The HDR mode is restricted only when there is light, if you switch on the flashlight on your device then HDR gets switched off automatically but deep fusion will work in both light and dark times without any hassle.
The nine frame shots image will be perfectly detailed, sharp and looks more natural than usual. The image processing will change depending upon the subject of the picture. This Deep Fusion will take the whole picture taking the experience to the next level. It processes every pixel, optimizes it for texture and enhances the details that are present in each image. This way the image will get a completely natural look.
Schiller termed this feature as “computation photography mad science.” Deep Fusion from Apple is indeed going to create a revolution in smartphone cameras.