(All Raw Photos & Videos )Apple iphone 14 Pro Max Camera Test in Photography & Videography in Day & Night by Photographer

 The standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus have a dual camera system with a new 12-megapixel main camera and an ultra-wide-angle camera. The main camera now has a larger f/1.5 aperture, which helps ensure better low-light performance. And it offers optical image stabilization with sensor shift. Even the front-facing camera is back with a new f/1.9 aperture, again contributing to better low-light performance. And it now has autofocus for sharper front-facing shots.




The iPhone 14 Pro models offer even more improvements. The devices have a new 48-megapixel main camera with a quad-pixel sensor that can deliver excellent low-light performance. Quad-pixel technology means that the image output will still be 12 megapixels. And this technology means the main sensor can be used for the 2x telephoto option in the camera app, while the central 12 megapixels can be used for full-resolution images. Speaking of the telephoto lens, the device has a new telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom.

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Apple launched the most impressive camera we've seen on an iPhone this year, improving both the resolution and sensor size of the main camera. While the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max feature modest 1/1.7-inch sensors, for 2022 Apple is introducing a large 1/1.28-inch sensor in the iPhone 14 Pro.

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The 14 Pro's larger sensor is complemented by a 48MP high-resolution, f/1.78 lens with a 24mm focal length, second-generation sensor-shift optical image stabilization, a seven-element lens, and 100% pixel focus.

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For the first time, the iPhone's camera rivals its Android counterparts in terms of both specs and performance.




Secondary cameras are 12MP, so the primary camera on the 14 Pro shoots 12MP by default, even though it captures large 48MP RAW photos.


Apple uses a high-resolution main camera sensor when it comes to telephoto offerings. After adding the digital lens, the iPhone 14 Pro cuts into the internal 12MP main camera sensor to create a native 12MP double telephoto lens. This punches up to 48mm - perfect for portraits.

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Of course, the biggest difference on paper between the old and new phones is the larger sensor and 48MP resolution of the main camera.





The ultra-wide-angle camera has also been upgraded, getting a 1/2.55-inch sensor size and matching it with 12MP resolution and 13mm focal length. It also benefits from 100% of its pixels being focus pixels, has a six-element lens and autofocus, and is used as the default camera when shooting subjects closer than about 20cm.

ULTRA-WIDE CAMERA

In terms of zoom, the 14 Pro features the same 12MP triple telephoto lens as the 13 Pro Max, with a 77mm focal length and f/2.8 aperture, as well as OIS and a six-element lens.





The iPhone 14 Pro's LiDAR scanner helps with portraits in night mode, while the 14 series introduces a new action mode that adds GoPro-style stabilization to 2.7K video content.

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Today, a Chinese leaker revealed details about the camera module of the iPhone 14 series. As he said, “the iPhone 14 Pro series has a high-pixel ultra-large rear lens module that is visible to the naked eye. Apple's experience with cameras has always been leading. The only drawback was the absence of an ultra-telephoto lens. "





The iPhone 14 Pro Max's main camera sensor size will be increased to 1/1.3-inch, with a single 1.22μm pixel. It will also have support for the integration of four pixels (12MP). This sensor can be customized for Sony.


Of course, the biggest difference on paper between the old and new phones is the larger sensor and 48MP resolution of the main camera.

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A larger sensor is a matter of course. The bigger the sensor, the better the pictures. The sensor is 65% larger than its predecessor, which is significant in percentage terms, but it's still an extremely small sensor compared to dedicated cameras.

Turn on 48MP, though, and now the pixels are smaller. This is because the 65% larger size is now divisible by four. The net result is that the pixels are around 60% smaller than on the iPhone 13 Pro.


The reason why iPhone 14 Pro models need to upgrade the display module should be in line with the industry trend. Recording 8K 16:9 video requires at least a 33MP lens. Currently, the Android flagship with a resolution of 200 megapixels is about to hit the market. It seems unreasonable if Apple still insists on the original 12 megapixels.

Dual camera system

12MP Main: 26mm, aperture ƒ/1.5, optical image stabilization with sensor shift, seven-element lens, 100% focus pixels

12MP Ultra Wide: 13mm, ƒ/2.4 aperture and 120° field of view, five-element lens

2x optical zoom; digital zoom up to 5x

Sapphire lens cover

True Tone flash

Photonic engine

Deep Fusion

Smart HDR 4

Portrait mode with advanced bokeh and depth control

Portrait lighting with six effects (Natural, Studio, Contours, Stage, Stage Mono, High-Key Mono)

Night mode

Panorama (up to 63 MP)

Photographic styles

Wide color capture for photos and live photos

Lens correction (Ultra Wide)

Advanced red-eye correction

Automatic image stabilization

Burst mode

Geotagging photos

Captured image formats: HEIF and JPEG


Apple is splitting its iPhone lineup into two forks, with the more affordable iPhone 14 and 14 Plus getting the (slightly) short end when it comes to camera features. That's fine because they're quite capable for imaging and video.

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Like the iPhone 13, the "regular" models of the iPhone 14 have dual cameras, one with an ultra-wide shot and the other with a classic wide-angle shot (26 mm), which has become the de facto standard view for smartphones. The front selfie camera has an f/2.2 lens for FaceTime chats and selfies.


The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are now official, and while they may not have all the premium features of the Pro models, they're still the most affordable with a lower price. The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max feature most of the upgrades this time around, both in terms of design and hardware.

Record 4K video at 24 fps, 25 fps, 30 fps or 60 fps

Record 1080p HD video at 25 fps, 30 fps or 60 fps

HD video recording 720p at 30 fps

Movie mode up to 4K HDR at 30 fps

Action mode up to 2.8K at 60 fps

HDR video recording with Dolby Vision up to 4K at 60 fps

Slow motion video support for 1080p at 120 fps or 240 fps

Time-lapse video with stabilization

Night mode Time lapse mode

Quick Take video

Optical image stabilization with sensor shift for video (main)

2x optical zoom

Digital zoom up to 3x

Audio Zoom

True Tone flash

Cinematic video stabilization (4K, 1080p and 720p)

Continuous video with autofocus

Take 8MP photos while recording 4K video

Zoom during playback

Recorded video formats: HEVC and H.264

Stereo recording



The iPhone 14 Plus was rumored to be called the iPhone 14 Max before launch, but Apple decided to revive the Plus model name, which had not been used since the iPhone 8 Plus in 2017. The new model replaces the iPhone mini, which was discontinued just two years after it was originally introduced with the iPhone 12 series. While the mini flagship iPhone is officially dead, Apple continues to cater to those who prefer smaller displays with the iPhone SE.


The iPhone 14 retains the 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR OLED display from the iPhone 13. On the other hand, the iPhone 14 Plus gets a 6.7-inch screen, matching the size of the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Both feature Apple's Ceramic Shield protection but lack the 120Hz refresh rate of the Pro models. This also means that the iPhone 14 Pro's Always-On display feature is also missing from the base iPhones.

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In terms of colors, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus come in five shades – blue, purple, midnight, starlight and product (red). The new purple color is a lighter shade that is more lilac, unlike the iPhone 14 Pro models that get a dark purple shade.

Last week I found out the various reasons Apple gave for upgrading to the new Apple 14 Pro Max. I thought Apple did an effective sales job in their presentation and I was excited to get my hands on the unit.

12MP camera

Aperture ƒ/1.9

Autofocus with Focus Pixels

Six-element lens

Retina Flash

Photonic engine

Deep Fusion

Smart HDR 4

Portrait mode with advanced bokeh and depth control

Portrait lighting with six effects (Natural, Studio, Contours, Stage, Stage Mono, High-Key Mono)

Animoji and Memoji

Night mode

Photographic styles

Wide color capture for photos and live photos

Lens correction

Automatic image stabilization

Burst mode

Record 4K video at 24 fps, 25 fps, 30 fps or 60 fps

Record 1080p HD video at 25 fps, 30 fps or 60 fps

Movie mode up to 4K HDR at 30 fps

HDR video recording with Dolby Vision up to 4K at 60 fps

Slow motion video support for 1080p at 120 fps

Time-lapse video with stabilization

Night mode Time lapse mode

Quick Take video

Cinematic video stabilization (4K, 1080p and 720p)

On Wednesday I did and immediately ran out on a photography expedition to Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach, California, through afternoon sun, magic hour and sunset, a dark night at 5am, and a gorgeous sunrise.

But the story does not end there. When shooting 12MP photos, which remains the default, the iPhone uses a technique known as pixel binning to effectively turn each block of four physical pixels into a single virtual pixel. These virtual pixels are larger than those used in the iPhone 13 Pro.

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