An incredible leap forward in terms of technology with iPhone 12 Pro Max. 5G ready to download large media files and stream HDR video at high speed. Larger six.7-inch Super retina HD screen with gorgeous LED-touch backlit capacitive digitizer panel. Ceramic surround with 4x optical zoom range and huge low-light photography with all new iPhone, no camera jump zooming yet. iphone 12 pro max
iPhone 12 pro max has notable camera features that set it apart from ordinary point-and-shoot cameras. It is equipped with a brand new dual-tone LCD panel to add a professional look and feel to this compact digital camera. It has built-in image stabilization to provide crystal clear pictures even in low lighting conditions. The OHS (ollen sensor-shift optical image stabilization) mechanism provided by the iPhone 12 pro max lets you take photos even in bright light with no concern of having blurred images.
The front-mounted fingerprint scanner and the proximity sensor are both pretty standard on high end devices from Apple, but there is one additional feature that sets the iPhone 12 pro max apart from the iPhone 11 pro max. The camera’s on-screen keypad is actually two modes, regular, fun mode, and professional mode. The fun mode makes use of the on-screen fun icons along with touch gestures to bring up a complete snapshot of your face, including your eye and mouth. The professional mode makes use of the standard camera icon along with a number of functions like red eye reduction, focus, picture recording, and so forth. You can even use it as a flashlight.
In addition to this neat trick, the iPhone 12 pro max gives users the option to use its facial recognition feature when creating a photo automatically. A drawing or a photograph of an object is drawn on the screen using software programs which use the device’s OPE (optical eye-start technology). Then, as you select a particular object, it is automatically highlighted and filled in, thus, giving you a live drawing. You can then adjust the color if necessary and then have the drawing applied to the screen. Once you save the image, you get a black and white version to erase all the red eye.
The iPhone 12 pro max vs the iPhone 13 pro max has similar features, with the only difference being the fact that the former has a higher mega pixel camera. While comparing, one could argue that the latter has a better optical zoom feature. However, neither camera comes out looking good in real life. Users will have to make their choice based on their individual needs. For example, those who prefer to take clear and quality photographs may go for the iPhone 13 pro max.
As previously mentioned, the camera is just like the one in the iPhone X, which was launched a year ago. So, which one is the better gadget? At this point, it’s difficult to answer that question. In the next part of this two part article series, we will compare the iPhone 12 pro max to the much more powerful and expensive iPhone X.