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iPhone 5 All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Barbara Boyd, Joe Hutsko

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Chapter 1: Capturing and Sharing Photos and Videos with Camera

In This Chapter

check.png Snapping a picture with Camera

check.png Taking in the panorama

check.png Focusing, flashing, and zooming

check.png Turning the lens on yourself

check.png Recording a video with Camera

check.png Editing photos and trimming videos

check.png Storing and sharing with Photo Stream

The Camera app on your iPhone takes advantage of two objective lenses on your iPhone. One is the 8-megapixel still and video camera (on iPhone 4S and 5; 5-megapixel on iPhone 4) on the back that takes regular photos and 240-degree panoramic photos plus high definition videos, both with LED flash. The other is the 1.2-megapixel still camera that also shoots 720 pixel HD video on the front of your iPhone so you can take self-portraits and use FaceTime, your iPhone’s video chat app. All the functions ...

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