The soldier knows best is so let me get this out of the way right now I’m not trying to determine a winner between the iPhone 11 pro and the iPhone S. E. in this camera comparison because we all know that the more expensive.
11 pro has a better all-around camera system because just on the back, it does have a triple camera set up with an ultra-wide a wide-angle and a telephoto camera all three comings in at 12 megapixels. Still, on the back of the iPhone S. E., it only has one single 12-megapixel wide-angle camera and so on paper.
This doesn’t look like a fair fight, but you will see in this video that the $399 iPhone S. ET can hold its own against the $1000 iPhone 11 pro so let’s jump right into it all right so let’s kick things off by looking at some portrait mode photos coming from the front-facing cameras and look.
If I didn’t tell you which bottle came from which phone at the bottom of this article and be very hard to tell the two apart until you start to zoom in and kind of focus on some of the details because both photos look excellent as far as cutting me off in the background. Still, I do like the blurred that the iPhone 11 pro has for is pictures look at smoother little bit creamier compared to the one on the S. C.
Which is still really good but again I’m just going to be NIT picking here to try to tell the difference between the two and then one thing you will start to see with the iPhone S. eat throughout this entire article is that its photos and videos tend to be a little bit warmer than.
What you get on the iPhone 11 pro. I do like my skin tone is a little bit better on the 11 advantages just for my taste, and we do zoom in a little bit and look at that hair on top of my list which is supposed to be a mustache you will see a little bit more detail with the iPhone 11 pro.
Just zooming back out both of these photos look excellent I wouldn’t have a problem with either one now before we move on from the front-facing camera as far as the images are concerned.
If you’re not taking a portrait mode selfie. You’re just trying to make a regular group selfie on the 11 pros you can zoom out to get more people inside of your photo, which can be very convenient, but you can’t do that on the iPhone S. E. okay so now this.
The script and take a look at some portrait mode pictures using the rear-facing cameras, and one cool thing about this is that even though the S. he only has one single rear-facing camera and you typically like to see at least 2.
When you’re trying to take portrait mode pictures the SP is using the same 813 processor that’s inside of the iPhone 11 pro is using software and machine learning to allow it to be able to take a portrait mode picture as good.
This, and to be honest, is doing a great job is almost at the point to make me question okay with the 11 pros I’m paying more apple needs to do a little bit more here to give me a better image. Both of these look good, and on the SEC that that background is a little bit blurry than on the iPhone 11 pro, so I like that in this photo, but both look pretty good throughout and just like.
We saw with the photos from the front-facing cameras that both did an outstanding job putting me out from the background, usually on iPhone pictures. I start to see a struggling a bit but in these situations and did a great job. Still, I do want you do not zoom in on my hairline pleased what you don’t get out of there I messed up a little while ago trying to line myself up man and yeah I jacked up so don’t focus on that in this video give me a break but yeah.
I like the photos coming from the phones in this scenario, and the last thing with portrait mode here is that typically iPhones do struggle with trying to take portrait mode pictures of things that are not faces.
In this case, the iPhone 11 pro does handle taking this photo of this fire hydrant better than the iPhone Essie, which could never lock on to make a decent portrait mode pictures, so if you do like to take portrait images of objects you want to go with 11 pros.
Okay, so now typically we do take your I. phone out of your pocket. You open up the camera app. It will default to taking a photo with the regular wide-angle camera. These next set of photos I’m going to represent just what most people do with their phones, and I want to focus on this primary full angle camera.
So with this first set of photos, you will notice that the iPhone SE’s pitcher is a little warmer as I mentioned before now I like this because the sun is out of frame on the left-hand side of both of these photos, but the S. E. did capture that glow which I do.
Like we’re on the 11 pros, just kind of even the image out has an excellent perfect balance of color there. I didn’t notice too when you look at the sky the 11 pro does a great job at keeping that entire sky blue way on the S. E. towards that left-hand side where their son is you see that it’s a little blown out there, so the exposure wasn’t handled as correctly as it was on the 11 pros. With these photos, I do see more detail and D.
Individual pedals in the photo from the iPhone 11 pro versus the one on the S. E. you see a little bit more clarity a little bit more sharpness in that photo coming from the 11 pros and what I want to show you with
These photos is that on the 11 pro HDR is just better right, so we look at the green leaves on the bottom of these flowers you start to see that come into play there. Then we look at how the sky is exposed to the 11 pros beautiful lovely even atmosphere was on the iPhone Essie.
Next to that building, you start to see that it is blown out a little bit. We have the same thing going on here with the sun right behind the top of the buildings you can see the difference in how both phones handled that sun coming in.
Still, one thing you can also notice here is that this building looks pretty cool. I always wanted to get the entire building in the shot, and that’s where that also why camera comes into play with the 11 pros and allows you to get everything you want in the photo without having to move where on the SP.
I would have to take a step back to do the same thing physically and then when you want to zoom in on a subject you can use the telephoto camera on the 11 pros which are going to zoom in optically and instead of having to rely on a digital zoom which is going to be less quality, but that’s what the iPhone as he has to do.
You can see that the S. he does a good job, but it’s just not going to be as good as you see on the 11 pros. When you find yourself trying to take some photos at night D. S. P. does not have a dedicated night mode, but the 11 advantage does have, and the difference is elementary to see here, and I was curious about why there.
She doesn’t have it because that seems to be a bit more software-focused, and it does have 13 us out of it, so this could come in a later software update, but for now, what you see is what you get. With the iPhone S. E. when taking pictures in the dark all right so now let’s switch things up and talk about the article so both.
Phones can record article with the rear-facing cameras up to 4 K. at 60 frames per second here right now, I’m doing a blind video test I want you to look at both articles and try to see little differences here. I’ll tell you which one is which in just a second but you can kind of already tell this is going to be tough because both videos look excellent.
You can’t do it okay, so now I’m doing a front-facing camera test starting with the iPhone S. eat and do pay attention to the audio, and I experimented earlier. I found that the microphones on both phones were very similar to each other, so I was happy with that but as far as the video.
Quality, the iPhone Essie, can only record front-facing video up to 1080 P. at 30 frames per second that’s definitely behind the 4 K. article frames per second that the iPhone 11 pro can get up to so let’s go ahead and switch over to the iPhone 11 pro right now okay so now I am on the iPhone 11 pro. I got a train going behind me, but yeah you can see that that that 4 K. 60 frames per second brings.
This front-facing camera was more aligned with the replacing him with that you have on this phone so as far as like trying to have consistent video quality with both the rear and front-facing cameras.
This is the 1 to go with us now I do think that most people use their front-facing cameras for photos and videos. Hence, I believe that this may not be a deal-breaker for most people. Still, it’s interesting to see the difference in quality okay, so now let me keep everything simple here in the iPhone S. E. is a great excellent camera system for when you want to take your phone out of your pocket and capture that moment.
You don’t care about and also why if you don’t care about telephoto you don’t care about all of these little different things here you want to be able to capture that moment quickly by tapping the camera app and pressing that shutter button the SP is excellent mainly compared to the 11 pros because you’re going to see some very similar results with the photos and especially the article you want to be more adventurous.
If you want to have a great camera system and all types of situations and you want to go with the 11 pros because it’s more flexible and gives you slightly better quality and all of those different categories but for right now for 300 $99 I’m delighted with the S. E. and what it can do but what do you think to leave your comment down below