Blind Camera Comparison Results: Samsung Wins!

Blind Camera Comparison Results: Samsung Wins!

Ah, blind camera comparisons, where camera neophytes and seasoned pixel watchers alike can mutually enjoy a high-stakes race between the best camera phones on the market.

all photos are “anonymous” having removed his EXIF ​​information, which means no matter how hard he tries, he can’t figure out which phone took which photo, and the only person in the entire world with the correct key to the puzzle is truly his.

Blind Camera Comparison Results

The polls are closed and the official results are in! Each and every poll below has been updated with the correct phone that took each photo, allowing you to quickly check your answers with the key and see if you’ve made it…or not.

Overall, here’s the total average of how the Pixel 7 Pro, Galaxy S22 Ultra, and iPhone 14 Pro Max compare in this blind camera comparison according to you:

1. Galaxy S22 Ultra – 41.05%

2. Google Pixel 7 Pro 29.73%

3. iPhone 14 Pro Max – 29.21%

A landslide victory for the Galaxy S22 Ultra, but it is definitely deserved. Our review of the Galaxy S22 Ultra and subsequent experience with both the Exynos and Snapdragon versions of the phone have shown that it’s easily one of the most well-rounded devices you could get in 2022, with the most versatile camera setup, feature set and value. excellent despite its premium price tag.
The next galaxy s23 ultra it will be built on a very solid foundation, so we remain hopeful.

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Let’s start off slow with a regular wide angle photo I took during a mid-afternoon walk in the woods. Oh, the outdoors!

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While many will swear that the ultra wide angle camera is best suited for landscape photography, it is actually the telephoto and zoom lenses that take the most captivating photos. Quite counter-intuitive, I know, but many times, you need to get closer to tell a more engaging story.

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Did you know that trees consist of 99% cells, with only a total of 1% of all cells being considered “living”? Well, I didn’t, but now we all do. And did you know that you can use an ultra wide angle camera to capture multiple trees in the frame? I bet you did!

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Here’s another scene shot in the most perfect conditions imaginable: clear fall skies, bright midday sun, and relatively low humidity. Fortunately, no chickens attempted to cross the street at this often-crowded downtown intersection.

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I really don’t know what it is about this building, but it always draws me in when I go out for a photo sampling session. Could it be the clean styling, the calming paint, or the mystery of what’s inside? I guess we’ll never know. Anyway, which photo do you prefer here?

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In this scene, we try to get a good shot of the local department store, but due to geographical reasons, we have to shoot mainly against the day, with strong backlighting. In this particular case, we managed to get the sun out of the picture, but later we’ll try a more extreme HDR scene. Anyway, which photo do you prefer here?

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flower paradise! Each of our three contestants has superb macro photography skills. The trio can do that using the ultra-wide camera, which can focus from much closer than the wide-angle or telephoto cameras, and crops out the center of the frame. The resulting macro shots are usually sharp and largely immune to motion blur from sudden subject movements, but sadly the background bokeh isn’t as pleasing as with narrower cameras.

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Well, well, well, if it’s not one of the coolest bronze statues in my city! It depicts a famous local architect who lived nearby more than a century ago. The great thing about this statue is that it breaks the mold of similar memorials and makes the subject sit on a real public bench. Super cool!

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Remember that extreme HDR scene we previewed a couple of galleries ago? Well here it is! At the time of taking those three photos below, it was difficult to capture the front of the bookstore without also having the sun in the photo. In fact, it was possible, but I wanted to challenge all three phones as much as possible… by lots of flares! Which phone did the best job here?

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Finally, we have a beautiful sunset with near dusk lighting. Which phone did better?

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