Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra vs iPhone 13 Pro Max Camera Test Comparison

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra vs Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max Detailed Camera Comparison #SuperSafStyle
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Comparing 4K/8K, HDR with Dolby Vision, Cinematic Mode, primary, ultrawide, zoom and selfie cameras, auto-focus, Portrait Mode and stereo audio of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra vs iPhone 13 Pro for video and photos with sample shots indoors, outdoors and in low-light.

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0:00 Intro
0:33 Primary Camera
1:51 Low Light
2:59 Ultrawide
3:50 Macro Photography
5:08 Zoom
6:49 Portrait Mode
10:09 Selfies
12:16 Video + Auto Focus
13:24 Slow Motion
13:43 8K Video
14:31 Cinematic Video
15:36 Auto Framing
16:00 Audio
16:47 Conclusion

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39 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra vs iPhone 13 Pro Max Camera Test Comparison”

  1. Saf you should have a clear disclaimer about which version is the S22U is it snapdragon or it’s obvious if you get the Exynos you will have budget type performance !

  2. iPhone for many years has always dominated on their Camara. Is the main reason why people even purchase the iphone that and for their multi media and video calling. However the last 3 years Samsung has been stepping it up and now not only they have the best Camara in the game, they also surpass iPhone by alot. So for you to say iPhone is only a tiny bit less better is garbage lol. Apple is not even close to Samsung in anything anymore. I myself was a former apple love. I'm glad I switch to the S22 Ultra. The iphone 13 is way behind to the new galaxy power and camara

  3. I am not impressed from S22. For this price range I definetely expected much better video results. For a photos I don't know but in the past 2-3 years almost every smartphone has identical results. Especially if you are using gcam on snapdragons you always get that stunning enough for a smartphone results. Just bought Poco F3 and in my opinion it has even better stabilization than S22. Gcam brings to me almost the same good results. Why would I pay 4x the price of my Poco for Samsung? Now Iphone is on another level because you can always vlogging through Instagram/Snapchat/TikTok etc. without having a low fps bug on all Androids in low lights, and also have the stabilization without using the camera app as on Android you have to use it to have turned on the EIS. Just nowadays high-end androids are unnecessary investments for a smartphone. Only Iphone can give you the things you are paying for in high-end price range. Sorry not sorry..

  4. When you take the low light pictures, do you use the night mode or just the normal camera? Or do you use flash?

  5. Can you send me the S22 Ultra you used for the review? I chose to watch your videos instead of other YouTubers and yours were like the 4 from the top suggestions from my search. I'm drunk and watching cellphone reviews 😂😂 but for reals, you should do a giveaway.

  6. This is the Snapdragon version and not the Exynoss version which you get on the UK and Europe and let's just say the camera on the Exynoss version is pure carabge comapried to the Snapdragon version.

  7. Edited for the iPhone to beat Samsung by taking a photo without active Samsung's HDR and editing the iPhone's photos, putting a filter to say it's better than Samsung, it's no use SAMSUNG IS TOP

  8. Thanks for the Review!

    At 13:28, where you test the slow motion, you light up the lighter, the S22 Ultra drops a few frames, and show the same frame 4 times.
    This is reminiscent of the S20 and S21 (At least with the Exynos devices that I have PERSONALLY owned), dropping frames at slow motion mode.

    I mean, sorry for criticism, but, why are you not saying anything about it? The iPhone produced smooth output with no dropped frames!

    Don't think I'm an iPhone fanboy too, I never owned an iPhone myself, my spouse did, until she moved to Android. I've owned more Samsung phones then I'd like to admit, and many other Android running brands as well.

    Here, take a look for yourself –

    For anyone that is interested, you can pause a youtube video on a PC – and use the "<" and ">" buttons on the keyboard to skip frames back and forth. Try it in this video!
    The fire coming out of the lighter shows 1 frame of the fire appearing, that frame repeats 4 times, followed by more frames.

    I think that in a world where phone cameras are so good, we need to push harder.
    The whole point of a macro camera is to get really close. Give me a led to illuminate macro shots that can go as close as 1cm to the subject.

    3cm on the S22 Ultra? The OnePlus 7T could get as close as 2.5CM, and it was not an expensive device.

    I'd also like to see a manual focus slider that lets me hold it to set a constant focal distance shift, instead of me relying on my finger changing the focus at a constant speed.
    Similar to how point and shoot video cameras have the Zoom progressive slider where you can hold it at the same position to get a smooth zoom in at constant rate of change.

  9. 2:15 What do you mean mate, "lean towards the S22, it does look a little bit sharper"? Look at the bushes! Way sharper on the iPhone. And the Mariott sign as well. The clouds also.
    You hit the ball wrong there mate. @SuperSaf

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