The phone's camera function alone makes it uniquely special amongst the crowd. The sharpness, motion blur, and dynamic range created by the phone's entourage of improved specs are hard proof. Take a look at the RAW images below, both shot on the native Wide Lens from our Moment App. The foreground is crisp, the landscapes are tack sharp, and no matter how cluttered or dynamic the range is — its details and vibrant colors are clearly seen.
The dynamic range in photography refers to the range of light intensities from the shadows to the highlights. It is — by far — one of the most important aspects to consider when searching for a good camera. With the iPhone Xs Max's new “Smart HDR” function, its entire purpose is to retain the detail and soften skin tone to portray a more pleasing effect on faces.
It’s no doubt the XS Max holds a ton of value in its ability to shoot dark, moody scenes. Thanks to the larger range in ISO (24 ISO to 2304 ISO) and wider pixel size (1.4 microns), the phone proves to have a better advantage in low-light situations than most smartphones on the market.
Crimson reds, sparkly golds, and emerald greens so creamy and wild the iPhone Xs Max is a gorgeous path for colorful discovery. Photographers known for their unique use of color to tell a story find it important to have the ability to retain such details in their images. Folks, we can confidently say that the Xs Max did the job well. Just see for yourself.
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