The camera that mounts the new iPhone 12 Pro Max is arguably the most advanced and the one that offers the greatest possibilities of any camera in the history of iPhones. Its functionality is superior to that of the iPhone 12. Simply, because of the physical space.
Yes Sebastiaan from Avec, photography specialist and creator of the Halide photo application, has just published an interesting review of the iPhone 12 Pro Max camera on his blog. Let’s see what you think.
Sebastiaan de With, developer of the iOS photo app Halide, generally analyzes the cameras that Apple mounts on its iPhones, to be able to later squeeze them as much as possible in its photographic applications.
And how could it be otherwise, he just did it with the new camera iPhone 12 Pro Maxarguably the most complete camera in Apple history.
De With posted his thoughts on his own blog. He explains that he was very surprised by the large sensor display of the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which is 47% larger than the sensor of the iPhone 11 Pro. The sensor lets in more light, so logically the results are better.
The first thing that stands out is that during the day, with good lighting, there isn’t much of a difference between the camera sensor of the iPhone 12 Pro and that of the iPhone 12 Pro Max. If you have a lot of light, this larger sensor size doesn’t matter much.
In lower lighting conditions, such as at sunset is when the difference in the sensor is noticeable from one iPhone to another. And that’s even more noticeable in RAW photos, where Apple’s software algorithms don’t work and leave more noise in captures than the camera with the smaller sensor.
He says shooting in low light also helps improve directly to the sensor stabilizer of the iPhone 12 Pro Max. You can handle longer shutter times in manual mode like a DSLR, and de With loved that.
Finish your article making sure that The iPhone 12 Pro Max’s camera takes a huge leap forward In terms of image quality and configuration possibilities, similar to SLR cameras, especially for advanced photographers.