If there is one element that distinguishes Redmi Note 11 and Redmi Note 11S, it is their photo galleries. Or their main modules, because the other three are identical. It is an 8-megapixel sensor with ultra-wide-angle optics (f / 2.2) and two 2-megapixel sensors, dedicated to macro and depth measurements. They also have a 108-megapixel main sensor, which is decorated with a wide-angle (f / 1.9) instead of the 50-megapixel sensor of the Redmi Note 11. It remains to be seen whether the increase in this definition is consistent with the standard. .
Main volume: 108 megapixels, f / 1.9, eq. 26 mm
A good choice for this key module that slightly enhances the copy of the Redmi Note 11. Uses Note 11S Pixel binding To provide 12 megapixel photos (12.5MP for Redmi Note 11). These certainly do not reach the level of high-end models, but that is not all. Compared to its brother, the smartphone offers better sharpness and slightly more noticeable inconsistencies. The details are a little more readable, as can be seen on the map. The textures are better presented and the colors are a little more vivid. We still regret that the darker shades are struggling and being pulled towards gray.
This observation is valid at night, even if the color scale of the photo changes to orange. The desaturated colors in the Redmi Note 11 shot are a little brighter than its siblings’ colors, and the slightly more variation plays in favor of smaller elements. It’s not Byzantium, but it works better than 11S11.
108 megapixel mode
Escape is possible Pixel binding And select capture at 108 megapixels. Should I advise her? Not really day, definitely not night. The software implementation that came with the 12 Mpx shots was particularly visible there, without it, the discoloration would include the image. In short, avoid.
Ultra wide-angle volume: 8 megapixels, f / 2.2
While the Redmi Note 11S performs better at wide angle, ultra wide angle success is much lower. Color measurement loses accuracy, color wear is associated with a lack of sharpness in others and the accentuation of contrasts in some elements. In short, overall, this volume struggles to seduce, and suffers even more at night. Digital noise suppresses image detail.
Front and video module
Unlike the Redmi Note 11, its front sensor shows 13 megapixels, while the Redmi Note 11S has a 16 Mpx module dedicated to selfies. The rendering detail, albeit a little bland, allows for decent selfies. Be careful not to disable the default enabled “Beauty” mode (which can be configured using the scale) to avoid unnatural softening. Note that the portrait mode associated with this module provides some abrupt clipping.
In the video segment, the Redmi Note 11S relies on full HD at 30 fps both front and rear.
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