The folks at DxOMark got their hands on the iPhone 12 Pro Max and did what they know best, testing the equipment’s photo sensors. The result? The best iPhone ever, and the 4th in its big picture, which places the iPhone 12 Pro in 5th position.
DxOMark staff gave the iPhone 12 Pro Max a photo score of 138 points, while in the video it got 113 points and the final score was 130 points. The two numbers help the top of the range of Apple to reach the top of the ranking, but it is in the zoom part that this iPhone loses some points. The review site explains this below, stating that the model only features 2x optical magnification.
“The iPhone 12 Pro Max has an excellent photo score of 138, thanks to excellent results in most image quality attributes. In this section, we take a closer look at how each sub-score was determined and compare image quality with some important competitors.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max’s display performance is competitive with most other major offerings, but leaves room for improvement when it comes to high dynamic range scenes. Target exposure is generally accurate, especially when it comes to faces. “
iPhone 12 Pro Max surprises in DxOMark tests
In addition, DxOMark also provided a conclusion which we can read below, calling it the best iPhone in its database as it shines in both videos and stills under multiple lighting conditions. .
“Apple’s latest flagship brings useful advancements over its predecessor in almost every area. The image quality is very good, the autofocus is extremely fast and precise, the details are high and the colors are generally pleasant. Apple continues to be a leader in visualization performance, so what you see when you compose a scene looks a lot like the end result. Dynamic range could be better, but mobile photographers should generally be happy.
The weakest link in this iPhone is the lack of long zoom capability, which is what we see most at the top of the competition lineup. If range is critical to you, there are other phones out there that excel at this metric (but none of them work on iOS).
The overall performance of the video is excellent, almost the best we’ve seen. Wide dynamic range, good colors, low noise and efficient stabilization make this iPhone a good choice for users who prioritize video features.
For mobile photographers engaged in the iOS ecosystem and willing to pay the hefty purchase price, the iPhone 12 Pro Max shouldn’t disappoint. “
If you would like to have access to the full review, simply access it here.
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