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  1. s20 ultra has x5 optical so x100 digital is a fail while,the image is pixelated too much(the promo video looks ok, but in real life is almost crap). P40 pro would have a proper x100 digital based on real x10 optical.

  2. interesting trick however it's not the same thing, as it relies on hardware to achieve that 100x zoom something that the iPhone 11 pro does not have. you doing this is an equivalent to buying an old rt challenger and slapping a hellcat badge on it????????‍♂️

  3. A lot of uses, here are a few:
    If you want to take a picture of an animal on a tree or a deer that is 50 ft away, or some awsome bird on the street cables. I don’t know where you live but here in Costa Rica this situations happen to me everyday.
    2. If you are in a sport event, and wanna take a pic of a player on the field. Or in a concert.
    3. If you are in an industry, i’m chemical engineer, and i often have to take pictures of the gauge of a pipe, or the HP of a pump

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