DxOMark, a leading camera reviewer, announced late this evening that Apple’s iPhone SE 2’s front and rear camera scores; 84 and 101 points respectively. (Test camera sample at bottom).
iPhone SE 2 Rear Camera Specifications:
Optical image stabilization
5x digital zoom
HEIF and JPEG formats
iPhone SE 2 Front Camera Specifications:
32mm-equivalent f/2.2 fixed-focus lens
Portrait mode with bokeh and depth control
1080p/30fps video, EIS
iPhone SE 2 DxOMark Camera Review; In terms of the front camera, the DxOMark team believes that the Apple iPhone SE 2’s front camera is, in most cases, it provides accurate and pleasing colors, although a slight yellow tint can sometimes be seen. Exposure is accurate and consistent in most situations, though it can be a bit dark in low light. It’s also worth noting that the iPhone SE 2’s portrait mode simulates bokeh better, which makes it more competitive.
iPhone SE 2 DxOMark Camera Review; For the rear camera, the DxOMark team believes that the Apple iPhone SE 2 exposes well in most lighting conditions. The results are good, with excellent dynamic range and good control of exposure and high light levels. However, the exposure of the iPhone SE 2 drops significantly in low light conditions, and even with the flash on the iPhone SE 2, the sample size is reduced. With low exposure, little detail, and a lot of noise, the iPhone SE 2 is not ideal for night photography.
iPhone SE is a video phone with excellent performance. Video exposure is usually very good, and the shadow and highlight position control is suitable. Colors are also very pleasing in most cases, but underexposure in low light will cause the color saturation to be slightly lower, to avoid color shift phenomenon, and slight white balance inconsistencies under artificial lighting.
The iPhone SE’s 4K shooting provides good details, especially in high light. Unless shooting in dark light, the noise in the video can be well controlled.
There is still some room for improvement in autofocus tracking and anti-shake. The overall motion traces in the still shooting, panning, and walking while shooting videos are obvious, but the problem is not serious.
iPhone SE 2 Rear Camera Sample And Review (Images Credit: DxOMark)
iPhone SE 2 Front Camera Sample And Review (Images Credit: DxOMark)