We thoroughly analyze the Xiaomi 12T cameras and these are our impressions of them.
A couple of months ago Xiaomi officially presented in Spain the Xiaomi 12T and Xiaomi 12T Protwo flagships that stand out for its power and its photographic section.
For this reason, today, together with our colleagues from Urban Tecno, we are going to analyze in depth the cameras of the more restrained model of the two, the Xiaomi 12T.
This is all that the Xiaomi 12T cameras offer us
We will start by analyzing the triple rear camera module of the Xiaomi 12T, which is made up of a 108 megapixel main sensor with a focal aperture f/1.7 and OIS (optical image stabilization), a sensor 8 megapixel ultra wide angle and a macro sensor of 2 megapixels.
Our impressions of the 108 MP main camera of the Xiaomi 12T are quite satisfactory, since, during the day, it achieves high-quality photos with a good level of detail, although we do have to say that the dynamic range does not manage it wellas Auto HDR kicks in in certain situations it shouldn’t and when it’s enabled it doesn’t finish working correctly.
When night falls, the results are even better, because this 108 megapixel camera allows us to take quite clean and realistic captures without too aggressive post processing and with pretty good image quality.
Regarding video recording, what we like least is that this terminal does not allow us to record clips in 4K quality at 60 fps, something that should not be missing in a high-end mobile with a price of about 600 euros. However, videos shot with this camera in 1080p at 60 fps have a great fluidity, although they may lack a little detail.
At the level of stabilization, the results are quite good, although on certain occasions we noticed some tapping, especially at 30 fps.
As in the photographs, the videos recorded at night are quite clean and realistic and without being the best mobile for video recording, it manages to pretty decent results.
For its part, the 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor achieves quite decent photographs during the day, with good quality and a good level of detail, but with somewhat muted colors and the 2 megapixel macro sensor does not contribute anything to the photographic system, since it is a testimonial camera that you can only take advantage of if there is a good light.
If we focus on the 20 megapixel front camera of the Xiaomi 12T, the photos taken during the day have good quality and the portrait mode is more than correct, since it makes a bokeh effect with a good crop. As usual, when night falls the quality drops a lot, especially if there is not enough light.
Finally, this selfie camera can record videos in 1080p quality at 60 fps with good quality and good stabilizationas you can see in the video of our colleagues from Urban Tecno that has been recorded with said camera.