“Full camera comparison of the new 2020 Apple iPhone SE 2 vs iPhone 11 vs iPhone XR. Camera Test includes night mode, 4K video, Portrait mode, slow motion and more!”, explains the video description.
The video is a good one as all three iPhones are setup on the same rig, allowing for video shown side-by-side taken by each camera. For the average person, it’ll be hard to find major differences between all three cameras (unless you’re a “pixel peeper’).
Apple’s 2020 iPhone SE launched sales yesterday in Canada, priced from $599. The iPhone 11 starts at $979 and the iPhone XR at $799. It’s up to you to decide if it’s worth paying extra for Face ID and a larger screen (or second camera).