Cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro vs. the 13 Pro: There Is A Difference

Cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro vs. the 13 Pro: There Is A Difference

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Cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro vs. the 13 Pro: There Is A Difference

 

 

Lexy Savvides/CNET compares the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro.

This article is a part of CNET's collection of news, suggestions, and guidance about Apple's best-selling product, Focal Point iPhone 2022.

 

 

 

 

 

The 48-megapixel sensor and Photonic Engine, Apple's latest image-processing method, are just two of the enhancements to the iPhone 14 Pro's camera system that have received rave reviews. On paper, this immediately gives the iPhone 14 Pro an advantage over the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max from the previous year.

 

 

 

But in the real world, how much of a difference do these new hardware and software features actually make?

To find out, I contrasted the cameras on both phones in a variety of difficult scenarios throughout San Francisco. On the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro, both of which are running the most recent version of iOS 16, all of these pictures were taken using the default camera app.

 

 

In this in-depth analysis by my colleague Stephen Shankland, you can learn more about the particular enhancements made to the iPhone 14 Pro's camera system. The images taken by the iPhone 14 Pro and how the Photonic Engine improves photo quality in difficult lighting settings are both thoroughly examined by CNET's Patrick Holland.

 

 

 

More detail is captured by the iPhone 14 Pro's 48-megapixel sensor.

To find out, I contrasted the cameras on both phones in a variety of difficult scenarios throughout San Francisco. On the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro, both of which are running the most recent version of iOS 16, all of these pictures were taken using the default camera app.

 

 

In this in-depth analysis by my colleague Stephen Shankland, you can learn more about the particular enhancements made to the iPhone 14 Pro's camera system. The images taken by the iPhone 14 Pro and how the Photonic Engine improves photo quality in difficult lighting settings are both thoroughly examined by CNET's Patrick Holland.

 

 

 

More detail is captured by the iPhone 14 Pro's 48-megapixel sensor.

It might be difficult to distinguish between the 12-megapixel images taken by the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro in favourable lighting when viewed at a lower magnification. The benefits of the improved sensor and picture processing in the 14 Pro are only apparent when you zoom in a little.

 

The tree trunks in the photos below, which I took in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, are more distinct and sharp on the photos taken with the iPhone 14 Pro than they are on the 13 Pro. Grass and other finely detailed areas keep substantially more resolution. To compare the iPhone 14 Pro to the iPhone 13 Pro more easily, click through to the full resolution image.

Additionally, the main rear camera lens on the iPhone 14 Pro has a broader field of view than the one on the 13 Pro: 24mm as opposed to 26mm. This gives you a bit extra room for your subject in the frame, which may be very useful for landscape photography.

 

 

 

 

The iPhone 14 Pro has a 2x optical zoom capability.

Additionally, the 48-megapixel sensor on the iPhone 14 Pro can capture 12-megapixel images at an actual 2x optical zoom. A new 2x option will be visible in the camera interface. This eliminates the need for a fourth lens by cropping the centre of the higher-resolution image to give you more freedom with focal length right away. Although the iPhone 13 Pro can also shoot images at a 2x zoom, the clarity and amount of detail are not as high due to the usage of digital zoom.

The new 2x option on the iPhone 14 Pro, in my opinion, is helpful for portrait mode. It can take portrait mode images at a 2x zoom, in addition to the 1x and 3x settings that were available on the earlier phone. According to my eye, the pictures look more natural as a result. In my opinion, it enhances face features more than the wide view at 1x or the zoomed-in view at 3x.

 

 

Watch this: Review of the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max: Numerous Upgrades,...

14:11 iPhone 14 Pro vs. 13 Pro: Night mode and low-light capabilities

A new picture processing pipeline on the iPhone 14 Pro will assist to enhance medium- to low-light photography. In all of the images I took at dusk, compared to the iPhone 13 Pro, I can see the difference due to the larger sensor. Look at the way the skyline has captured the detail on the tree branches in the pictures below.

 

Without using night mode, the newer phone also provides greater noise cancellation in dim light. Additionally, low-light dynamic range is increased, capturing more shadow and highlight detail than the previous phone.

 

Both phones employ identical exposure periods for night mode photos, which can range from 1 to 3 seconds depending on the lighting. The image below, taken with the iPhone 14 Pro, has a more precise white balance overall and a little bit better detail when zoomed in.

 

 

The highlight of the iPhone 14 Pro's video recording is Action mode.

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro can shoot in 4K at up to 60 frames per second. When using the primary back camera to record, the video image is comparable. However, the iPhone 14 Pro grants access to more video features, such as Action mode. Similar to having a gimbal linked to your phone to provide smooth results when you're moving, only everything is handled inside the phone and no further hardware is required.

 

Action mode reduces the resolution from 4K to 2.8K and somewhat crops your image. But in contrast to the identical video taken on the iPhone 13 Pro, I think the results are extremely remarkable.

The results were astounding as I ran after my puppy, ran along the beach, and used Action mode to take a quick tracking image in front of a waterfall in the park. The video image from the iPhone 14 Pro smooths down even quick, jerky motions, giving the impression that I was using a stabiliser to record. The footage from the iPhone 13 Pro appears to be much shaker.

 

The movie below contains some samples, however I'll shortly be releasing a comparative video using those identical clips. In the upcoming week, I'll update this article so you can check it out for yourself.

Despite significant camera upgrades in the iPhone 14 Pro, the iPhone 13 Pro is still amazing.

When it comes to photo and video capture, Apple's newest iPhone boasts a few key benefits over the iPhone 13 Pro from a year ago. The 48-megapixel sensor is useful regardless of whether you consider yourself a serious or professional photographer. The iPhone 13 Pro still has one of the best all-around phone cameras available and is at the top of its game in most other categories.

CNET/Stephen Shankland

iPhone 14 Pro by Apple

The Dynamic Island, a new 48-megapixel camera system, and Apple's new A16 Bionic CPU are just a few of the significant upgrades found in Apple's iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. In comparison to earlier generations, the experience created by all of these improvements feels new and quick. Read our review of the Apple iPhone 14 Pro.

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CNET/Stephen Shankland

iPhone 13 Pro by Apple

In our evaluation, the iPhone 13 Pro, which is the best phone Apple makes, was given an outstanding rating. A stainless-steel chassis, a third rear camera with 3x optical zoom (up from 2x on the iPhone 12), and a ProMotion screen with refresh rates up to 120Hz for faster scrolling are all new features of the new smartphone. Read our review of the iPhone 13 Pro.

 

 

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