This Is How the New Apple iPad Snaps Pictures And Video

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The New iPad (it seems like we’ll have to get used of this name) — that is the third iteration, 2012 model — also sports an improved camera alongside the so-called “Retina Display”, the improved A5X processor with quad-core graphics and LTE radio.

This new camera is one of five-megapixels and has a back-illuminated sensor. The five-element lens and the infra-red filter make sure that pictures will look good (that is iPhone 4S-good). It is also now able to record video in 1080p format but just how good the camera is? Apple has posted a couple of sample shots on their website together with some videos recorded with the iPad 2 follow-up. Check them out at the source link below and let us know of your thoughts. It’s always good to have a quality camera handy but except those once in a year situations, would you snap pics with your tablet?

Source: Apple

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