iPhone 13 Pro vs Pixel 6 Pro: 2000 Photos Later | Full Frame Ep. 5


When the iPhone 13 Pro launched earlier this fall, we said it had the “best camera” in a smartphone. But a few weeks later, Google’s Pixel 6 Pro, with its 50-megapixel sensor that is hard-coded to produce images, was finally released, proving a worthy competitor for the iPhone 13 Pro’s 12-megapixel camera. To settle the score I took 1,000 photos with each device and realized using these cameras was about far more than their end products.

iPhone 13 Pro gallery:
Pixel 6 Pro gallery:

00:00 Intro
00:31 Camera Specs
01:09 Telephoto lenses
02:20 Ultra-wide lenses
04:05 Main lens
05:58 Hardware + Software
09:09 Google's Real Tone Feature
10:20 Video
11:46 Poll Results
12:49 Conclusion

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