Whole thing was shot on iPhone 7 and 7 Plus cameras. If you can, look at his example photos on a display with wide color gamut. Mann on the 7 Plus 56 mm camera:
It works exactly as I hoped. It is super quick to switch between
lenses, even while you are rolling video. As seen in the video
above, jumping from 1× to 2× while recording can be a great way to
punch in and emphasize a detail.
In terms of quality, I found the 2× zoom lens to be equally as
sharp as the iPhone wide-angle we’re accustomed to. However, I do
not recommend the digital zoom beyond 2×. The quality of digital
zoom degrades quickly and I find it unusable for photography
(although it’s actually kind of nice as an animal spotting tool).
The 2× works in ALL modes (photo, video, time-lapse, slo-mo, and
even pano), which surprised me. I didn’t expect it in each mode,
and I really enjoyed shooting 2× panos, capturing extra detail in
the area of the landscape I found most interesting.
Shooting photos is one thing; finding them and sharing them is
another. The new Photos app in iOS 10 has a great search feature
(the magnifying glass at top right) that hasn’t been talked
I’ve found this feature to be very powerful and way beyond what I
expected. For starters, I can search for a location like “Lake
Kivu” to see all the photos I took on the lake. But going further,
I can search for “tree” or “mountain” and immediately see all
images containing trees or mountains. Even further still, I can
search for “palm tree” and it accurately displays palm trees I’ve
photographed in the last week.