One of the major changes to the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro is the improved camera. In addition to new and improved lenses and
In Apple style, the new Night mode is very easy to use. The mode copes well in poor lighting conditions, but it also has limitations, which we will discuss below.
Night Mode Limitations on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro
- The night shooting mode on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro is not supported by an ultra-wide angle lens. It works only on the main 12 MP and telephoto lens.
- Manual mode cannot be activated. The camera automatically activates Night mode when there is insufficient light in the frame.
- The front camera of smartphones does not support Night mode.
- It is not recommended to photograph moving objects with Night Mode.
- Best of all, Night Mode works when shooting using a tripod or stand.
How to use Night Mode on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro
Step 1: Open the Camera app
If you are in a poorly lit room or in a darkstreet, then in the upper left corner of the Camera application an icon with the moon will appear. If the moon is yellow, it means that the Night mode is activated automatically. Next to the icon there will be an exposure time: from 1s to 10s. If the moon is gray, it means that the Night mode is available, but not turned on.
Step 2: take a photo
In most cases, just enoughpress the capture button to take a photo. The exposure time can be from 1s to 10s, so the process will be longer than normal shooting. A countdown will appear above the shooting button. Try not to move your smartphone while shooting.
Step 3: Set Night Mode
You can manually increase or decrease the time.exposure. To do this, touch the moon icon and set the time above the shooting button using the slider that appears there. The maximum time depends on the degree of illumination. If you place your smartphone on a tripod or stand, the maximum time will increase to 30s.
The slider also has buttons for automatically selecting exposure and choosing the maximum option.