In addition to the advancements in performance and 5G connectivity technology, the iPhone 12’s rear camera is also an important “highlight” of Apple’s upgrade this time. Is the image processing better than the iPhone 11?
1. iPhone 12 rear camera in daylight conditions
In bright enough conditions, the photo quality of iPhone 12 and iPhone 11 is almost no difference. So, users can only realize the difference in the photos taken of the two iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 in most lighting conditions.
In low light during daylight, both produce highly detailed pictures, true color and accurate white balance. However, the weak point of the device is that the dynamic contrast range is not too wide.
2. For super wide angle camera
The ultra-wide-angle camera on both iPhone 12 and iPhone 11 produces similar image quality with wide dynamic range and good color reproduction.
The key aspect to any ultra-wide-angle camera on a phone, however, is the amount of detail it can retain, and it’s possible that the iPhone 12 does a better job at that than the iPhone 11.
3. Shoot under indoor lighting conditions
With plenty of natural light indoors, both the iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 will give you beautiful pictures with pleasant colors and contrast.
However, the iPhone 12 tends to have very little color saturation and does a better job of noise cancellation than the iPhone 11. As such, newer iPhone models offer more accurate white balance, resulting in color contrast. better.
4. The Night Mode of the rear camera on iPhone 12 vs. iPhone 11
Improvements to the night mode on the iPhone 12 are but not substantial. In low-light outdoor conditions, the iPhone 12’s Night Mode works pretty well, something the iPhone 11 camera didn’t do.
Also, the low-light portraits of the iPhone 12 look brighter and more colorful, while compared to the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11’s portraits appear dimmer.
Undeniably, the iPhone 12 rear camera has been upgraded compared to its predecessor such as the fast focusing system, the ability to shoot at night is also more impressive. However, those improvements are not much, in almost all circumstances iPhone 11 “completes” excellent image quality.