DxOMark has announced an iPhone 12 Pro camera review and has been predicted. The new model offers a slight improvement over last year’s iPhone 11 Pro in the right place, a 4 point improvement over the 11 Pro.
iPhone 12 Pro scorecard
In terms of hardware, all three sensors output 12MP shots. There is a main 26mm equivalent lens with F / 1.6 aperture and OIS. This is supported by a 13mm equivalent ultra-wide-angle lens with an F / 2.4 aperture and a 52mm telephoto module with an F / 2.0 aperture and OIS. New this year is the LiDAR sensor used for depth detection.
The 12 Pro worked perfectly well. DxO cites consistent autofocus performance, accurate colors, and detailed preservation. The details of the indoor shot were rendered very well and the exposure was entirely spotted.
The noise was obvious and tended to spoil the details, but night shots were also good with good exposure. Dynamic range wasn’t a particular strength, and the telephoto sensor struggled with more demanding tasks as it zoomed further. The ultra-wide-angle performance was good, but the details lag behind other flagships.
Video recording was a particular strength, with excellent results and near-best autofocus, exposure, and color accuracy. Stabilization was also appropriate, and detailed preservation remained appropriate even in dim lighting conditions. The wide dynamic range was another strength.