Apple launched the new iPhone 11 on September 10 and the first tests were published last week. This test iPhone 11 overview can help you with the purchase of a smartphone.
The improvements of the cameras
Apple has improved the photographic capabilities of the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro.
A Night Mode has been added, with which you can photograph in dark light conditions and the HDR results are improved. With Deep Fusion you can take 24 megapixel photos for large prints. The portrait mode of the iPhone 11 Pro can also be used with the standard wide angle lens and the selfie cameras are now 12 megapixels.
All models have an extra camera with an ultra wide angle lens. This lens is equivalent to a 13 mm lens in 35 mm format. Ideal for landscape and interior photography. Furthermore, the 52 mm telephoto lens of the iPhone 11 Pro is made brighter, so that you can take better photos in low light.
View the September 2019 event for the camera improvements and samples. The video starts at 50:44.
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iPhone 11 tests by The Verge
The reviewer is enthusiastic about the camera and the battery life.
Video of the iPhone 11 Pro
The reviewer concludes that the iPhone 11 is the best choice for most users. The screen of the iPhone 11 Pro is much better and it has a telephoto lens, but is also much more expensive. He explains the improved HDR mode with comparison photos of the iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone XS, Pixel 3 and Note 10. The Night Mode is compared with that of the Pixel 3.
The iPhone 11
The reviewer compares the Night Mode of the iPhone 11 with that of the Pixel 3 and the HDR mode with that of the iPhone XS, Pixel 3 and Note 10. Read more on The Verge’s website.
iPhone 11 tests by Techcrunch
The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro are compared with each other. Examples of the improved HDR mode, the portrait mode with the 52 mm telephoto lens and the portrait mode with the standard wide-angle lens. Furthermore, the Night Mode is compared with that of the Pixel 3.
iPhone 11 review by Techcrunch
The reviewer has made this comparison video with the ultra wide angle lens and the standard wide angle lens.
iPhone 11 tests by Gearpatrol
Tests of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro with examples of the Night Mode and the ultra wide angle lens.
iPhone 11 tests by Wired
The reviewer is critical about the standard amount of storage memory and the innovative content of the iPhone 11.
Test of the iPhone 11
With comparison photos of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, OnePlus 7 Pro and the iPhone XS. Read more on the Wired website.
Test of the iPhone 11 Pro Max
With comparison photos of the Google Pixel 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, OnePlus 7 Pro and the iPhone XS. Read more on the Wired website.
iPhone 11 tests by Engadget
Test of the iPhone 11 with many sample photos and an overview of the performance of the chipsets of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, Galaxy Note 10, Pixel 3XL and the Huawei P30 Pro. Read more on the Engadget website.
Test by Tom’s guide
The reviewer of the iPhone 11 believes that it is the best phone camera for night photography that they have ever tested. Read more on the Tom’s guide website.
iPhone 11 tests by Cnet
Video of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
Test by a professional photographer
Cnet had the iPhone 11 Pro with its three cameras tested by a professional photographer for two days. He has taken photos in San Fransico and is particularly enthusiastic about the ultra wide angle lens. He shows the differences between the cameras with sample photos. Read more on the Cnet website.
Review of the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
The differences between the models are explained and you can view many sample photos. Read more on the Cnet website.
Review of the iPhone 11
The differences with the iPhone 11 Pro. Furthermore, an overview with the specifications of the iPhone 11, Pro, Pro Max, XR, XS and XS Max. Read more on the Cnet website.
iPhone 11 test by ISO 1200
A lot of attention for the improved iPhone camera app and the ultra wide angle lens.
Also read my blog about lensflare or go to the overview with all iPhone photography blogs.
An example of lens flare that has been added with an app.
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