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This year, MKBHD continues to maintain that habit when uploading the latest video camera sensor test to YouTube, and what surprised everyone was that in the first round, the iPhone 12 Pro Max failed before the OnePlus 8T.
Saying this is an emotional test because it has no scientific basis, it just revolves around revealing the best photos people think are taken with any device – the evaluation of the photos is done entirely by Sensitive, no other information is provided. Marques shared the photos on his social media site a few days ago so that followers could vote for the photo they liked better.
Last year, the iPhone 11 Pro was beaten in the first round by a photo taken by the OnePlus 7T Pro. But if you think the results this year will be a little different when the iPhone 12 Pro Max has a terrible camera cluster, then … you are wrong.
The photo taking the test was taken by 16 different smartphones, including Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Pixel 5, Huawei Mate 40, iPhone SE and iPhone 12 Pro Max. To the surprise of many, both iPhones fell to their rivals!
The iPhone SE’s camera was compared to that of the Moto Edge +, but followers of MKBHD opted for a better photo over the Moto Edge + one. Then, the photo taken by the iPhone 12 Pro Max is placed next to the one by the OnePlus 8T – just like last year, OnePlus made the iPhone cry.
The two best photos of everyone’s choice were taken by Zenfone 7 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra – can you guess who won? That is Zenfone 7 Pro.
Marques explains that the photos he compares are completely untouched or even pre-calibrated, because the idea behind the test is to find out which phone can take the best shot at fully automatic mode. While the photos taken by the iPhone SE and Moto Edge + look very similar, the one shot by the iPhone 12 Pro Max is blown out, while the OnePlus 8T does better in HDR mode.
Marques also says that things like exposure, white balance, and saturation are often the deciding factors for how people look at an image and choose which photo works best. Although the photos taken from both iPhones were highly detailed, their color temperatures were slightly bluish because the sky behind the window affected the entire photo.
Source : Genk