After opening the box and getting started, foreign media macrumors specially evaluated the camera part of the iPhone 12 pro, and compared it with the iPhone 11 pro, so as to observe how much the new generation of iPhone has improved in photography. First of all, the iPhone 12 Pro uses the same three shot scheme as the iPhone 11 pro, including wide-angle lens, ultra wide angle lens and telephoto lens, but the iPhone 12 Pro adds a lidar sensor, and is equipped with a faster A14 chip and an image signal processor. < / P > < p > the new deep fusion of the front camera can extract the best pixels in multiple exposures, so as to obtain a clearer, more delicate and less noisy image, and can be activated in medium light environment. < / P > < p > smart HDR 3 improves highlights, shadows and white balance, giving you more realistic natural lighting, while Dolby vision HDR recording allows you to record and edit HDR video from the front camera for better self portraits than ever before. < / P > < p > in the actual experience, you need to be in a specific environment to feel the difference between the two generations of iPhones. In daily use, users are not aware of it, most of the changes are details. The most noticeable improvement is the night scene self timer function. < / P > < p > the iPhone 12 Pro also improves automatic stability. The new F / 2.0 telephoto lens has a focal length of 52mm, while the ultra wide angle lens has not changed. However, it does provide lens correction function to solve the distortion lens that may come from wide angle, and supports “night mode” with the help of lidar scanner. < / P > < p > deep fusion is suitable for all lenses and improves color and texture. Smart HDR 3 includes scene recognition, which allows iPhone to recognize everyday scenes and adjust accordingly to make photos look more realistic. < / P > < p > although the images taken by iPhone 12 pro do look better, the difference between iPhone 12 pro and iPhone 11 Pro is very subtle. Unless you zoom in to see the details, the two iPhone shots are very similar. IPhone 11 Pro can show some excellent images in ideal lighting conditions, so it’s not surprising to see subtle improvements here. < / P > < p > Apple’s A14 chip and lidar scanner (which can take the depth map of the scene), so as to separate the shooting object from the background and provide better depth of field effect. You can see that the iPhone 12 Pro has better edge detection than its predecessor, especially for fur and hair. < / P > < p > lidar scanners can even implement “night mode” portraits, so you can get incredible low light level portraits that you can’t capture in the same way with the iPhone 11 pro. < / P > < p > in low lighting conditions, the advantages of A14 chip and lidar scanner are highlighted again. The photos taken by iPhone 12 Pro are obviously better, and night mode photos can capture more details, clearer and more vivid. < / P > < p > “night mode” photos can also be taken with an ultra wide angle lens for the first time to achieve an impressive night wide angle shot, while lidar brings faster autofocus when there is not enough light. < / P > < p > as you can see in the video above, HDR Dolby vision recording looks great, but it’s limited at the moment. You can easily edit videos on the iPhone, but it lacks MAC compatibility, but it needs to be played on Dolby vision compatible devices such as iPhone or Dolby vision TV. < / P > < p > if you capture a video in Dolby vision on the iPhone 12 pro and play it back on the iPhone, it works great. Dolby vision HDR is enabled by default, so remember that the video you are recording may not look good for the video you send to others. < / P > < p > Dolby horizon HDR is significant for users who want to shoot movies on their iPhones and do serious “iPhone” video recording, but it’s not very useful for ordinary “iPhone” users. < / P > < p > for video mode, there is a new “night mode” delay photography option, which is interesting if you want to shoot longer exposure night sky videos, but most people may not be able to use them in large quantities due to the need for tripods. < / P > < p > the iPhone 12 Pro obviously offers many optimizations for the camera, but it doesn’t make much difference for ordinary users. These new features are mainly for professional iPhone photographers. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure