What does the HDR button mean on the iPhone 4 camera


The HDR on the new iOS 4.1 operating system for the iPhone 4 stands for High Dynamic Range photography. Three exposures are taken in rapid succession and processed into one. This allows for greater ranges of brightness. HDR on means this mode is on.

What is HDR for the camera of the iPhone 4

Apple released HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography in iOS 4.1. iPhone 4 owners can now benefit from this new feature to take brighter photos in darker settings. Apple gained access to HDR technology according to MacRumors through an acquisition of a small company in the UK. But what is more important is how much value HDR brings to iPhone 4 owners. Arstechnica tested the iPhone 4 HDR feature in detail and published an interesting review that looks at what can HDR achieve on the iPhone 4.

Is there a app that can make your iPhone 3G camera better

Fast Tap Camera 1.3 - This app fills a void in the iPhone camera's repertoire: burst mode. Though Fast Tap in burst mode reduces the resolution of pictures, it's neat to be able to take a sequence of images in rapid succession.

What does HDR stand for on the iPhone

In image processing, computer graphics, and photography, high dynamic range imaging (HDRI or just HDR) is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminance between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than current standard digital imaging techniques or photographic methods. HDR is commonly used in iPhones for imaging.

6 Responses to “What does the HDR button mean on the iPhone 4 camera”

What does hdr mean on the iPhone camera?

By maggarwa November 24th, 2012 at 04:09:28

Panasonic Lumix GF2 http://www.digitalcamerareview.c…http://www.quora.com/What-is-the-best-Micro-4-3-or-Bridge-Camera-with-Video-HDR

By smelly November 24th, 2012 at 06:03:42

The iPhone 4G’s camera does not have a physical shutter, but the camera application’s onscreen equivalent can freeze-up if there are too many applications running in the background. A hard reset resolves camera-shutter issues by forcing the…http://www.ehow.com/how_12027579_fix-iphone-4gs-camera-shutter-its-not-opening.html

By SmileyR November 24th, 2012 at 08:46:32

Your iPhone 4 can function as a basic digital camera when you need to take pictures. Learn basic iPhone setup and iPhone tips from an Apple Certified Macintosh Technician in this free video.

By jankoalek November 24th, 2012 at 10:52:31

what do you think is the these 3 options: Sony HDR-SR11, Sony HDR-SR12 or JVC gz-hd6? what do you think is best quality HD camera of the best quality camera of these 3 options

By alboking November 24th, 2012 at 13:20:05

What’s wrong with my iPhone 4? so I have a very big problem with my iPhone…the camera. At times it works and at times it doesn’t. Sometimes (1/20) it works. And the rest of the time it just stays at the camera screen….the rotating works, but it wont show the actually picture. You know what I mean? And also, when it DOES work, I can’t see the buttons to: use HDR, change camera, or to change flash settings…the flash doesn’t work either. I downloaded this flashlight app, and it still won’t work. So, it was a hand-me-down iPhone. I got it when it was still in great shape. Still is! People have told me to respring my device, and it still doesn’t work. I can’t afford to bring it to the AT&T store because it’s jailbroken and it’s on a T-Mobile service…the problem started when I was at a wedding, I filmed a 9 minute video, and the screen just totally froze on me. So I decided to restart the iPhone, no luck. That’s when it broke. It’s a 14 gigabyte iPhone, with 7 gigabytes of music, and another 3 gigabytes of games. 2 gigabytes misc. I don’t know what happened, but ever since the wedding the camera’s totally gone down to hell.

By DarwinsMessenge November 24th, 2012 at 16:13:13

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