Camera Shootout, We’re already in 2022, but it’s never too late to compare flagships from the previous year. 바카라사이트
Without a doubt, the iPhone 13 Pro Max continues to be one of the greatest mobile photography flagships on the market. But, before to upgrading to this new iPhone, the Huawei P50 Pro was my go-to camera for photographing practically everything from my point of view.
Comparing my daily phone to my personal favorite since I first held it
Can the Chinese giant’s current smartphone precursor stay up with, or perhaps beat, Apple to its core?
All samples were taken in automatic mode. For faster loading and previewing, photos were collaged, resized, and labeled. There were no other alterations.
The iPhone 13 Pro Max has a smaller 12MP camera but a wider f/1.5 aperture.
Meanwhile, Huawei P50 Pro features a lower f/1.8 lens diaphragm but a larger 64MP sensor.
The ultra-wide sensors on these phones are not far apart: the P50 Pro has a 12MP sensor, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a 13MP camera.
When it comes to low-light performance, the iPhone has an advantage because to its f/1.8 aperture over the P50 Pro’s f/2.2.
The iPhone 13 Pro Max may lag behind in terms of lossless and cropped zoom because the P50 Pro can accomplish 7x and 100x, respectively
But the fruit phone can still outperform the Chinese flagship with its 3x telephoto lens over the 3.5x periscope zoom.
Although Apple and Huawei use distinct Night Mode algorithms, we chose to switch on
Night Mode on both phones completely for the sake of fairness when photographing in low-light situations. 카지노사이트
BONUS: 15x Moon Shot
I tried comparing moon shots between the two phones just for fun. I’ve just maxed out
Both images at 15x because that’s the maximum distance the iPhone 13 Pro Max can zoom in.
This article, like our other camera shootout articles, has consistent findings throughout:
Photo A: — iPhone 13 Pro Max
Photo B: — Huawei P50 Pr0
While the image order has been consistent since the beginning, some of you may have difficulty determining which phone is which n most cases.
Both phones can produce excellent results whether you’re shooting food, architectural perspectives, portraits, or pets, among other things.
However, as you may have noticed, the P50 Pro has a less bright photo with fewer highlights but a warmer overall tone.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 13 Pro Max is on the “cooler” side of the spectrum, with more highlights and contrast.
Occasionally the 13 Pro Max is more color correct because that’s what I saw with my naked eye, and sometimes the P50 Pro is due of its warmer tones.
One thing is certain: both phones produced a uniform look in ALL lenses, including wide, ultra-wide, and zoom.
Huawei and Apple’s software engineering has always amazed me, especially given both firms’ power in AI and camera software algorithms.
On the other hand, the P50 Pro produced brighter night images than the Apple counterpart.
While its Leica coating and color science compensate for the majority of the better low-light images, the persistent warmer AWB (Auto White Balance) even at night is sometimes too much.
Another minor issue that isn’t a major concern is that it didn’t offer improved result while capturing neon lights for over-reducing highlights.
But, if you ask me, I’d still choose the P50 Pro over the iPhone since it has the most versatile cameras, including a periscope lens. 카지노 블로그
That allows me to zoom in closer and shoot the moon and night sky whenever and wherever I choose.