How to Buy the Best Camera Phone for You ?
Megapixels aren’t everything. The first thing you need to know is that megapixels aren’t everything. Higher megapixels may seem like a bonus, but it’s largely down to the technology inside.
Openness is Key
What should you keep in mind? Openness. A number that appears with an f / in front may seem a little confusing at first glance, but it says a lot about the camera you have.
An aperture of f / 1.4 is wider than an aperture of f / 2.0, for example, which means that the camera will let in much more light and therefore a greater potential for detail.
Don’t Forget Pixel Size and Sensors
Pixel and sensor size is as important as that f-number. In short, the size of each individual pixel (measured in um) determines the quality of the image. Unlike the aperture, larger is better when it comes to pixels and sensor size.
Do you have a large camera sensor? More information can be collected, resulting in better dynamic range and less visual noise, while a larger pixel size allows more light to enter, with better low-light performance.
Here’s a list of the Best Camera Mobile Phones
Apple iPhone 11 Pro
It’s not just the triple camera matrix, it’s the image quality and usability
Release date: September 2019 | Back cameras: 12MP 13mm f / 2.4, 12MP 26mm f / 1.8, 12MP 52mm f / 2 | Front camera: 12MP camera, f / 2.2 TrueDepth | OIS: yes | Weight: 188g | Dimensions: 144 x 71.4 x 8.1 mm | Storage: 64/256 / 512GB
The triple-camera array on iPhone 11 Pro is barely at the forefront of current standards, but it works brilliantly.
The new ultra-wide camera is simply brilliant for travel photography, monuments, and spectacular interiors. And while it can’t match the edge-to-edge image quality of other lenses, it still produces ultra-wide, crisp, distortion-free images that expand your horizons in every way.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
On the surface, the Galaxy S10 Plus camera offering hasn’t changed much since last year’s phone. It is equipped with an identical 12 megapixel unit with double aperture (f/1.5 or f/2.4) and a 12 megapixel f/2.4 camera with 2x zoom.
These are exactly the same specifications as before, but what is new here is an ultra-wide 16-megapixel unit with a field of view equivalent to a 12-mm full-frame lens.
The double-aperture camera is still as impressive as ever, capable of capturing some truly breathtaking images in low light conditions. In addition, the video hardware of the Galaxy S10 Plus has been upgraded and is now capable of capturing HDR10+ clips with improved dynamic range.
Google Pixel 4
Release date: October 2019 | Back cameras: 16MP + 12.2MP | Front camera: 8MP | OIS: yes | Back camera apertures: f / 2.4 + f / 1.7 | Autofocus type: phase detection and dual-pixel phase detection | Weight: 162 g | Dimensions: 68.8 x 147.1 x 8.2 mm | Storage: 64/128 GB
In short, camera phones are no better than Google Pixel 4. When Google re-launched their mobile phones under the name Pixel, it was clear that much of their focus (if you’ll pardon the pun) was on the quality of The Onboard Cameras.
Huawei P30 Pro
It’s packed with cutting-edge camera technology, but image quality purists can have trouble.
Release date: April 2019 | Rear cameras: 40MP (wide angle lens, f/1.6, OIS), 20MP (ultra wide angle lens, f/2.2), 8MP (telephoto, f/3.4, OIS) | Front camera: 32MP | OIS: yes | Weight: 192 g | Dimensions: 158 x 73.4 x 8.4 mm | Storage: 128/256/512 GB
The P30 Pro has a lot to love: it’s a camera phone that has it all: great low-light photography, incredible zoom capabilities (5x optical) and powerful specifications. It’s been given four lenses on its back, one of which is a time-of-flight sensor.
This means that its depth detection is also fantastic. It all adds up to an extraordinarily versatile camera phone that works well in virtually any shooting scenario.
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