An iPhone 11 Pro camera review by a 'pro' photog takes us on a wide night samples trip

An iPhone 11 Pro camera review by a 'pro' photog takes us on a wide night samples trip
Gather around, Apple fans and photography lovers, we finally have unedited samples from the iPhone 11 Pro tri-camera model made by a 'pro' cameraman, and none other than Austin Mann at that.

He has been given early access to the 11 Pro and took it on a journey to Asia with expectedly great results. While we had no doubt that the pics will be great - after all, even a lowly mobile phone camera can produce excellent results in the hands of a skilled photographer. 

What we were most interesting to read the actual comments on each shot, and the explanations why Apple decide to do this or that with the iPhone 11 camera software didn't disappoint.

First off, we are starting with the question on everyone's mind - how's the Night mode doing? First, because iPhone fans are just now getting this feature, and, second, because night shots are the hardest test for a puny phone sensor, and each manufacturer approaches its low-light mode in a different manner. How did Apple decide to do it? 

Apple iPhone 11 'pro' camera review Night mode samples

Apple iPhone 11 Pro 'pro' camera review wide-angle and portrait samples

The wide-angle lens and the new "smarter" HDR mode that isolates facial feature for richer tones and emphasis, are also getting some "pro" analytical love:

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iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • Display 6.5 inches 2688 x 1242 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP (Triple camera) 12 MP front
  • Hardware Apple A13 Bionic 4GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB, not expandable
  • Battery 3969 mAh
  • OS iOS 13.x


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