Sunday, 10 November 2019

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max: Camera performance

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max camera performance 

Apple's latest flagship smartphone the iPhone 11 Pro Max, has been pronounced as the second-best camera phone by benchmarking site, DxOMark.

The premium iPhone dealt with a general score of 117 to tie with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ however beat opponents like the Google Pixel 4 and Huawei P30 Pro.

DxOMark is a benchmarking site that tests various kinds of cameras, going from smartphones to proficient cameras. For ratings, a few industry-standard tests are led wherein 1,500+ images and 2+ long stretches of video are caught and analyzed in controlled lab conditions and in normal indoor/outdoor scenes.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max: Camera performance

Here's the way iPhone 11 Pro Max performed in the tests

With a quick and exact autofocus system, reliable presentation crosswise over various lighting conditions and wide dynamic range, the iPhone 11 Pro Max scored a sum of 124 in the still photographs test.

In the video tests, DxOMark granted the Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max 102 points, making it share with the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition.

What DxOMark says in the report? 

As indicated by DxOMark, the still images caught by the iPhone 11 Pro Max showed a few features cutting in "very difficult scenes", in portrait mode a delicately greenish cast was noticeable in some indoor scenes and a slight yellow cast was noted.

Some white balance issues and the occasional associating impact was spotted while testing video.

In the interim, the front camera performance is yet to be published.

What are the overall scores?

Regarding the overall score, iPhone 11 Pro Max trails the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition otherwise known as Mi Note 10 Pro with four as both the Chinese smartphones lead the diagrams with an all-out score of 121.


Now, here’s the recall of 11 Pro Max's camera

The iPhone 11 Pro Max includes a triple-camera setup involving a 12MP (f/1.8) standard lens, a 12MP (f/2.4) telephoto lens, and a 12MP (f/2.0) ultra-wide-angle lens. The primary unit is equipped for recording 4K HDR videos at up to 60fps.

For stifles, it has a 12MP snapper that supports Smart HDR, 4K video recording, and slo-mo video recording (1080p at 120fps).

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