Nick Tagataka, 14 hours agoGo take some night time landscape photos with RX100 and Pixel 4 - in auto, the latter will win... moreExactly! I just took a side by side picture of the city from my balcony with my FF 5DMK2 and MI9. SOOC, looking at their respective screens, the one on MI9 is waaay better.
No, I really don't need bigger pixel it's not directly correlate to the picture quality unless for poster purposes where cropping is the most important things to do with your pictures. 100 mpixel but with only 1/2.3" sensors what will make it different from the whole camera phones? Would be so much better to have a 12 mpixel picture taken from 1" camera sensors and faster aperture I suggested.
Yip Samsung Galaxy phones have really taken a step back in IQ since the S9, the photos from the new Samsung phones look very processed and artificial, pity, so as Sony has really improved over the last year with their image processing Samsung has gone backwards...
Mike, 16 Jan 2020Go buy Sony RX100 V or VI or VII and then compare it to whatever phone you like to see how not... moreGo take some night time landscape photos with RX100 and Pixel 4 - in auto, the latter will win most of the time for sure.
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2020 In Auto mode, images from high end point and shoot cameras & low end DSLR's aren't that ... moreGo buy Sony RX100 V or VI or VII and then compare it to whatever phone you like to see how not even close they are unless you view the image at 1280x800
ron2000xm, 14 Jan 2020If a phone can do all that, why not?
Years ago I owned DSLR and DC and I used DC (with long z... more
In Auto mode, images from high end point and shoot cameras & low end DSLR's aren't that better compared to images from high end smartphone with high grade computational photography.
Dslr images have advantage when shooting in RAW. This is where you can really extract the performance out of a DSLR. This is where you get huge gap in quality of images between Dslr and smartphone.
Anonymous, 09 Jan 2020phone cameras are for point, shoot, and upload. it should be judge based on that. if you wan... moreIf a phone can do all that, why not?
Years ago I owned DSLR and DC and I used DC (with long zoom) most of the time. I have left the DC to gather dust for a few years now turning to the phone for day to day photography. The biggest advantage of a phone in photography is that all photos are ready instantly to be published in the internet, which all DC or DSLR taken photos end up eventually. I still own DSLR but of course will not buy any new ones.
Phones processing powers are now superior to DC and even DSLR. What phones lack that DSLRs have are good lenses and large sensors. But the gaps are closing fast.
It is not far that phones can replace all but few professional cameras in photography.
NeonHD, 10 Jan 2020Nope. I thought it was already established in 2015 that megapickles don't matter! Stupi... moreIt was 2015. Now it's 2020. Miniaturization is over. We are now past the weakest era of smartphone development so it's time to go big on all things. Phones are thicker again (iPhone 11 Pro), sensors are getting bigger, pixels are getting bigger somehow, Multi-bayers are a thing, longer camera ranges (periscope telephoto cameras), bigger screens, bigger batteries, and more.
Nick Tagataka, 12 Jan 2020It seems like somebody forgot to tell you that current high res sensor craze has nothing in co... moreSource? From what I was aware of, smaller MP sensors had bigger pixel microns and vice versa. For example, Sony IMX300 can shoot up to 23MP but lack the big micron pixels from sensors like the IMX377 (6P, Pixel 1, etc). Even the IMX300 has bigger pixels than whatever this 108MP sensor has.
Sure, it may have the "biggest" sensor size on the market right now, but without bigger pixels to back it up, I don't see it beating the 12MP sensors found on the Note 10+ in terms of dynamic range and color reproduction.
Don't get me wrong though, I'm not saying the 108MP is bad, it's actually really good. But maybe perhaps let another company handle the good stuff, as Xiaomi clearly doesn't specialize in camera optics.
Rashiq, 13 Jan 2020we need bigger sensors with 50-60MP and BETTER LENS, seriously if only manufacturers weren't o... moreUm... I'm pretty sure it is us, the consumers, who are craving for flushed camera backs, not the manufacturers. The manufacturers are the ones that are introducing the giant protruding camera bulges on phones like the iP11 or the Pixel 4.
we need bigger sensors with 50-60MP and BETTER LENS, seriously if only manufacturers weren't obsessed with lenses being flush with the back we could have 10x better lenses on smartphones
NeonHD, 10 Jan 2020Nope. I thought it was already established in 2015 that megapickles don't matter! Stupi... moreIt seems like somebody forgot to tell you that current high res sensor craze has nothing in common with MP war that took place in 2015. The sensor size was significantly increased from back then and so was the pixel pitch. Give Mi Note 10 a proper Gcam port, it would squash your Nexus 6P like it's absolutely nothing.
The bottom line is, you have to take into account how much this phone cost. The camera might not be perfect but the price makes it a good deal. You're paying a mid-range price for a flagship quality camera. If you want this same flagship camera on a flagship processor then wait for the mi10. Expect to pay a flagship price for it though.
Nick, 11 Jan 2020Considering the Galaxy has double price, the question should have been: Do you really need Sa... moreYes, they offers higher resolution screen, stylus support and bunch of features Mi Note 10 doesn't have. Not mentioning performance either.
Considering the Galaxy has double price, the question should have been:
Do you really need Samsung Galaxy?
How about the price comparison? Xiaomi is half the price of Samsung. In that respect, and assuming that camera performances are close, I would of course go with Xiaomi.
Couldn't care less about the megapixel count, but that almost 1 inch sensor (75% to be exact) has to be a pretty big deal. That's close to the size of the sensor in the Sony RX-100. Just hard to believe Xiaomi could squeeze that into a smartphone without major compromises in other areas.