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32 thoughts on “I was WRONG about the iPhone 11 Pro Camera… – Smartphone Camera Showdown d technology pro”

  1. After watching these clips, I have to say, the phones don't really have an upper hand to one another, sometimes they have the best photo, sometimes they don't, it really just depends on the lighting situation for each phone.

  2. I don’t think you a a phone or just a tech reviewer coz you just hate apple and apple is one of the most important tech makers and that’s why I don’t think you are a reviewer coz you hate apple and that clouds your judgment

  3. Seriously who actually zooms that much to their picture? The people I know took a photo and is more than happy if the picture is clear and artifact-free.

  4. Bruh Apple's images look hideous as soon as you throw in a human subject. Like, wtaf was that face at 4:25? You prefer that? Even the white balance didn't seem right on that one. The girl barely looks human…
    Also, I'd take Pixel's images all day every day due to Apple's white balance issues. I am fine with the background being blown out a little if the subject in front has better white balance and exposure. Deep fusion is a good trick, but Pixel is still the game

  5. iPhone putting a yellow tint and hazing every shot to me doesn't make it better. This is why I stopped using iPhones. I simply do not understand why people think iPhones take great pictures. They're ok, but they've developed a style seemingly purposefully in contrast to Pixel. I disagree with Linus.

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