The iPhone 12 mini uses the exact same dual-camera system as the iPhone 12, which is something of a small wonder, because we're talking about one of the very best smartphone camera setups around. In both cases you get two 12MP sensors, comprised of one f/1.6 wide sensor and one f/2.4 ultra-wide sensor.
The iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 have a dual rear camera, comprised of a 12-megapixel main camera and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera and they offer the same performance. We missed the telephoto lens, but they both deliver great results in good conditions and low light conditions.
The iPhone 12/12 mini currently parades the most advanced camera among iPhones. However, having such an advanced camera also has its disadvantages, including a high level of fragility.
From the Lock Screen, do any of the following:
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The iPhone 12 is a fantastic phone, and you'll want to keep it in excellent condition. In addition to a great case, you'll want to invest in a screen protector. The iPhone 12 might come with a new Ceramic Shield feature to prevent screen damage, but to keep it truly pristine, a screen protector is the way to go.
Why Do iPhones Have 3 Cameras? The three cameras your iPhone is equipped with sport three different types of lenses: telephoto, wide, and ultra-wide. The telephoto lens captures zoomed-in images without losing image clarity. The wide-angle lens takes standard wide-angle photos.
Apple's built-in telephoto camera didn't get a bigger sensor like the wide-angle, but it did get a new lens. It offers a field of view that's roughly equivalent to a 65mm lens on a full-frame sensor like you'd find in many pro-grade cameras. That's up from the 56mm equivalent found in the 12 Pro and previous iPhones.
The iPhone 12 Pro has a 12-megapixel triple-lens camera that consists of a wide-angle lens, an ultra-wide-angle lens, and a telephoto lens. The regular iPhone 12, comparatively, has a dual camera with a wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lens.
Three cameras + LIDAR: iPhone 12 Pro Like the iPhone 11 Pro, the iPhone 12 Pro adds a third telephoto camera to the package, and as far as we can tell, it's the same f/2.0, 52mm telephoto as last year except you can now also use it to take Deep Fusion photos.
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The cameras of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 are similar. Both feature rear a dual 12MP camera system with an Ultra Wide and a Wide lens. The Ultra Wide lenses have the same apertures, while the iPhone 12 Wide lens has a slightly larger aperture (f/1.6) which offers better low-light sensitivity.
Image courtesy of MacRumors. Now, you might or might not have heard of this, but in a nutshell - the iPhone 12 series of phones has a pretty major camera problem that's been present since launch. Some call it "lens flaring", some call it "lens reflections".