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From Portrait Mode and Portrait Lighting to dual optical image stabilization, here are the best camera features on the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X.

Apple's iPhone X has dual rear cameras with dual optical image stabilization. The only other phone with dual OIS is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 .

The iPhone X comes with dual rear cameras: A standard wide-angle camera and a telephoto camera. The telephoto lens on the X has an aperture of f/2.4, compared to f/2.8 on the telephoto lens of the iPhone 8 Plus.

From Portrait Mode and Portrait Lighting to dual optical image stabilization, here are the best camera features on the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X.

Apple's iPhone X has dual rear cameras with dual optical image stabilization. The only other phone with dual OIS is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 .

The iPhone X comes with dual rear cameras: A standard wide-angle camera and a telephoto camera. The telephoto lens on the X has an aperture of f/2.4, compared to f/2.8 on the telephoto lens of the iPhone 8 Plus.

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From Portrait Mode and Portrait Lighting to dual optical image stabilization, here are the best camera features on the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X.

Apple's iPhone X has dual rear cameras with dual optical image stabilization. The only other phone with dual OIS is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 .

The iPhone X comes with dual rear cameras: A standard wide-angle camera and a telephoto camera. The telephoto lens on the X has an aperture of f/2.4, compared to f/2.8 on the telephoto lens of the iPhone 8 Plus.

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It will work on the iPhone 8 Plus ( $1,129.99 at Amazon.com ) and iPhone X ( $1,099.99 at Best Buy ) . But it's unlikely the feature will come to the iPhone 7 Plus since it uses the older A10 processor.

From the Camera app, swipe between modes until you land on Portrait. Frame your subject. Then, using the Portrait Lighting effects dial at the bottom of the screen, choose the look you want and take the picture.

Yes, but the photo has to be taken in Portrait mode -- you can't add a Portrait Lighting effect to a photo that was taken in the default camera mode.



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