One of the new camera features on the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro is the ability to quickly switch between focal lengths using the main camera and set your own value default. Let's see how to set up and switch focal lengths of the iPhone 15 Pro camera.
The default for the main camera on the 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max is focal length distance is 24mm (1x zoom), but if you prefer, you can set the main camera to the default 28mm or 35mm.
We'll look at how to do this first. quickly switch the focal length, and then adjust the setting.
- Related: iPhone 15 Camera vs. iPhone 15 Pro Camera: What's Different?
How to switch iPhone 15 Pro camera focal length
- Open the native Camera app on your iPhone 15 Pro
- Press the 1x zoom button to quickly switch between 24, 28 and 35mm focal lengths (equivalent to 1x, 1.2x and 1.5x zoom).
- You can also Press and hold the 1x zoom button to manually pan the image. between focal lengths
How to customize iPhone 15 Pro focal lengths distance
- Open the Settings app on iPhone 15 Pro
- Swipe down and select Camera
- Swipe down again and tap Main Camera
- You can now select 24, 28 or 35mm as the default main camera lens
- You can also turn off the 28mm or 35mm focal length if you prefer not to have it appear as a quick selection.
Here's what the iPhone 15 Pro camera focal length setting looks like:
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