What makes iPhone 14, 14 plus, 14 pro, and 14 pro max cameras Different?
The iPhone 14 and 14 Plus both feature a dual-camera setup with 12 MP ultra-wide and 12 MP wide lenses. The ultra-wide lens has a 120-degree field of view, making it great for capturing landscapes or group shots. In addition, the wide lens has an f/1.6 aperture, allowing excellent low-light performance. Both phones also have Night mode, which uses advanced image processing to capture bright, detailed photos in low light.
The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max take things up a notch with their triple-camera setups. In addition to the ultra-wide and wide lenses found on the 14 and 14 Plus, the Pro models also have a 12 MP telephoto lens with an f/2.0 aperture. The telephoto lens allows for 2x optical zoom and up to 10x digital zoom, making it great for capturing distant subjects or getting a closer look at something.
All four phones have improved image stabilization and can capture 4K video at 60 frames per second. The 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max also can capture HDR video and take photos in ProRAW format, which gives users greater control over post-processing.
One thing to note is that the 14 Pro Max has a larger image sensor than the other three phones, which should result in even better low-light performance and overall image quality.
Overall, all four phones have excellent cameras. Still, the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max offer a few extra features that may appeal to professional photographers or those who want the highest quality photos and videos.