DXOMARK, known for its exhaustive camera reviews, has been able to test the iPhone 15 Pro Max to give his verdict. Apple’s newly launched flagship achieves very high scores, with more than excellent stabilization, color and video, but the large gap in the field of view between the main sensor and the telephoto lens and some other drawbacks leave it with a second place overallwith its score of 154. Of course Speaking only of video, things change.
If we talk about video performance, The iPhone 15 Pro Max took first place in almost all sub-categories, with the exception of texture and artifacts. Dolby Vision HDR recording at 4k and 60fps is more than enough for most use cases, and that is what DXOMARK has used in its tests to give its opinion on the new phone from Cupertino.
Video exposure and color reproduction were very consistent in most conditions and texture/noise compensation was the best we’ve seen to date. The autofocus system also worked well in low light and the video stabilization was one of the best on the market.
Although DXOMARK conducted its testing with Dolby Vision recording, which makes sense for most consumers, some of the most significant improvements to this generation’s video system are the new LOG recording, as well as ProRes recording at 4k 60FPS to an external SSD thanks to the new USB-C, which were not tested for qualification.
iPhone 15 Pro Max users are going to really enjoy it. Yes indeed, We already knew before having an analysis that the video he made was spectacularbut it never hurts for experts to ratify it.