iPhone 12 Pro: CAMERA TEST! Is this the BEST Camera of 2020?!

Travel photographer Austin Mann took a trip to Glacier National Park, Montana to be able to test and evaluate in depth the iPhone 12 Pro's camera.

During his trip, when using the iPhone 12 Pro to take pictures, Mann focused most on the ultra-wide-angle camera of the machine. The worthwhile upgrade of the iPhone 12 Pro's camera is the wide-angle lens, Night Mode for the Ultra Wide camera, better autofocus and especially the LiDAR sensor.

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The regular wide-angle camera of the device is upgraded, with a 26mm focal length with new lenses, with an aperture of F / 1.6 now giving the machine better low-light capabilities. Shooting exposure for 30 seconds, almost no light, the main camera of the machine works very well.

iphone12 pro camera review

Testing the benefits of 7 new lenses on the camera's wide-angle camera, Mann took a lot of photos and examined the edges. The result is a more detailed border, but the result is not too different and better on the iPhone 11 Pro.

iphone12 pro camera review

iphone12 pro camera review

But the ultra-wide-angle camera of the device with an upgrade that can be used in Night Mode is more impressive. Its performance is greatly enhanced and when compared to the ultra-wide-angle camera of the iPhone 11 Pro it is a lot more significant. Mann found that improvements in low-light to the ultra-wide-angle camera also make indoor photography much more vivid and sharp.

iphone12 pro camera review

Notably, there has been an improvement on Smart HDR 3 but most impressive is when taking portrait photos with Night Mode. After sunset, very little light remains, the camera's algorithm delivers better OIS, faster ISO and with LiDAR impressive portraits with color accuracy and detail. The LiDAR sensor also offers impressive nighttime shooting when faces can be detected and depth mapping is very useful.

iphone12 pro camera review


You can check out Mann's full and in-depth review here.

iPhone 12 Pro camera review by Peter McKinnon



Travel photographer Austin Mann took a trip to Glacier National Park, Montana to be able to test and evaluate in depth the iPhone 12 Pro's camera.

During his trip, when using the iPhone 12 Pro to take pictures, Mann focused most on the ultra-wide-angle camera of the machine. The worthwhile upgrade of the iPhone 12 Pro's camera is the wide-angle lens, Night Mode for the Ultra Wide camera, better autofocus and especially the LiDAR sensor.

camera iphone 12 pro max

The regular wide-angle camera of the device is upgraded, with a 26mm focal length with new lenses, with an aperture of F / 1.6 now giving the machine better low-light capabilities. Shooting exposure for 30 seconds, almost no light, the main camera of the machine works very well.

iphone12 pro camera review

Testing the benefits of 7 new lenses on the camera's wide-angle camera, Mann took a lot of photos and examined the edges. The result is a more detailed border, but the result is not too different and better on the iPhone 11 Pro.

iphone12 pro camera review

iphone12 pro camera review

But the ultra-wide-angle camera of the device with an upgrade that can be used in Night Mode is more impressive. Its performance is greatly enhanced and when compared to the ultra-wide-angle camera of the iPhone 11 Pro it is a lot more significant. Mann found that improvements in low-light to the ultra-wide-angle camera also make indoor photography much more vivid and sharp.

iphone12 pro camera review

Notably, there has been an improvement on Smart HDR 3 but most impressive is when taking portrait photos with Night Mode. After sunset, very little light remains, the camera's algorithm delivers better OIS, faster ISO and with LiDAR impressive portraits with color accuracy and detail. The LiDAR sensor also offers impressive nighttime shooting when faces can be detected and depth mapping is very useful.

iphone12 pro camera review


You can check out Mann's full and in-depth review here.

iPhone 12 Pro camera review by Peter McKinnon