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iPhone 14 Pro: Camera analysis and comparison with the best phones of 2022

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Note: This article is an excerpt from the in-depth review of the iPhone 14 Pro that we will publish shortly.

The main novelties that the iPhone 14 Pro brings in terms of hardware focus on its cameras, since it incorporates improvements in sensors and optics.

In this article we thoroughly analyze the photographic capabilities of the iPhone 14 Pro and put it to the test with the best smartphones of the moment: Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, Pixel 6, Huawei P50 Pro, Vivo X80 Pro, OPPO Find X5 Pro and iPhone 14. 

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Index

  1. camera features
  2. Wide angle camera (main)
  3. Photography Portrait
  4. ultra wide angle camera
  5. macro photography
  6. telephoto camera
  7. Video recording
  8. Frontal camera

camera features

The iPhone 14 Pro has three rear cameras:

  • 48MP (1/1.28″, 4-in-1 combined pixel size 2.44µm) wide-angle camera (24mm), 7P lens with f /1.78 aperture, autofocus with 100% Focus Pixels and optical stabilization by Second generation sensor offset.
  • 12MP ultra wide angle camera (13mm, 120º) (1/2.55″, 1.4µm pixel size), 6P lens with f /2.2 aperture and autofocus with 100% Focus Pixels. Macro camera function.
  • 12MP (1/3.5″) 3x magnification factor (77mm) telephoto camera, 6P lens with f /2.8 aperture and optical stabilization.

In addition to these three cameras, it incorporates a LiDAR sensor that improves focus in low light conditions and is used in Augmented Reality applications.

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The iPhone 14 Pro has a front camera:

  • Wide-angle camera (23mm) with 12MP (1/3.6″) sensor, 6P lens with f/1.9 aperture and autofocus with Focus Pixels.

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The Camera app makes use of the Photonic Engine, which improves photos taken in medium or low light, such as indoors.


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This is how Photonic Engine works

Photonic Engine is a computational photography technique that modifies the iPhone’s image processing stack to improve photos taken in medium or low lighting conditions. It helps iPhone deliver better color fidelity, more detail, and higher brightness in photos.

According to Apple, you can expect up to two times better performance in medium and low light conditions in photos taken with the various iPhone cameras.

Apple claims that Photonic Engine dramatically improves the quality of photos taken with all iPhone cameras by employing its Deep Fusion technology at an earlier stage of image processing than previous generation iPhones, and is applied to uncompressed images. .

Deep Fusion is also a computational photography technique that Apple introduced in iOS 13.2 for the iPhone 11 series. It has since appeared on all newer iPhones except the second-generation iPhone SE.

Deep Fusion uses nine photos taken at different exposure levels and combines them to produce a single, best possible photo. During processing, the technology goes pixel by pixel through all of the millions of pixels to select the best elements from each of the nine photos to use in the final photo. This helps iPhone reduce noise and improve details.

Now, by applying Deep Fusion earlier in the image capture process, Apple says it can preserve textures, deliver better color, and retain even more detail. So you get essentially everything that Deep Fusion allowed in the previous generation of iPhones and more.


The flash has been completely redesigned, using a new array of nine LEDs with a new adaptive behavior that controls the pattern and intensity of light to suit the focal length of the photo.

When using the telephoto lens, the flash sends out a narrow, bright light to illuminate only the subject. When using the main camera, the cone of light is widened, creating a softer, more scattered effect, and for the ultra-wide camera, it creates even lighting with a very wide field of view. According to Apple, the result is up to 2x brighter and up to 3x smoother compared to the previous generation.

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The iPhone 14 Pro can save images in a RAW format called Apple ProRAW. RAW files are raw image files that have not been altered by the camera’s image processing. They contain all the information that the sensor has captured and are designed to be treated with image editing software.

The ProRAW format is not strictly a RAW file but what we know as a “cooked RAW” . This has the advantage that the resulting file will benefit from Apple’s image capture technologies such as Smart HDR, Deep Fusion or Night mode. In the case of the main camera, the photo is saved at the full resolution of 48 MP.

Wide angle camera (main)

The main camera of the iPhone 14 Pro has a sensor that is 65 percent larger than that of the iPhone 13 Pro and offers a resolution of 48 megapixels, with 100% Focus Pixel for better focus.

Additionally, the lens features second-generation sensor-shift stabilization for improved low-light performance.

By default, the sensor groups every four pixels into a quad-pixel to improve image quality in low light. It is possible to take a shot at the native resolution of 48MP to get the most detail when shooting in ProRAW.

Below, we can see a photo taken at 12MP and another at 48MP (ProRAW). It is obvious that the image captured at 48MP maintains a greater amount of detail, but the processing of these files is inferior and, as can be seen, the dark areas are seen with less detail.

 

Comparison between photography at 12MP and 48MP (ProRAW)

Here we have another example where, in the 48MP capture, we can zoom in to see the skyscrapers and airplanes in quite a bit of detail, although it would be necessary to adjust the exposure manually, since the image in ProRAW has low processing.

Comparison between photography at 12MP and 48MP (ProRAW)

Below, we can see some pictures taken with the wide-angle camera during the day, which offers excellent image quality.

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Pictures taken with the main (wide-angle) camera during the day

Apple introduced Night mode with the iPhone 11 , which uses software processing to take photos in low light. When taking the picture, the camera takes multiple photos which are then aligned and combined to produce a cleaner, brighter image.

Night mode automatically activates when needed and is indicated by a full moon icon next to the flash icon. By clicking on the icon we can deactivate the effect, see the automatically selected shooting time and, in some cases, increase it.

The shot may take a little longer, but the results are worth it, as we can see in the most extreme cases.

Below, we can see some pictures taken in low light conditions with the wide-angle camera, which look really good.

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Pictures taken with the main (wide-angle) camera in low light

If you’re wondering how the iPhone 14 Pro’s wide-angle camera compares to other flagships, then you can see the same image captured by the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, Pixel 6, Huawei P50 Pro, Vivo X80 Pro. , OPPO Find X5 Pro and iPhone 14.

Wide angle lens shots

Next, we can see a detail of the area of ​​the image to better appreciate the differences.

In general, all smartphones do a good job, although some devices, such as the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and, to a lesser extent, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra opt for a somewhat aggressive noise reduction that removes textures in certain areas.

El iPhone 14 Pro, junto con el iPhone 14, dejan pasar algo más de ruido que otros dispositivos, pero esto también significa que las texturas se ven mejor que en otros dispositivos. Por ejemplo, aunque los Pixel 6 y el Huawei P50 Pro hacen un trabajo magnífico, algunas líneas de las baldosas del edificio de la izquierda se ven desdibujadas.

Me ha sorprendido gratamente el rendimiento del Vivo X80 Pro y OPPO Find X5 Pro, que no tiene mucho que envidiar a los mejores dispositivos de gama alta en cuanto a reducción de ruido. Ahora bien, el balance de blancos de OPPO, como el de Xiaomi, erra el tiro con un tono anaranjado que no es real.

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Comparativa de capturas con lente gran angular

Gracias a la elevada resolución del sensor de la cámara principal, Apple ofrece un modo de zoom 2x utilizando un recorte de 12 MP de la parte central del sensor. Aunque este zoom no se beneficia de la reducción de ruido que se consigue combinando 4 píxeles en 1, es ideal en situaciones de luz abundante.

Modo Retrato

En fotografía, se considera que los mejores objetivos para tomar retratos se encuentran entre 50 y 135 mm, en función de lo que cerca que quieras sacar al sujeto. Esto significa que las cámaras adecuadas en un smartphone son las teleobjetivo, ya que las cámaras principales (gran angular) tienden a deformar el rostro cuando te acercas para tomar un primer plano.

En el caso del iPhone 14 Pro, su teleobjetivo 3x (77 mm) hace que sea necesario alejarse bastante del sujeto para tomar un retrato. Además, al tener un factor de ampliación alto, la lente no es muy luminosa, por lo que los retratos en interiores con la lente 3x presentan bastante ruido.

Por suerte como hemos comentado en el apartado de la cámara gran angular, Apple ofrece un zoom 2x (alrededor de 50 mm) mediante un recorte de la zona central del sensor de 48 MP, que es mucho más apropiado para tomar retratos.

Por ello, por defecto, al activar el modo Retrato, se establece un factor de ampliación 2x, aunque puedes cambiarlo a 3x (o 1x) si lo prefieres. En mi opinión, harás bien en dejarlo en 2x, ya que, al utilizar la cámara gran angular, te beneficias de la mayor calidad de este sensor (mayor nitidez), un mejor rendimiento con poca luz (la lente es más luminosa) y, además, como he comentado, no tienes que acercarte tanto.

A continuación, podemos ver el mismo retrato tomado con zooms 2x (es decir, con la cámara gran angular con recorte) y 3x (cámara teleobjetivo), manteniendo en ambos casos el mismo encuadre (al tomar la foto en 3x me he movido varios pasos hacia atrás). Es obvio que la cámara gran angular retiene más detalle.

Comparativa de retratos tomados con zoom 2x y 3x

En general, los resultados que ofrece el iPhone 14 Pro al tomar retratos en 2x son muy buenos, como podemos apreciar en estos ejemplos. En ocasiones, el pelo supone una dificultad a la hora de separar el sujeto del fondo, pero, en general, hace un buen trabajo.

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Fotografías tomadas en modo Retrato

El iPhone 13 Pro ofrece, además del modo habitual de Retrato, la posibilidad de aplicar efectos de iluminación sobre el rostro, siendo posible ajustar la intensidad de la luz a nuestro gusto.

Efectos de iluminación sobre el rostro en retratos

Cámara ultra gran angular

La cámara ultra gran angular permite tomar fotografías muy espectaculares que captan cuatro veces más elementos de los que normalmente caben en una fotografía gran angular. Por tanto, es ideal para fotografiar espacios cerrados o captar paisajes amplios.

La cámara ultra gran angular del iPhone 14 Pro incluye un nuevo sensor que es casi el doble de grande que el del iPhone 13 Pro y tiene un 100% de Focus Pixels para un mejor enfoque en situaciones de poca luz. Según Apple, esta cámara consigue fotografías en entornos poco iluminados que son hasta 3 veces mejores.

Una de las cosas que más me gusta de los iPhone es que todas las cámaras están calibradas para ofrecer el mismo tono de color, por lo que no notarás diferencias al capturar fotos con la cámara ultra gran angular frente a las que tomes con gran angular o teleobjetivo.

Here are some examples of photos taken with the ultra wide-angle camera during the day , which produces spectacular images and perfectly corrects the distortion of the lines so that they look straight.

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Pictures taken with the ultra wide angle camera during the day

Below, we can see several photos taken with the ultra wide-angle camera of the iPhone 14 Pro at Night, which offer a much higher quality than what we get with other smartphones thanks to its large sensor and the use of Night mode.

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Pictures taken with the ultra-wide camera at night

If you’re wondering how the iPhone 14 Pro’s ultra-wide camera compares to other flagships, then you can see the same image captured by the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, Pixel 6, Huawei P50 Pro, Vivo X80. Pro, OPPO Find X5 Pro and iPhone 14.

Ultra wide angle lens shots

Next, we can see a detail of the area of ​​the image to better appreciate the differences.

The iPhone 14 Pro, along with the Pixel 6, lets more noise through compared to other smartphones to maintain a higher level of detail. In the case of the Pixel 6, it is necessary to mention that it plays with a window since its ultra wide angle is smaller (114º) and, therefore, the cut made for this comparison contains many more pixels than its competitors.

Some manufacturers that opt ​​for overly aggressive processing, such as the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra or the Huawei P50 Pro, which remove noise at the cost of losing textures.

On the other hand, the OPPO Find X5 Pro and Vivo X80 Pro do an especially good job in these shots if you look at, for example, the windows of the building on the left, which are very well defined. This same feeling remains when I observe the complete image, since they are one of the few smartphones that allow us to read the illuminated sign of the restaurant.

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Comparison of captures with ultra wide angle lens

macro camera

The iPhone 14 Pro does not have a dedicated macro camera, but its ultra wide-angle camera is capable of taking macro photos at a distance of about 2 centimeters, and it is even possible to record normal or slow-motion and time-lapse video.

To take a shot in macro mode, you don’t need to activate any special mode. Just get close to the object you want to photograph and the phone automatically switches from the main camera to the ultra wide angle camera.

The change can be seen on the screen as the point of view changes slightly when changing the camera used. If you find this automatic switching annoying, you can disable it in Settings.

Below, we can see some photos taken with the Macro mode of the ultra wide-angle lens, which are quite a bit better than those obtained by the dedicated Macro cameras of other smartphones.

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Photos taken with the ultra-wide camera in Macro mode

3x telephoto camera

Apple has kept the same 3x magnification factor of the telephoto lens that the iPhone 13 Pro brought but, thanks to the Photonic Engine, the company promises up to a 2x improvement in image quality.

This is a sufficiently high magnification factor , which allows you to photograph elements that are far away. Some manufacturers offer lenses with even higher zoom levels, but in my opinion this is a mistake unless they are accompanied by other lenses with lower magnification factors.

In fact, a factor of 3x or higher is too high for taking certain types of photos, such as half-length portraits, since you need to get quite far from the subject to get the expected frame, and also, indoors, a lens with this much magnification usually capture by light. Fortunately, as we will see later, the iPhone 14 Pro can take 2x zoom photos through a cutout of the main camera.

Below, we can see some pictures taken with the telephoto lens in good light conditions.

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Pictures taken with the telephoto camera during the day

Apple also offers Night mode on the telephoto camera, which improves performance in low-light conditions.

Below, we can see some photos with the telephoto lens in low light conditions.

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Pictures taken with the telephoto camera in low light

If you are wondering how the iPhone 14 Pro telephoto camera compares to other flagships, then you can see the same image captured by the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (3x and 10x lens), Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra (5x lens), Huawei P50 Pro (3.5x lens), Vivo X80 Pro (2x and 5x lens), and OPPO Find X5 Pro (3x lens).

Since not all smartphones have a telephoto lens with the same magnification factor, I have carried out two zoom tests: 3x magnification and 5x magnification.

Below, you can see the photographs captured with a 3x magnification factor . On the iPhone 14 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and OPPO Find X5 Pro, it is achieved by its native 3x lens, while the rest is achieved by software magnification of the 1x lens (Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra) or the 2x lens (Vivo). X80 Pro).

 

Captures with 3x magnification factor

Next, we can see a detail of the area of ​​the image to better appreciate the differences. As I have already mentioned, phones that have a 3x native lens (iPhone 14 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, OPPO Find X5 Pro) have an advantage in this test.

Indeed, the iPhone 14 Pro and the OPPO Find X5 Pro produce a higher image quality than the rest, although the image captured by the iPhone is slightly sharper. Surprisingly, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra capture features considerably lower sharpness.

Special mention requires the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, which despite not having a telephoto lens in the 1x to 3x range, achieves a very good capture. On the opposite side, the Huawei P50 Pro produces a rather poor image.

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Comparison of captures with 3x magnification factor

Below, you can see the photographs captured with a 5x magnification factor . In the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and Vivo X80 Pro, it is achieved through its native 5x lens, while the rest is obtained through a 3x software lens magnification (iPhone14 Pro, OPPO Find X5 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra) or the lens 3.5x (Huawei P50 Pro).

 

Captures with 5x magnification factor

Next, we can see a detail of the area of ​​the image to better appreciate the differences. As I have already mentioned, phones that have a 5x native lens (Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and Vivo X80 Pro) have an advantage in this test.

The Xiaomi 11 Ultra offers a very sharp image, as expected thanks to its 5x lens, although a little overprocessed for my taste. The Vivo X80 Pro, which also has a 5x lens, produces a fairly sharp image, although below Xiaomi.

The Huawei P50 Pro is another smartphone that produces a very sharp image, despite magnifying from a 3.5x lens. The iPhone 14 Pro does not come out badly either, and achieves an image with enough detail.

The OPPO Find X5 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra produce a much less sharp image than the rest.

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Comparison of captures with 5x magnification factor

Video recording

When it comes to recording video , the iPhone 14 Pro cameras can record video at 720p at 30fps, 1080p at 25/30/60fps, and 4K at 24/25/30/60fps. It is also possible to record slow motion video at 1080p at 120/240 fps.

Some users may miss recording in 8K, although, to tell the truth, few people have screens that support this resolution and the file size increases considerably compared to 4K.

iPhone 14 Pro offers 10-bit HDR video recording, which means you can capture 60 times more colors than standard video. In addition, the iPhone 14 Pro can record video in Dolby Vision format to [email protected] with the rear camera and [email protected] with the front camera.

Another functionality offered by Apple is Audio Zoom , which is that the sound recording is focused on the object at which we are pointing the camera when zooming. This works best with static sound sources and without too much noise around them.

During a video recording, it is possible to switch between different rear cameras and there is a smooth, zoom-like transition when moving from one camera to another. What is not possible is to switch between the rear cameras and the front camera during a recording.

Below we can see some shots with the iPhone 14 Pro during the day  at [email protected] and [email protected] resolutions, which offer excellent image quality and impressive stabilization.

When it comes to shooting in low light, the iPhone 14 Pro offers exceptional performance, as you can see in these videos shot in low light (the first two) and at night (the last two).

Regarding the audio recording, I would like to note that in the first two videos, the singer’s microphone was set too low, so, strange as it may seem, this is how he sounded in reality.

Last year, Apple added a Cinema mode that allows background blurring (bokeh effect like Portrait mode) when recording people or pets in 1080p 30fps video. This year Apple has added support for recording in 4K at 24fps or 30fps.

The camera focuses on the person in the foreground, but if the person in the foreground turns their head to look at another person or another person enters the shot (the phone “sees” them approaching thanks to the ultra wide-angle lens), the focus progressively passes to the new person.

Along with the video, depth information is saved, so it is possible to edit the video and select which element should appear in focus at each moment afterwards.

Next, we can see a video recorded with the Cinema mode , where we can see how the focus changes between the two members of the musical group. The change of focus throughout the video I have adjusted manually, after the fact, since, by default, almost all the time I was focusing on the singer in first position.

This other video is also recorded with the Cinema mode, although in this case all the attention is focused on a single person and the background is blurred.

Apple has added a new video recording mode called Action that is specifically designed for motion recording — for example, if you’re running, riding in a car over potholes, etc.

It supports up to 2.8K resolution at 60fps and can be combined with Dolby Vision or ProRes recording. Below, we can see a comparison running with two phones, one in each hand: an iPhone 14 Pro Max recording in normal mode (upper half of the video) and an iPhone 14 Pro recording in Action mode (lower half of the video).

The iPhone 14 Pro also has the ability to record ProRes video , a format used by professionals that offers exceptional color fidelity, but also takes up an enormous amount of space due to the high bit rate it uses: 1.7 GB/minute. in 1080p and 6 GB/minute in 4K.

It is possible to record ProRes video at 4K resolution at 30fps with the 256GB, 512GB and 1TB storage variants. However, it is only possible to record in 1080p resolution at 30fps on the 128GB variant as space would quickly run out when recording in 4K.

Apple has incorporated a fairly powerful video editor that makes things much easier when it comes to rotating videos, applying filters, retouching the image, etc. This is very interesting since today there are few video editors prepared to work with advanced formats such as Dolby Vision.

You can even edit video recorded in Dolby Vision and apply filters to recorded videos without the need for a powerful computer. When you share a video with another person or app (for example, WhatsApp), iPhone automatically converts the video to a compatible format. If you want to share videos in Dolby Vision, you can upload them to Vimeo.

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Frontal camera

The front camera of the iPhone 14 Pro has a 12 MP sensor, an f / 1.9 aperture lens that lets in 38% more light and, for the first time, supports autofocus, allowing you to get sharp selfies at any time. different distances.

It is possible to switch between group and individual selfies by pressing a button on the screen. By default, using the smartphone in portrait takes individual selfies, but switching to landscape takes group selfies.

The screen of the iPhone 14 Pro can act as a front flash and illuminate the face if we are taking selfies in very low light conditions. In addition, it is possible to take selfies in Night mode, which greatly improves image quality.

Below, we can see some selfies captured by the front camera. Unlike other smartphones, the iPhone 14 Pro does not offer a control to retouch the face and apply beauty effect, but Apple bets more on natural beauty.

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Selfies taken with the front camera

Thanks to the True Depth sensor, the front camera capable of taking photos in Portrait mode by blurring the background.

Here we can see some examples of selfies taken in Portrait mode.

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Selfies taken in Portrait mode with the front camera

The front camera of the iPhone 14 Pro can record video up to 4K at 60 fps, something that is not common in smartphones. In addition, it is also possible to apply the Cinema mode to selfies.


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