The dual camera on the IPhone 7 Plus is a new and powerful option for photographers seeking an alternative to DSLR’s. Low-light photos are so much better than they used to be because the wide-angle f/1.8 aperture lens lets in a lot more light than the f/2.2 lens on the iPhone 6. Portrait mode switches to the zoomed-in, 56mm-equivalent, 6.6mm “telephoto” lens. The camera will attempt to detect your subject, and then if the lighting conditions are right, you’ll see a live preview that keeps your subject sharp while blurring the background with a lovely bokeh effect. A little label pops up on the screen to say “Depth Effect” so you know you’ve got it, and you’ll get a warning if there isn’t enough light. Color rendering is excellent and burst mode is fantastic for capturing action shots. Here are some recent shots I took with the Iphone 7 and a link to an excellent overview of the features by dpreviews. Enjoy!!