Note 10 Plus Camera vs iPhone 11 Pro Max

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Note 10 Plus Camera vs iPhone 11 Pro Max
Note 10 Plus Camera vs iPhone 11 Pro Max

what’s up everybody this is Danny and today you’re seeing a highly-anticipated camera comparison testing one in the sea and that is the brand new iPhone 11 Pro max versus

the Samsung Galaxy Note n plus so they both shoot in 4k but you’re seeing the Samsung Galaxy Note m with portrait mode video you can see that background blur

looks pretty good to me in my opinion so I’m gonna start walking around and what I’m gonna do is switch the audio to see which audio source is better

tell me which microphone picks up better let me know what the dynamic range looks like I know this might not be a fair test comparison so let me switch

out of portrait mode video that is better you can see that there’s a crop now on the note 10 plus but now there is an ultra-wide on the iPhone

11 as well so that’s gonna be really cool to test out and there is also a night mode on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Series so I

can’t wait to check that out so let’s go ahead and test these cameras in all lighting conditions and let’s see which camera system is the best let’s do this

before we get started I want to talk about the settings both were left in pure auto mode scene optimizer is left on the note 10 plus since it comes

on by default remember the note 10 plus does have a pro mode so if you want to fine-tune your photos before snapping you can do that and the iPhone

still does not offer a pro mode in the stock camera application but I wanted to make this test as fair as possible so I kept them both on auto

in good lighting they are both fantastic full of dynamic range really nice colors and lots of detail you can’t go wrong with either but let me break down the

differences that I saw after reviewing over 350 images side by side they are both very similar but you will notice that the note does favor the heavier saturation and

contrast that’s not in every shot though so it does go back and forth but the biggest difference that I noticed across all the photos is the white balance in

a lot of the shots the iPhone favors the warmer tones so that is a preference thing in the end but it does go back and forth so I can’t

say it happens all the time but that’s the biggest difference that I noticed after looking at so many images generally the note 10 plus takes the brighter image and

it tends to overexpose by half a stop or so in harsher fighting conditions the iPhone tends to have a more balanced approach when it comes to highlight preservation and

in some instances just shows higher dynamic range but once again it keeps flip-flopping so it’s hard to make a generalised statement like that here the note 10 plus is

brighter and has better dynamic range and is a better overall balance shot and here is the note 10 plus preserving blowout and balancing the overall scene better than the

iPhone so you can see why this was hard the two times telephoto lens on both are great in good lighting if I had to call it though I think

the no 10 plus has the sharper telephoto lens I’m sure that you can just add some sharpness on the iPhone shot to make them look similar but this is

an auto test so out of the camera the note looks sharper this is the first year that the new iPhones get an ultra wide camera it’s about time the

images look great I like how the shadows aren’t crushed on the iPhone in this series of pictures better overall exposure here but once again it goes back and forth

so I can’t say it does this all the time the note is brighter and better exposed here when it comes to detail on the ultra wide shots and no

ten plus is a little sharper when you punch in you’ll see that the iPhones is a little bit softer when it comes to portrait mode things are nice and

fair because they both can shoot portrait with the telephoto and ultra wide lens which is really nice I like having that choice I do like the colors better on

the iPhone skin tone is generally more balanced where the note n tends to overexpose the skin but once again this is a preference thing for sure but I prefer

the iPhone here I think I would give the edge detection and win to the note though look here between the arms of the iPhone it missed that totally where

the note nailed it so in most pictures I like the edges better on the note I’m not a huge selfie taker but both are very good they both can

shoot a wider angle selfie but the iPhones is a little bit wider both are detail but the iPhone has more detail the smoothening especially on the portrait mode shots

are more noticeable on the note n plusses front-facing camera but once again that’ll be preference they both do a great job with edge detection and background blur when it

comes to video it’s a little bit more clear-cut they both shoot 4k up to 60 frames per second the note N Plus has some of the best video quality

when it comes to Android devices but the iPhone edges it here with better dynamic range and bed balance they both have optical image stabilization in 4k both do a

nice job of stabilizing this handheld walking footage but if you look at the sky they know 10 Plus is completely blown out also when you change the setting to

on the note 10 plus where the iPhone 11 Pro has stabilization so shooting video with the ultra wide angle is going to be smoother on the iPhone but if

you’re willing to go down to 1080p there’s a mode on the note 10 plus called super steady it has a legendary stabilization this is me chasing my son after

asking him to run as fast as he can I am jumping over bushes and all kinds of stuff and while the iPhone does alright it’s not even closed when

it comes to this super steady mode it’s really awesome the note 10 plus does have the ability to shoot portrait mode video in certain conditions it can look great

just like this they both have 240 frames per second slow motion in 1080p standard on most flagship phones if you look close enough though the iPhone slow-motion looks smoother

and also sharper but on the note 10 plus you do have a super slow motion option at 960 frames per second it’s not great looking but you can capture

some epic moments like this if you time it right they both have an audio zoom feature where if you zoom in on the video the audio is amplified take

a listen now [Music] [Music] onto the low-light which everybody’s been waiting for they both have night modes and this is the first time on the iPhone that we have

a night mode and man does it make a huge difference I took photos without the night mode then with the night mode it’s unreal the amount of detail that

these cameras can capture I did take some pictures in regular lower light conditions as I normally do but I will save those till the end because I wanted to

push these cameras to their limits so I went to Pandora at Animal Kingdom and if you’ve never been there at night it’s super dark with lots of textures and

colors so this is a perfect test to give you an idea of how dark it is I took a video with both phones this is not an exaggeration all

you see is a few spotlights these are taken with the night mode in the exact same spot it’s really hard to believe it’s just incredible the iPhone generally comes

through with a warmer image and more saturation the night mode I feel is one of the most balanced on the iPhone is more natural looking out of the two

in most cases let me know which one that you think looks better because just like this entire video it does go back and forth but here are two places

where I think that the iPhone pulls ahead if you look at the night most shots you will see that the iPhone images are sharper with more detail and the

best part is the noise reduction if you look at the Samsung images it still retains that noise where the iPhone image is very clean the notes processing on some

instances likes to brighten too much where the image just looks whitewashed this has happened to more than a few times during this test especially with harsh lighting coming from

one side so when it comes to the night mode I’m going to give the edge to the iPhone 11 Pro for the main sensor but if you want to

shoot night mode with the ultra wide on the iPhone you’re luck you’ll just get darkness we’re on the no 10 plus you can use the white angle for the

night mode which is a major win here are some more pictures of just regular low light without the night mode because let’s be real you won’t be using night

mode on every shot the biggest differences that I see here are colors and exposure they definitely handle red different it does go back and forth but when it comes

to the red rendition the iPhone is more accurate after looking at mini photos back to back the iPhone is more consistent with colors and with overall balance like this

sign I took this photo many times and I kept getting the same result not sure why the notes image was so off I do have to note that there

are times with a note N Plus shows higher dynamic range just look at that light so it’s definitely not all bad for the note but the way that these

cameras process they are totally opposite when it comes to colors the two x telephoto in low-light is sharper on the note 10 plus so if you’re punching in at

night or taking a lot of 2x shots you might enjoy the note 10 plus more when it comes to the low-light video though this is a clear win for

the iPhone this is a difficult lighting situation same Park Pandora and animal kingdom but you can clearly see more detail on the iPhone side with way better noise reduction

the notes video is almost unusable it’s so noisy so clear win here for the iPhone here’s video from a more mixed lower light condition they both look similar but

the noise reduction and clarity is better on the iPhone even in this situation when switching between the lenses the iPhone also has better consistency with colors and exposure and

also keeps focus on the subject where in lower light conditions like this the note sometimes loses focus so in the end both of these cameras are awesome and it’s

tough to call an actual winner because I think a lot of times the daytime photos will come down to preference they are both technically great

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