Deep Fusion uses machine learning to capture more data within an image.
It seems we won't be waiting much longer, as Deep Fusion is debuting for the first time in the latest iOS 13 developer betas making the rounds today.
The new technology, which promises to deliver some of the most detailed photos you've ever shot on a smartphone, was first previewed at the iPhone 11 event last month.
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Nilay Patel notes that unlike Night Mode, Deep Fusion will not alert users when it is turned on and that it will not work with the ultra wide lens, only the wide and telephoto cameras.
The four longer exposures are combined once, then that result is compared against the best of the short-exposed images. You don't need to activate Deep Fusion manually; your iPhone will know when it's required and it just goes to work.
Deep Fusion will add about a second or so to shooting time, though you won't be kept staring at a photo as it processes - again, all that happens in the background, so you can move right along to the next photo op. You don't even get an indicator in the Camera app to tell you it's working its magic.
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We look forward to testing out the feature and see how it stacks up.
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