Deep Fusion

Unlike a standard photo taken by a smartphone, which typically involves snapping a single image, Deep Fusion activates even before you press the shutter button. It utilizes Apple’s computational photography techniques to capture a series of images at different exposures. As soon as you tap the shutter, Deep Fusion has already taken four short images and four secondary images.

Once the shutter is pressed, one long-exposure image is captured. The system then analyses these multiple images, down to the pixel level, selecting the best from each and assembling them into a single photo. Deep Fusion prioritizes the short-exposure images, which are less susceptible to motion blur, to maintain the highest level of detail possible.

Richard Goodwin

Richard Goodwin has been working as a tech journalist for over 10 years. He has written for Den of Geek, Fortean Times, IT PRO, PC Pro, ALPHR, and many other technology sites. He is the editor and owner of KnowYourMobile.

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