It has passed a few hours since the announcement of iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max and as always after the Apple keynotes, new features continue to emerge from the product data sheets. In particular, Apple’s new range of Pro smartphones marks an important turning point compared to iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max in terms of the photographic sector.
If you are wondering what changes between the two iPhone 13 Pros at the photographic level, the answer is simple: nothing. Last year between iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max the differences were important, with the latter having a more evolved system with wider opening and better performance in poor lighting conditions, to which was added the optical stabilization of the image. This year the music is quite different.
On both of them, a 12 megapixel triple camera system is installed with telephoto lens (f/2.8), wide angle(f/1.5) and ultra wide angle (f/1.8 with 120 degree angle). The digital zoom is up to 15x, while the optical zoom is 3x and the optical zoom out is 2x, with a total optical zoom extension of up to 6x. There is also a dual optical image stabilization system (on telephoto lens and wide angle) and optical image stabilization on sensor (wide angle). On both smartphones there is also the Flash True Tone with Slow Sync and support for macro photography, Apple ProRAW format and Smart HDR4, as well as night mode. The three lenses can record videos in HDR with Dolby Vision up to 4K/60fps, 4K/24fps, 4K/25fps, 4K/30fps or 4K/60fps and in HD at 1080p with Also present is support for videos in ProRes and Cinema Mode that allows you to shoot videos with reduced depth of field.
The only difference between the two models is to be found in the display size: on the iPhone 13 Pro we find a Super Retina XR panel with 6.1-inch ProMotion, while on the Pro Max the panel is 6.7-inch.
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