iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and Pro Max take great photos. To show this, Apple has been collecting images from photographers around the world. And they can really be seen.
All versions of the iPhone 12 have good prerequisites for this: advanced sensors, large bezels for more light and the powerful A14 chipset enable fantastic images. In conjunction with well-coordinated software, atmospheric photos can be taken even in the bleakest of surroundings.
iPhone 12 (Mini): Double camera with a lot of performance
The standard model and the iPhone 12 mini have a dual camera with a standard lens and an ultra-wide-angle lens. Both have a resolution of 12 MP and an aperture of 1: 1.6. Compared to the iPhone 11, the cameras in the new Apple smartphones capture around 27% more light. In the context of Smart HDR and Deep Fusion, iPhone 12 photos shine with high contrast, crisp textures, and natural, rich colors:
iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max: even more options
The triple camera of the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max also has a telephoto lens (also 12 MP). Ambitious users in particular can take great photos with the Pro models. Part of this is due to the optical zoom that both models (in different shapes) bring with them.
The built-in LiDAR scanner scans the area and helps the camera capture the depth of the scene, and gives the software the ability to play with light, color and sharpness. It is mainly used for the bokeh effect and portrait mode. But see for yourself:
It is unknown to what extent the photos posted on the iPhone 12 have been post-processed. You can assume that most photographers have at least edited their photos on their smartphone. Apple devices offer a variety of setting options for light, contrast, black levels or colors.
It is conceivable that some of the images were also edited by the respective photographer on the PC with an image processing program, but this should not be the case. Because one thing is clear: cell phone pictures can be seen without extensive retouching, as we saw in our iPhone 12 test.
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