Pixel 4 vs. iPhone 11 Pro – wer hat die beste Smartphone Kamera? (ausführlicher Test)

Welcome to my channel here,
Google Pixel 4 and iPhone 11 Pro Currently the top smartphones with the best
Cameras in the market. In this video I want the picture quality
between the two models in detail compare with each other and find out if
a winner can be determined. Have fun (Music) All pictures were taken here in automatic mode
shot with the new software version So that means iOS 13.2 with Deep Fusion against
Android 10. Stand November 2019. The best quality goes best in
the fullscreen mode, but you can find it too Below in the video description a download link
with which you can download pictures – and without any registration. Let me start with the hardware: Both smartphones have on the back
a normal wide-angle camera and a 2 compartment
Zoom. The iPhone 11 Pro is still a third camera,
an ultra wide angle. But since the normal wide-angle main cameras
the optically highest quality are, in addition significantly more light on the sensor
and thus especially in difficult lighting conditions I got the better results
simplicity determined mainly to compare these with each other.
Because the iPhone 11 the same main camera as the pro models got even became
made some pictures with it. The other focal lengths but I will of course
in my detailed reviews of the devices to treat. – so leave a subscription there. With this picture I want the quality
the lenses point, with regard to distortion and the sharpness.
If you look at the bottom, you see at the pixel here maybe a slight barrel distortion
and with the iPhone, that too falls with one Location stones more the field of view a bit bigger
is. 300% zoomed in we can see the centers here
Sharpness and can judge how detailed depict the lenses. At the same resolution
can you get a bit more structure at the pixel here, especially in the joints.
Let’s take a look at the edge sharpness, see there Of course you usually the quality
decreases and so I would not make any differences here can make out. There are clear differences in
the minimum focus distance, here is the iPhone clear the nose and produce the sharper
Image showing pixel in the camera app though least if you are too close to an object
ran. (Music) Let’s get to the everyday situations
with simple light. Here we have a typical picture for the
both smartphones. Left the pixel, something darker and more contrasty.
In addition, the iPhone a bit brighter and flatter.
In good light conditions are the details then both smartphones are quite comparable,
although here this increase in contrast in the Face at the pixel does not look so natural.
These are typical differences in look to find in many shots in which the
Pixel is usually a bit more contrasty, but also highlights the saturation of the color easily.
As always, exceptions confirm the rule. But to make it clearer, what to do
the image processing of the individual manufacturers so, I have an error chain
considered, in which this effect adds up. Both devices must first
and take the same picture from a monitor. Then get in the next pass though
her previously photographed image displayed again from which you then take another picture
have to. This is what the original picture looked like.
– and here are the results from the 1. Run.
— and these are the results from the 2. Run. Pretty shocking how strong the pictures
over edited and defaced. Especially at the pixel I notice how clumsy
you just lift the contrast and neat the picture overshadowed.
By contrast, while the iPhone is saturated way too exaggerated, the picture includes
but ultimately much more information in brightness shades and fine details
in the hair. This is how the picture can be reduced by reducing it
save satiety quite well. Unlike the pixel here is information
in shadow areas and just easy Lost, who did not get through
to bring back the lightening of the shadows to let.
That’s exactly why cameras come in should produce natural picture, the
Look is done after the photo and not directly from in the camera. Then we come to the dynamic range
in extreme against light situations, here has the pixel unfortunately a small vulnerability.
You can see it in bright areas here in the sun less details emerges.
But more dramatic is the fact that the pixel has problems in the shadows
to lighten up what situations like that in a clear opposite to the iPhone
Picture noise makes noticeable. This behavior is also reliable
reproduce and is also in video recordings (which I will come to shortly).
Hopefully here will be an update Refilled by Google. The nose in front clearly has the pixel for it
in edge detection in portrait mode, So here where the background is out of focus
becomes. The iPhone is often very inaccurate here,
especially with everything that is not a person. A pity is that the pixel is obvious
unreasonably 1.4 subject zoomed in and then not the telecamera uses, but continue
with the wide angle snaps. Even if you manually zoom in 2x tray
Curiously, the pixel continues to use the pixel the main camera and does not jump (like that
iphone 11 Pro) on the telecamera. With so much digital zoom is natural then
a loss of quality visible. Especially difficult for all smartphones,
It will be in the evening or in buildings with artificial light if less light to
available. Here you can see in front of everyone the difference to cheaper devices
clear. These two pictures show again the typical
characteristics of the two devices. The pixel is a bit dark and colder,
The iPhone is not afraid of a stronger one HDR effect and to lighten shadows a bit.
But has – typically a warmer White balance.
Hm, you saw it in the headmaster. The apartment Although warm and comfortably lit, however
the iPhone is too yellow for me, the pixel again too cold and makes the mood a bit
broken. Due to the brighter lighting I find the iPhone here a little better.
In the details are the smartphones then again extremely close to each other and
Do not take much in the end. Due to the strong HDR effect of the iPhone was
However, the pants brightened so funny here which I am in direct comparison at the pixel more beautiful
find. Also in this picture you can see that the iPhone
I like to stop things that are dark or higher contrast (just like the pixel
power) just look better in this case. Shortly a word about LED lights, here is
I noticed that at the pixel the white balance something unsure and then sometimes completely
next to it lies. Also, the pictures appear in direct LED light
also a bit flat, with lower local contrasts opposite the iPhone. Let’s get to the night mode,
there is a whole legendary wise already While in the pixel devices and now has too
Apple followed suit. The pixel tends to be brighter here
Pictures and can inspire one in the one Things you can not see with the naked eye
can recognize more. By contrast, the photos of the iPhone are a bit darker
and more like the way you perceive it. The stronger lightening costs the pixel
but also by a usually longer exposure time and tends to have stronger noise reduction.
If you look, for example, the stones are less less structure to recognize.
Or down here the Sparkassen sign #not sponsored
And also in the asphalt you can see a stronger one Blur. In addition, the night mode turns on the iPhone
easy automatically while at the Pixel is a separate fashion.
As a result, the iPhone also uses in less dark environments the night mode
(with 1 sec.) exposure time and reached so, better quality over that
pixel what still in the normal camera mode located. New is the possibility of astrophotography,
when the device is on a tripod You can do ultra long exposures over several
Record minutes. Although the results could not be of the
Stool, decide yourself, maybe it is also because that I for star photography
just use different equipment. Interestingly, Google as opposed to
Apple the night mode also with the selfie camera allows, the iPhone can only be here with
brighten the display. Generally I have to say that the front camera
at the pixel in low light conditions makes better recordings and also one
piece is weitwinkliger. By day, I like the iPhone better,
because here the skin tones are more realistic and not so drifting into the red / or supersaturated. Let’s get to the video mode, where
the iPhone at least from the technical data all smartphones in the market in the shadows
provides. Here you can see all cameras (ie inclusive
the selfie cam) 4K video in 24, 30 and 60 record fps. In contrast, the pixel has some
Limits, the selfie camera can maximally full HD in 30 FPS, and the back cameras
can 4k exclusively in 30 fps. In addition, the iPhone is capable with appropriate
Apps two video streams of different cameras to record at the same time, although then clearly
to the burden of quality goes. With video stabilization enabled, cropt
the pixel almost 1.3 tray over the photo mode into the picture, what a pity there you are anyway
has no wide angle and thus still less trapping.
Unlike the iPhone, here are all cameras almost a full sensor readout with minimal
Crop (apart from the 16: 9 format). So one could expect stabilization
the pixel has more room. Basically, both phones can
very good balance jolts and tremors. Nevertheless, stabilization seems to me
from the iPhone then a tick soft, because the pixel sometimes small jerks in it
Has. It’s the same with picture quality,
Here Apple is simple with their HEVC video codec superior to the competition.
It is above all the whole package of colors, White balance, exposure and a higher
Dynamic range that the videos a bit natural and looks more brilliant.
Who wants to see what you at Chinematic Can beat footage from the iPhone, looks
you like my other video on it. link Come down to the description and to the end
of the video.

9 Replies to “Pixel 4 vs. iPhone 11 Pro – wer hat die beste Smartphone Kamera? (ausführlicher Test)”

  1. Sensationell wie professionell Du diesen Vergleich gemacht hast. Danke dafür. Da hast Du Dir mein Abo redlich verdient 😉

  2. Google hat das Problem, dass sie ausschließlich identische Belichtungen kombinieren. Deshalb sind die Schatten nicht so gut (das Pixel 4 scheint ab und zu lila Schatten zu produzieren), wobei es auch teils an der Bildverarbeitung liegt, denn ältere Google Smartphones (z.B. Nexus 5x im HDR+ An Modus oder Pixel 2) scheinen wohl auch bei ähnlicher Belichtungszeit teils bessere Schattenbereiche zu haben. Apple kombiniert unterschiedliche Belichtungen, das lehnt Google bislang ab, weil das laut Google zu mehr Problemen mit Doppelbildern, Artefakten, etc führen könnte, das hat Google zumindest vor paar Jahren gesagt.

  3. Leider hat Google die Weißabgleichpresets entfernt. Nach dem, was ich gesehen hab, hatten vorherige Google Smartphones einen besseren Weißabgleich und hatten eben auch noch die Weißabgleichpresets. Den Weißabgleich mittels der Farben von bekannten Objekten über Maschinenlernen zu bestimmen, halte ich für Unsinn. Schließlich kann auch ein Mensch den Weißabgleich nicht genau erraten und kann ebenfalls ziemlich daneben liegen, wenn er nicht gleichzeitig direkt auf die reale Szene schaut. Bei Apple finde ich den Weißabgleich auch sehr schlecht, weil der oft viel zu gelblich ist.

  4. Ich bin gerade erst auf dein Kanal gestoßen, ich finde es toll, wie unglaublich professionell du das Video gestaltet hast.
    Ich finde es auch bewundernswert dass du dir so viel Mühe gibts, auch wenn du nicht mal 1000 Abos hast 🙂
    Ich werde mit jetzt noch deine ganzen anderen Videos anschauen.
    Mach weiter so, dann wird dass doch bestimmt ein sehr erfolgreicher Kanal.
    Was ist dein Daily Smartphone driver?

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