Photos of the Milky Way taken with the iPhone 14 Pro

Photos of the Milky Way taken with the iPhone 14 Pro

One of the rumors related to Apple’s new iPhone series that has gone most unnoticed concerns a sort of astrophotography function. Apparently, though, users are showing what the iPhone 14 Pro camera, taking wonderful photos of the Milky Way as seen from here. Eyes on the sky then, to immerse yourself in one of the most fascinating features of the new Apple smartphone.

iPhone 14 Pro: the camera captures the Milky Way

In these days ToddHa user of the MacRumors forum, shared a number of wonderful ones photo of the Milky Way. From what he says, they were taken with an iPhone 14 Pro‌ Max in night modewith the maximum exposure time of 30 seconds available in the Camera App. Shoot at ISO 12500 and ISO 10000 using the from setting 12 MP – night mode‌ is not available with 48 MP -, images use Apple’s ProRAW format. Even if they were later modified with the mobile version of Lightroom.

iPhone 14 Pro cameraCredits: MacRumors

To get the shot, ToddH says he attached the phone to a tripod. And to have used a Skywatcher tracking device which moves in the opposite direction to the Earth’s rotation. In this way he managed to make the iPhone 14 Pro camera appear still sky, so as to avoid blurring in the photos. A system that seems to have inspired many users. On the other hand, it was since the days of the iPhone 13 that there were rumors of an astrography function, but Apple has never really announced anything like this.

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