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一口榴莲糖喷S你 发表于 2016-10-5 20:42:01
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With an overall DxOMark Mobile score of 89, pixel, the latest Google smartphone, is the highest-rated smartphone camera we have ever tested. Its image quality scores are impressive across the board, but it is particularly strong in providing a very high level of detail from its 12.3MP camera, with relatively low levels of noise for every tested lighting condition. It also provides accurate exposures with very good contrast and white balance, as well as fast autofocus.
  The Pixel’s strong scores under a wide range of conditions make it an excellent choice for almost any kind of photography. As with any small-sensor device, results are excellent in conditions with good and uniform lighting. But in addition, images captured indoors and in low light are very good and provide a level of detail unexpected from a smartphone camera. With flash, its auto white balance and detail preservation are excellent, making it suitable for indoor portraits — and even for photographing indoor events as long as there is some additional ambient light to help even out the flash.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  The Google Pixel takes some of the very best images we have seen from any smartphone we have ever tested
  The Pixel has very few weaknesses when it comes to image quality, but It does suffer from some inconsistency in repeated autofocus, and artifacts can appear in low-light shots. The Pixel racked up excellent results in our Video testing, consistent with other top-scoring smartphones.
  The Pixel’s 12.3MP main camera is paired with a fast f/2.0 lens. Autofocus is provided by a combination of laser detection (LDAF) and phase detection (PDAF). The Pixel can also record 4K video at 30fps, and 1080p video at up to 120fps.
  Outdoor photos

  The Pixel produced some of the most natural-looking outdoor images we have ever seen in our tests. With rich colors, life-like white balance, and excellent rendering of both highlights and shadow details, images of landscapes and urban scenes alike are pleasing to the eye. Detail preservation is excellent, and exposures are consistently good.
  Low-light and indoor scenes

  The Pixel is one of the best devices (maybe the best) we’ve ever tested for its ability to render poorly-lit scenes with low noise, while retaining good detail – even in 10 Lux and below. Its hybrid autofocus, using both laser- and phase-detect pixels, is also accurate in low-light conditions.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  Tungsten 5 Lux: Pictures are very well-exposed, the level of detail is impressive, and noise is low
  Flash photos

  The Pixel’s flash capability is also one of the best we have tested. It is stable from frame to frame and allows for excellent rendering of details in flash images.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  Without any additional lighting, the Google Pixel provides very good target exposure, well-controlled flash falloff, and pretty high levels of detail
  Video

  The Pixel produced overall excellent video results, with one of the best stabilization systems we’ve tested. Motion artifacts are visible only in low light, due to the longer shutter speeds needed.
  Pixel’s power enhances Google’s HDR+ feature

  Pixel’s biggest innovation is an enhanced version of Google’s HDR+ multi-image capability. First introduced in some of its Nexus phones (see our Nexus 6P review), the upgraded version in the Pixel combines several RAW images in near-real time to create one enhanced JPEG image with lower noise and extended dynamic range as the final result.
  The Pixel activates the Google Camera app’s Auto HDR+ feature as its default camera mode. The Pixel determines whether it needs to use multiple images to get lower noise and better dynamic range, then switches HDR+ on as needed. It also does a good job of detecting rapid motion in the scene, avoiding the ugly artifacts often found in images from other HDR systems.
  Google certainly isn’t unique in providing clever software for assembling multiple images, as Apple, Motorola, and Sony have all done something similar – but the Pixel pushes the capability further than we’ve seen before.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  The dynamic range captured in this image is impressive for a smartphone. Look at the detail of the underside of the bridge, while the clouds and sky are still shown without burning out
  HDR+ was introduced with the Nexus 6P last year, and has been included in Nexus models since then, but the Pixel’s increased computing power extends the feature’s functionality and performance.
  To assess the Pixel’s HDR+ capabilities, we did a comparison of the Pixel and the Nexus 6P using a very simple test:
  We took a shot every second for more than 10 seconds and compared the level of image quality provided for each shot. If image quality went down significantly, it meant that the smartphone didn’t have enough processing power to provide an HDR+ picture and instead provided a traditional single-frame image. The Nexus 6P was unable to keep up, but the Pixel could capture as many as 9 HDR+ frames before falling back to a single-frame image.
  If we slowed down to one image every 3 seconds, the Pixel was able to provide HDR+ pictures indefinitely, while the Nexus 6P failed to use HDR+ after 4 images, meaning  that the Pixel has more consistent image quality when shooting multiple images.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  Details: Explaining the score

   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  Exposure and Contrast (90)

  The Pixel is an all-around great performer here, in conditions ranging from bright outdoor scenes to our darkest lab conditions.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  In this very complex scene, Pixel demonstrates a very large dynamic range, with very good highlight preservation and details in shadows
  Overall, the Pixel did extremely well in capturing our natural test images, typically performing as well or better than other current flagship models. However, on our greenery test scene below, it didn’t perform as well as some of the other flagship phones, as it lost details in the shadows.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  As is true with other devices we’ve tested that feature Auto HDR, sometimes the Pixel’s HDR+ capability failed to trigger, as in the example above: the Pixel correctly uses HDR for the first three shots, and then doesn’t in the fourth
  Even in low-light conditions (tested down to 5 lux) the Pixel’s camera provided accurate exposures and evenly-lit images with little light falloff near the edges.
  Color (85)

  Good color starts with accurate white balance – otherwise the entire scene will have a color cast. The Pixel excels here, with remarkably good automatic white balance in almost all conditions.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  The Pixel did an excellent job of choosing the correct white balance in this and in most of our other test scenes
  While white balance was excellent overall, the Pixel created a slight yellow, but acceptable, color cast in one outdoor scene. We’ve added HTC 10 and Samsung Galaxy S7 shots for reference.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  In low light conditions, color shading is slightly visible (pink in the center, green in the corners)
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  In low light, the Pixel’s white balance can vary from shot to shot, but all of them were still acceptable
  Image colors in outdoor scenes are vivid and pleasant. Sometimes there was a small amount of color shading, but it was barely visible. In low light the color shading is visible, with a slight tendency towards pink in the center and green in the corners.
  Autofocus (93)

  Overall, the Pixel’s autofocus is both very fast and very accurate. Its only failing is that it was inconsistent in our repeated autofocus tests, with some frames relatively far out of focus.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  Details (93) and Noise (84)

  The Pixel does better in outdoor scenes at preserving detail than any smartphone we’ve ever tested. Thanks to its HDR+ technology, detail preservation is also remarkably good in low light.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  In this comparison, only the HTC 10 provides more detail than the Pixel
  The Pixel does produce slight luminance noise in outdoor scenes, along with chromatic noise in lower light conditions. Overall, though, the image noise is some of the lowest we’ve tested.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  Artifacts (84)

  One big drawback of rendering all image details is that doing so often adds a lot of annoying artifacts to the photo. With the Pixel, Google has clearly opted for maximum detail preservation, but also succeeds in limiting artifacts. For example, moiré patterns can be quite visible in heavily-patterned subjects such as the one in our outdoor image below. Similarly, ringing is sometimes visible on high-contrast edges.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  Flaring was sometimes an issue when shooting in full sun, as was some aliasing of narrow elements such as the metal grid in this sample image:
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  Flash (88)

  The Pixel’s high-quality (CRI of 90) dual LED flash provides generally even illumination that is nicely centered in front of the camera lens. When lighting portraits, some light falloff around the edges is quite visible, but this is typical of even high-end smartphones. While balance was accurate not only when using just flash, but also in mixed-light scenes with an added Tungsten light source — an impressive achievement.
   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  Video (88)

   

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

Pixel – Highest-rated smartphone camera

  Strong video scores in: Autofocus, low noise, stabilization, and overall image quality

  With very impressive stabilization, accurate autofocus, and generally good quality, the Pixel produces excellent video under most conditions. Its Video score of 88 is tied with the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Sony Xperia X for the highest ever achieved.
  Weaknesses in video

  We found some relatively minor issues when recording video with the Pixel. There is slight motion blur in low light while walking, as the show shutter speed overwhelms the stabilization. There can also be some jello effects from the rolling shutter, which is very common for smartphones. Finally, there is some chromatic noise and color shading under low light, but not enough to seriously affect the Pixel’s score.
  Summary: The best smartphone camera we’ve tested to date

  Simply put, the Pixel raises the bar for what is possible with a smartphone camera. Image quality continues to improve, and the increased use of HDR+ to render scenes that have previously been difficult for small sensors such as those in smartphones broadens what is possible with these ubiquitous devices. While we have reviewed other smartphone cameras that matched the Pixel’s numbers in a few categories, the Pixel is uniquely capable of capturing outstanding images under a wide variety of conditions, and is also among the best we have tested for video capture.
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