The A13 Bionic CPU and a new, improved front camera also mean better selfies and slightly faster Face ID In addition to it three rear-facing cameras, Apple’s iPhone 11 family has added several new photo and video features designed to improve the shooting experience and final results for both beginning and advanced photographers and videographers.
Ultra wide Cameras
Both the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro features ultra-wide cameras on the back. 12-megapixel sensors, with an ultrawide 13mm f/2.4 and regular wide 26mm f/1.8, while the Pro and Pro Max add a 2x telephoto at 52mm f/2. Iphone 11 can be purchased online from https://www.apple.com/ca/shop/buy-iphone/iphone-11
The wide and telephoto cameras are more sensitive to light than last year’s iPhone XS, with a higher maximum ISO. That would definitely help with the new iPhone camera night mode that merges many shots together to get a cleaner, brighter photo.
Much faster minimum exposure time of 1/125,000 of a second.
iPhone 11 has 5x digital zoom, the Pro has 10x digital zoom. That means that you can take a picture from a distance and still have it look good. If you get a regular iPhone 11 instead of a Pro or Pro Max, you’ll still get to enjoy many of the new features like Night Mode and an improved Portrait Mode.