Compared with last year’s iPhone 12 series, all four models of this year’s iPhone 13 series have introduced sensor displacement optical image stabilization. Recently DXOMark updated the score of the iPhone 13 camera, ranking 11th among many mobile phones, and the iPhone 13 mini is tied for it, which is higher than the previous generation iPhone 12 Pro.
DxOMark said that the iPhone 13 does not have a dedicated telephoto module, but it has some improvements compared to last year’s models. The new main module uses the same size sensor as last year’s iPhone 12 Pro Max, and the existing dual-pixel autofocus is faster and more accurate than PDAF. The sensor displacement optical image stabilization function greatly improves the stability during shooting, and the technical specifications of the ultra-wide-angle camera are the same as the iPhone 12 series.
DxOMark pointed out that the color and white balance of the iPhone 13 are very good. Whether it is a photo or a video, the focus is fast and the autofocus can be repeated. However, DxOMark also emphasized that iPhone 13 video shooting has noise in low-light situations and has limited dynamic range in high-contrast scenes. In addition, the iPhone 13 lacks a telephoto lens, which limits the performance of mid-to-long-distance zooming.