Camera test: iPhone 12 vs. 12 Pro vs. 11 Pro: There’s a new iPhone out – so which one to get? Can or shouldn’t I upgrade? Is one of those measurably better than another? We just feel you. Each day the same thoughts cross our minds as we get to know them better.
Our impressions of the Apple iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are out but we can’t just place them in their boxes again. What better way to spend our spare time with these devices than pitting them in a camera challenge against each other as we wait for the arrival of our iPhone 12 mini and Max review units.
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The most notable upgrade of the iPhone 12 Pro over the iPhone 12 is the inclusion of the telephoto camera. So is the 2x visual zoom much worse than the 12 Pro’s optical one? And are Night Mode Portraits pictures superior to what the iPhone 12 can come up with?
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Camera test: iPhone 12 vs. 12 Pro vs. 11 Pro
We also couldn’t miss the chance to see how the new iPhones are similar to the iPhone 11 Pro. After all, since last year, the hardware of the camera has scarcely changed, but there’s a new ISP, a wide aperture on the main camera, and maybe even other improvements we’ve skipped.
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Photos by the main and ultra-wide cams are identical
Two cameras on the back share the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro – their main 12MP and ultrawide 12MP snappers are similar – sensors, lenses, processing. Some readers raised doubts about their identical accuracy, so we shot a bunch of side-by-side images.
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