AnonD-754814, 31 Mar 2020I hope the face isn't over the top White like the previous Huaweis. Was that iPhone vs Huawei... moreI hear a lot of praises for P40 Pro's skin tone rendition, I guess they addressed the issue with the improved AWB sensor and so-called "XD Fusion Engine".
Emeline Shaw, 31 Mar 2020Thank you for the advice Nick:)
It was a written danish review where he took some close up ph... moreI like the way that guy shoot the images. Almost all type of shots, not just easy point and shot images. Huawei will always suffer when the situation is tricky.
Anyway It's not Huawei's fault the the macro shots are better on Note 10 plus.
I think Macro shots are not good if taken by a bigger sensor. S20 ultra has the same issue.
Nick Tagataka, 31 Mar 2020Note 10 has a lot smaller sensor, so it's only natural that its depth of field is deeper hence... moreOh okay, thanks for explaining this to me. I didn't know about the depth of field thing.
So it would be better for me to just get the Note10+ if I want to do macro-photography with my phone? Or would it be better for me to purchase the Canon PowerShot SX730 HS? It has a 20 mp sensor and can zoom pretty wide.
Although the cameras on the P40 Pro is great & all, I don't think it's result from the primary sensor is all that better than Mate 30 Pro, even though that phone had a smaller 1/1.7" sensor. I was expecting massive difference from a large 1/1.28" sensor...
Still, I appreciate the larger sensor nonetheless. There's plenty of potential in this sensor, and software updates should enhance the results over time.
Rh apex.predator, 31 Mar 2020Woo, woo, woo, this phone was launched last week, a review already, Samsung s20 series over a ... moreMaybe DxOMark is waiting for the software patch for the AF issue to be released, just like when they held back from testing iPhone 11 Pro until Deep Fusion came out.
Emeline Shaw, 31 Mar 2020Thank you for the advice Nick:) It was a written danish review where he took some close up ph... moreNote 10 has a lot smaller sensor, so it's only natural that its depth of field is deeper hence gets more stuffs in focus during macro. The article can't be used to determine the detail level of photos anyway because it doesn't even show samples in full resolution.
Nick Tagataka, 31 Mar 2020I still think Mi 10 Pro's sensor has the most potential when it comes to capturing details in ... moreYes obviously the 27mp images are going to have more details than the 12mp images on other phones.
It's only held back by Xiaomi's image processing.
Woo, woo, woo, this phone was launched last week, a review already, Samsung s20 series over a month, yet no review, and I thought dxo offices were closed
Nick Tagataka, 31 Mar 2020I see that they turned down sharpening and made further refinements in colour reproduction on ... moreI hope the face isn't over the top White like the previous Huaweis.
Was that iPhone vs Huawei comparison from "Dany winget" ?
Nick Tagataka, 31 Mar 2020Make sure that the "comparison" you just watched is not one of those fake Youtube camera compa... moreThank you for the advice Nick:)
It was a written danish review where he took some close up photos of a plant and the Note10+ was superior. I have put the link here for you to see. It's in danish but you can still scroll down and see the photos. He compares the P40 Pro to P30 Pro and Note10+. See the first photo of the green plant - it looks much better and sharper on the Note10+ photo.
I will primarily be using my phone for macro shots so it's such a phone I will be looking for.
Things're going well until they said Huawei has the best video score.
Sometimes I seriously doubt about their scoring.
I see that they turned down sharpening and made further refinements in colour reproduction on this test firmware (which probably will be released soon). What truly caught me by surprise is how much better the dynamic range is compared to Mate 30 Pro - the fact that it manages to keep highlights better exposed than iPhone 11 Pro while maintaining the tons of details on a person's face in backlit scene in portrait mode really amazing to say the least. It's good that they finally listened to the complaints and addressed the issue.
I still can't get over the fact that they are wasting almost 25% of the sensor area by cropping in regular shooting mode, though. I don't give a crap about their reasoning behind it (most likely they didn't have an enough time to design a good lens), they'd better stop doing that on Mate 40 Pro.
realitychecker, 31 Mar 2020I dont see much "samsung pays dxomark" or "iphone pays dxomark" on the contrary all I see are ... moreRead the comments on these articles
Emeline Shaw, 31 Mar 2020I just saw a camera test comparison between P40 Pro and Note 10+ and the Note10+ took the best... moreMake sure that the "comparison" you just watched is not one of those fake Youtube camera comparison videos that flood the platform right after the release of every new phone. However, judging from your comment, it's highly likely that it was fake.
Nick Tagataka, 31 Mar 2020I still think Mi 10 Pro's sensor has the most potential when it comes to capturing details in ... moreYep, that's true,but the phone is new,I reckon one or two updates might improve those things massively,same goes for P40...
[deleted post]nonesense,you love dxo cuse they offer numbers for dumb duds.i bet you dont even once read their review or photos and just look at overal score
harwey, 31 Mar 2020Judging by Dxo's samples it's expected result for the new Huawei flagship..but have to say I'm... moreI still think Mi 10 Pro's sensor has the most potential when it comes to capturing details in landscape shots, though currently heavy-handed noise reduction is holding it back.
Anonymous, 31 Mar 2020Huawei fanboys what do you normally say?? Samsung pays DxOMark? Apple pays DxOMark? Gla... more? I've seen tens times more comments saying that Huawei is paying DxOMark than those that claim Apple and Samsung are. Who are you fighting against?