Packed inside the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is a new iSight camera with new sensors and focus pixels which allows for autofocusing up to twice as fast. Panorama photos can now include up to 43 megapixels in each photo. The big story here is the iPhone 6 Plus’s camera, which will support optical image stabilization. Rather than relying only on digital image stabilization, the camera borrows a technique from DSLR cameras allowing the sensor to move up and down and side to side.

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus also pack in improvements to the video with support for 1080p shooting at 60fps or 30fps. Slow-motion video can be captures at 240fps or 120fps. The front camera also enjoys new features including burst mode and single shot HRD mode.

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