The Star S22Ultra has been officially released; this time, the rear camera module includes a lens with a focal length of 108 million pixels, as well as two 10-megapixel telephoto lenses that support up to 10x periscope optical zoom shooting. Because the camera module is so powerful, how big is the difference in night shots between the iPhone 13ProMax and the following groups of night shooting comparison chart?
To begin, consider the outdoor close-up night shot comparison. The advantage of the Star S22Ultra is obvious: the scene is very bright and rich in detail, as evidenced by the lighting scene on the city buildings, but the disadvantage of exposure is overexposure, which results in the loss of some details. The lighting effect of the iPhone13ProMax shot is very good, but the leaves are not clear enough, and dark spots are more prevalent.
Then, while shooting this car control, take a look at the indoor close-up shots. The picture taken with the Star S22Ultra appeared reddish light, but the surrounding areas were still very clear. Although not as bright as S22Ultra, iPhone13ProMax captured the scene, the details are richer, and the overall effect is quite good.
The color difference between the two flagships at this time can be seen in this set of night shot comparisons. The image from the Star S22Ultra is slightly cooler, especially in the distant foliage and lights. The image from the iPhone 13 ProMax is warmer, and it’s more realistic, though some of the details aren’t as sharp as those from the Star S22Ultra.
The road is very bright in the iPhone13ProMax, but the stores are overexposed, and the residential building’s balcony is a dark piece.
The iPhone 13 ProMax highlights the iPhone 13 ProMax’s strengths: the face is more realistic and natural, and the hair details are more visible.
Then take a look at the zoom shots; this is an area where the Star S22Ultra excels, producing a bright image with crisp light sign letters. On the other hand, the zoom shot on the iPhone13ProMax appeared noisey, the letter lights were slightly blurred, and the image detail was not as good as the Star S22Ultra.
The last group is a distant shot; this group of twilight was actually shot slightly better by iPhone13ProMax; the sky blue color is very clear, with a gradient color from near to far. Although the real degree is not as good as the iPhone13ProMax, the overall effect is still better with the Star S22Ultra for color plus a layer of filter.
After comparing the night shot, it’s clear that both the Star S22Ultra and the iPhone13ProMax have merits of their own, and the gap isn’t as wide as you might think. What are your thoughts, dear friends?