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iPhone 12 ProMax = a camera more than professional

To start with, I did some tests of the camera in portrait mode and in a sunny environment. Here we can see that the 12 family performs almost the same, with some improvements in contrast and color, a bit sharper on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, but almost imperceptible.

Portrait mode with light on iPhone

Portrait mode in bright environment with iPhone 12

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Portrait mode in bright environment with iPhone 12 Pro

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Portrait mode in bright environment with iPhone 12 Max

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Portrait mode in bright environment with iPhone 11

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Now, when using optical zoom, the 12 Pro Max’s wider 2.5 zoom allowed for more detailed images, thanks to its telephoto. The progress that the iPhone 12 Pro Max has compared to the 12 Pro is evident, however, if we see the approaches of these two, 12 and 11, we can see the progress that the family has had in general.

Optical zoom on the iPhone 12 family

Here a test of the optical zoom with iPhone 12 Pro Max

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Here the optical zoom with iPhone 12 Pro

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Here is a test of the optical zoom with iPhone 12

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Zoom in iPhone 11

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Now, some of the biggest improvements in this family of iPhone 12 are more noticeable in environments where the light is dimmer or even at night. That is why I also decided to try them at sunset. Here we begin to see how the iPhone 12 Pro Max begins to perform better against the others.

The iPhone in low light

12 Pro Max in low light with rear camera.

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12 Pro in low light with rear camera.

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Low-light iPhone 12 with rear camera.

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Low-light iPhone 11 with rear camera.

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Portrait mode with front camera with iPhone 12 Pro

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Portrait mode with front camera with iPhone 12

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Portrait mode with front camera with iPhone 11

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