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OnePlus 5T vs iPhone X Camera Test Comparison

OnePlus 5T vs iPhone X Camera Test Comparison

OnePlus 5T vs iPhone X Camera Test Comparison

Hi guys, it’s MTG here, and today I’m going to be comparing the cameras found on the OnePlus 5T and the iPhone X This camera comparison is interesting for a couple of reasons

First off, the OnePlus 5T is half the price of the iPhone X Also, Boston just experienced its first snowfall, so expect to see a lot of snowy pictures and 4K video of MIT’s campus Both phones are on their latest software updates, and everything was set to automatic Let’s get right into it The OnePlus 5T is equipped with a dual camera system

Both cameras have an aperture of f/17 The main camera is 16 megapixels, whereas the second low-light camera is 20 Megapixels By intelligently combining every 4 megapixels into one, the 5T is able to reduce noise in very dark scenarios This feature cannot be manually activated and is only activated when it gets really, really dark

The 5T, heavily utilizing software, can take wide-angle portrait mode pictures The main camera can shoot 4K at up to 30 fps and 1080p at up to 60 fps It has gyroscope-based electronic image stabilization The front camera has an aperture of f/20 and is an impressive 16 Megapixels with auto HDR capabilities

It can record up to 1080p at 30fps and also has gyro-based EIS The iPhone X has a dual-12 Megapixel camera system, with a wide-angle and telephoto lens at f/18 and f/24 apertures respectively The telephoto lens allows the X to have 2x optical zoom and take depth-effect portrait pictures

The cameras can record up to 4K at 60 fps and 1080p at up to 240 fps They have dual optical image stabilization The X’s front TrueDepth camera is 7 Megapixels with an aperture of f/22 It can take portrait mode pictures, and can record video at up to 1080p at 30 fps

Right off the bat, we can see how great both cameras really are But the iPhone X seems to have the upper hand in that it was able to capture more of the colors in the sky Everything just looks more vivid in the iPhone X’s image In this next shot, you’ll start to notice the trend that the iPhone will shoot the warmer image Both images are very detailed, and both do a good job of not letting the sun overpower the image

Again, both the 5T and the iPhone X were able to pick up a great amount of detail, but the colors pop more in the iPhone’s image In my testing, the iPhone may sometime oversaturate the images, which leads to unrealistic colors But many people do prefer this saturated look It’s just something to keep in mind This shot had challenging lighting conditions with light and dark areas, but both the iPhone X and 5T were able to capture lots of detail in both the foreground and background

The iPhone’s great HDR capabilities are shown here, and everything is just a little brighter in the iPhone X’s image This image shows how the iPhone does tend to oversaturate their shots and put warmer tint on its images The wall in the iPhone X’s shot looks more yellow, whereas the 5T’s shot depicts the colors more naturally Again, the iPhone X’s very warm image is apparent The colors look a lot more natural and true to life in the OnePlus 5T’s image

On the other hand, iPhone X’s camera seemed to be able to better handle more complex situations Resulting in overall brighter, and more detailed images In various outdoor shots, the pictures produced by each phone are almost indistinguishable except for the differences in color temperature Some may prefer the coolness of the 5T’s shots, and others may prefer the warmness of the iPhone X’s shot In good, even lighting, it’s virtually impossible to criticize either phone’s cameras

In this shot, you can see that there is a slight lens flare on the 5T’s shot, but the 5T does the overall better job at maintaining the colors on the side of Kresge Auditorium The 5T actually had the better HDR shot with this picture In instances where you’re far from the subject, the iPhone X is the only phone that can get close enough with its telephoto lens that can do 2x optical zoom The 5T would have to digitally zoom to get the same shot, which leads to degradation of quality Shifting over to portrait mode, I expected the iPhone X to really blow the 5T out of the water, especially because the iPhone X has a telephoto lens to help find edges, whereas the 5T has to heavily utilize software because it lacks the telephoto lens

You’ll notice that the OnePlus 5T’s portrait pictures can capture a lot more in frame because it doesn’t utilize a telephoto lens In order to have the same framing, you have to actually step back a couple of feet with the iPhone X The 5T actually did the better job of keeping everything that was supposed to be in focus, in focus The iPhone X keeps my face in focus, but even my jacket is blurred when it shouldn’t be Some people will still prefer the warmer look of the iPhone X’s shot, but the 5T’s portrait mode is also really good

Looking at pictures from the front cameras of both phones, you will be satisfied with both phones In these shots, I turned off the skin smoothing features of the OnePlus 5T The 5T has the slightly wider-angle lens, and any other differences really just come down to color temperature Looking at video, keep in mind that the iPhone X can shoot 4K at 60 fps, but it was set to 30 fps because that’s what this video is posted at The 4K video produced by both phones is great, with each phone having its pros and cons

The iPhone X’s optical image stabilization made for smoother pans, whereas the gyroscope-based electronic stabilization on the OnePlus 5T made for smoother forward walking shots The iPhone X’s camera was able to take in more light, resulting in an overall brighter image The other hand, the OnePlus 5T’s camera was able to capture the colors of the sky better The front cameras also take some pretty solid video The 5T’s front camera also uses gyro electronic image stabilization

As a result, the 5T’s video looks smoother as I walk The iPhone X doesn’t have stabilization on the front camera, but you do get the larger frame of view And the iPhone X’s video gets my skin color closer to what it actually is On the other hand, the OnePlus 5T had the clearer audio, where the iPhone X’s audio sounded slightly more muffled Next I’ll show how the cameras performed in low-light

Again, on the 5T you can’t switch to the low-light camera automatically, but when it detects that its dark enough, the phone automatically switches to it The only time it actually switched cameras when I was taking night shots was when I was the actual subject of the image The OnePlus 5T did the better job at dealing with lights that were in frame(memorial drive sign) Almost every light in the iPhone’s image created a streak of light, whereas in the 5T’s shot, the lights aren’t overblown and the general noise of the picture is less (circle lamp posts) Again in this shot, the OnePlus 5T was able to handle the light coming out of the lamps better and also captured the picture with less noise

This is the first scenario where the 5T actually switched to its low-light camera, and honestly I think its also the first low-light shot that the iPhone X did better in Colors just look more realistic in the iPhone’s shot, while it still maintains clarity The 5T makes the sky and my jacket look black, and can’t differentiate where the auditorium behind me ends and the sky starts This shot also utilized the second lens on the 5T The 5T handles the light better as usual, but again in this shot, the iPhone X did the better job of maintaining all of the colors in the image

As you can see, each camera had its advantages and disadvantages Also, different people will prefer different levels of saturation and different color temperatures I just really enjoy the fact that I can compare two phones’ cameras when one phone is twice the price of the other Clearly, the iPhone X’s camera isn’t twice as good as the OnePlus 5T’s Let me know in the comment section which scenarios you’re more likely to shoot in, and let me know your thoughts on which cameras performed better

Tomorrow I’ll be posting another camera comparison, this time with the Pixel 2 XL, so stay tuned for that If you liked this video, please give this video a thumbs up I’m working on a ton of new content right now, so make sure to click the logo down below to subscribe, and have the notification bell clicked to stay up to date on my latest videos Check the description for links to my social media accounts, and as always, thanks for watching, and I will see you in the next video

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