iPhone 11 Pro Max Camera Capabilities – Tri-cameras are used with each equipped with a 12-Megapixel sensor. The systems used are wide angle lenses, ultra wide angle and telephoto. Telephoto cameras still only support optical zoom up to 2X and digital up to 10X. This is still far behind the P30 Pro which supports 5X invisible hybrid zoom and 50X digital. Its ultra-wide-angle lens has a 13mm viewing angle. This is wider than the P30 Pro (16mm) but behind the Note 10+ (12mm).
Our Apple iOS 13 camera app is categorized as minimalist with not many additional functions included. The only functions provided are Panorama, Portrait, Video, Slo-mo and Timelapse. If you want to take a picture of a 1: 1 box or a 16: 9 ratio, it is now only accessible via a somewhat hidden additional menu. These changes were provided without any manual and resulted in us searching for where they were hidden. Still no manual control is given. It can only be used on third -party applications that need to be purchased.
For a Pro device, we feel the most basic manual controls on the camera app should be included. At the same time the Deep Fusion mode that was announced during the launch event has not yet been activated. When the article was written it was only enabled on iOS 13.2 Beta users. Therefore, the actual capabilities of the iPhone 11 Pro Max camera cannot be tested at this time.
Lastly we would like to state that the iPhone 11 Pro Max supports video recording at the highest settings of 4K 60FPS and slow motion 240FPS at 1080P resolution. The front camera is also capable of recording video at 4K 60FPS settings if necessary.
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The picture quality in bright lighting situations is very good. The picture looks vivid, the objects all look sharp and the production of natural colors. Apple camera doesn’t use a lot of post processing systems that sharpen images and increase color saturation so they look a bit fake. Every picture taken is just like the real world.