The iPhone vs My Digital Camera for HDR Photography

When I think about the things that defy physics, such as cats jumping straight up four times their height, iPhone photography also comes to mind. Honestly, its pictures shouldn’t look that good.

This size of the image sensor in my iPhone 12 Pro Max is 1/1.9". By comparison, the APS-C sensor in my Fujifilm X100V is ginormous and gathers more than 10 times the amount of light…

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