Apple’s latest iPod Touch 6th Generation offers a front and rear camera, and allows users to video record to capture the perfect moment. The iPod Touch camera features are highlighted in the content below.
The iPod Touch is a pretty handy device, not only is it useful for listening to music, playing the latest video games, and watching movies or TV shows, users can also take advantage of its many amenities offered on the iCamera.
To start off, the latest updated version of the 4-inch Retina display iPod Touch offers stunning pictures and videos using the new iCamera which features slo-mo and burst mode. The slo-mo feature allows the user to shoot HD video at 120 fps in 720p. While burst mode allows the user to take good selfies and group portraits, this feature allows users to take up to 10 continuous photos per second.
The iSight Camera offers these features: an 8 megapixel rear camera with autofocus, five- element lens, Hybrid IR filter, backside illumination, improved face detection, exposure control, panorama (up to 43MP), burst mode, tap to focus, photo geotagging over Wi-Fi, and a timer mode.
The Video Recording offers these features: 1080p HD video recording (30 fps), tap to focus while recording, slo-mo video (120 fps), time-lapse video, cinematic video stabilization, improved face detection, 3X zoom, and video geotagging over Wi-Fi.
The FaceTime HD Camera offers these features: 1.2MP photos, ƒ/2.2 aperture, 720p HD video recording, backside illumination sensor, auto HDR for photos and videos, improved face detection, burst mode, exposure control, and timer mode.
More features for the iPod touch 6th generation include the A8 Chip with 64 bit architecture, and the M8 motion coprocessor to assist in delivering longer performance in whatever task the iPod Touch is put in motion to carry out. The pixel resolution on the iPod Touch is 1136 x 640 at 326 ppi, and it has a Multi-Touch IPS technology with fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating. Not to mention the easy to carry iPod comes in six vibrant colors to sport.
Source info: apple
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