Experts thoroughly review how much the `` iPhone 11 Pro Max '' camera has
Apple's “ iPhone 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max ” has been the subject of having the iPhone's first triple camera and is said to have greatly improved camera functions. DXOMARK , a media company specializing in reviews for smartphone cameras and digital cameras, has released the results of reviews using iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max camera review-DXOMARK
The iPhone 11 Pro Max is equipped with a 13mm super wide-angle camera, in addition to a wide-angle and telephoto camera with the same focal length as the iPhone XS Max dual camera. In addition, using the new image processing system ' Deep Fusion ' enabled by the Neural Engine of the A13 Bionic chip, 'optimizing the texture, details and noise of the entire photo' by 'processing in the pixel unit of the photo' Is possible.
To review the camera performance of the iPhone 11 Pro Max, DXOMARK engineers photographed in a variety of scenes, including controlled indoor environments, normal indoor environments, and outdoors. The number of photos taken for review exceeded 1600, and it was said that the movie was actually shot for more than 2 hours to confirm the movie performance.
The results of scoring of photos and movies by DXOMARK are as follows. The photo score is 124, the movie score is 102, and the total score is 117. DXOMARK says that the iPhone 11 Pro Max camera is best for taking still images because of its high photo score, but the movie score is also the highest score among smartphone cameras.
Although it is difficult to understand how much the rating is not good with the result of iPhone 11 Pro Max alone that is not compared, this is the top score ranking of smartphones reviewed by DXOMARK. The iPhone 11 Pro Max score of 117 is second only to the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition.
This is the score details of Huawei Mate 30 Pro. The photo score is much higher than 132 and iPhone 11 Pro Max, but the movie score is slightly lower than iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition score is below image. Not all items of the photo score exceed the iPhone 11 Pro Max, but the items such as exposure (Exposure) and the amount of artifacts (Artifacts) are increasing to the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
What DXOMARK highly appreciates about the iPhone 11 Pro Max is that it provides the right exposure under a wide range of light conditions and the color is good. In the indoor environment, a greenish hue was sometimes seen, but the overall hue was very pleasant. DXOMARK commented that the slightly yellowish tint is also suitable for portraits.
The following images are photos taken from the left with the iPhone 11 Pro Max, Huawei Mate 30 Pro, and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. While photos taken with the iPhone 11 Pro Max have a warm hue, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has a cool hue. DXOMARK states that all three devices offer excellent color rendering, but the iPhone 11 Pro Max seems to be doing its best.
DXOMARK also evaluated that Deep Fusion, which is now available on the new iPhone 11/11 Pro / 11 Pro Max camera, 'remarkably improved photo details and texture'. On the other hand, details are overlooked in very dark places and noise is seen in many lighting conditions. Unfortunately, it is not the best smartphone camera.
The following images were taken of landscape photos of the same place on three devices, and from the left are iPhone 11 Pro Max, Huawei Mate 30 Pro, and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. Enlarging the part surrounded by a red frame ...
It looks like this. The Huawei Mate 30 Pro reflects the best detail of the three, but the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which has a smaller image sensor, is also quite good. DXOMARK pointed out that Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is the loudest of the three.
DXOMARK points out that there is a camera that realizes a better blur mode than the iPhone 11 Pro Max, while stating that 'bokeh mode' used in the following images also showed 'good results'.
Regarding the telephoto camera, while admiting that 'image quality during zooming is improved and the shooting results at close distances are very good', zooming over longer distances increases noise and makes details look suspicious. DXOMARK says that when shooting with a telephoto camera, the camera has not reached the level of Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
On the other hand, regarding the newly installed ultra-wide-angle camera, it was evaluated that “the image quality is good, but it is far from what was taken with the main camera like most other devices”. Still, color rendering and dynamic range are no problem, the texture is better than some competitors, and the distortion of the face seen at the edge of the screen is also well controlled.
DXOMARK commented that the movie shot with iPhone 11 Pro Max is the best seen with a smartphone camera and is comparable to Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition. It has a very wide dynamic range, good exposure under most conditions, comfortable color rendering, and excellent movie autofocus. It seems that white balance may become unstable when shooting indoors, but it seems that the evaluation was sufficiently high considering this.
Below, you can see movies that DXOMARK actually shot outdoors using iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max, outdoor video-YouTube
Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max, outdoor video, panning-YouTube
DXOMARK appreciates the iPhone 11 Pro Max camera as a whole, and the newly installed ultra-wide-angle lens is “one of the widest field of view we have seen. 'Comment. He mentioned that long-distance zoom performance and blur mode are not at the highest level, but can be recommended for users who are not a priority or who are used to the iOS ecosystem.