Every comparison I've watched has the Note20 Ultra tied or beating the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Picture AND video.Absolutely! Especially at 10X, the S20U blows the Note 20 Ultra out of the water.
And space zoom, 50X on both phones looks nearly identical.
This is definitely a downgrade especially if you had the 16GB RAM on the S20 Ultra.
This is essentially an S20 Ultra, aka gimped, with a bigger screen and s-pen.
Definitely disappointed, usually the Note series stands out from the S series. This is essentially a sidegrade at best and if you're noticing these things, a big disappointment.
Kind of silly my nearly year old 11 Pro Max camera trashes this one, especially video and night mode. iOS 14 night mode is incredible!
The funny thing is if you read note 10's plus topic for the camera it turns out s10s camera was better, if you read, s10s topic it turns out note 9s camera was better... You get the point, hah? To me the camera is great, and don't forget that it's just the start of the note 20s life cycle and the quality will improve significantly with the software updates.
I'm getting the opposite N20U better than S20U both exynos
I don't know if it's just me or the settings, it just something Samsung does but there's definitely a softness, or smoothness, to my photos vs. my previous phone, the iPhone 11 Pro Max. My wife is using the iPhone currently and I took a few photos to compare, the iPhone definitely showed more detail. Has anyone else noticed this, and it's there a way to fix/change it?
This 50x moon click surprised me. Never a smartphone camera reachee to this level of zoom that is so clear.
Exynos might differ
That's typical Samsung post processing. try this setting, it might improve your experience a little bit.
In camera setting, turn scene optimizer off, and in save options, choose HEIF. Helps a bit in details from my experience.
If you really want the sharpness, contrast and less blur in slightly moving images, you have to install Gcam.
Show me the footprints. Then I'll be impressed and people will shut up about the conspiracy theories.
I've used pretty much every Galaxy S and Note device and I've never had great detail in pictures with the Samsung stock camera. With a lot of ambient light you get some great scenery pictures, but indoor shots where you want great details (like pet photos) always lose details in postprocessing. A few things you can try are using Pro mode and keeping the RAW files (which seem to have more details) or try turning off scene optimizer while also turning on HEIF. Someone with a tripod that can accurately recreate the exact same picture with various settings should give those a try and post the results. I'm just relaying things I've tried that appear to help.
My ultimate hope is that the Adobe Photoshop Camera delivers on it's promise to be a truly universal camera app for Android that can take advantage of the hardware and processing power of various makes/models to be the best all-around camera experience. They've already acquired some of Google's talent behind the Pixel 4 camera which, IMHO, is still the absolute best Android camera.
Anyone know if you can change the color temperature when taking pics on the N20U? I like the realistic temperatures/AWB of the Note 10+/Pixel phones/iphones instead of the highly saturated "fake" looking colors of the N20U.