(vid) DPReview TV: iPhone 11 Pro – What Photographers Might Have Missed

I don’t use a cellphone, but if I did…. This is actually the first cellphone that I find interesting as a camera, because it has the superwide 13mm (equiv.) lens, which no compact camera is capable of.

Key points from this video:

Standard lens and selfie camera have 1/2.5 inch sensors.

“Tele” and ultrawide have smaller 1/3.6 sensors.

Pro has a high contrast OLED screen.

Night mode works by taking a long exposure, which the competition doesn’t do, and is shown to often work better. Night mode is only available on the standard lens.

I’ve learned elsewhere that the ultrawide lens also does not have image stabilization or RAW, which the other two lenses do.


DPReview TV: iPhone 11 Pro – What Photographers Might Have Missed

Oct 7, 2019

DPReview

In this week’s episode, Chris is joined by our Science Editor Rishi Sanyal to take a closer look at some of the new photography features on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro camera. Find out how some of the headline features like Night Mode perform, and learn about less-publicized photo features like the handy ‘Capture Outside of the Frame.’ With the Pixel 4 on the horizon, it’s just the beginning of more head-to-head comparisons of these powerful little cameras.

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