The makers of camera app Camera+ have put collectively a terrific comparison of the new iPhone 6 camera vs virtually all previous era iPhones together with the primary iPhone, the iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, 5, and 5S.
Skin tones look brighter and extra true to life with the iPhone 6 on this portrait collection. Although the iPhone 6 photograph has a better degree of element, I’m discovering it barely pixelated and blotchy-wanting. Apple altered their native tone-mapping algorithm for higher publicity and distinction utilizing the brand new A8 processor, nevertheless it appears prefer it is perhaps inflicting some points with the pores and skin tones in these photographs. Additionally, their new noise discount algorithm appears a bit heavy handed inflicting pixelation.
The full comparability on the corporate’s website permits you to view full-sized photographs for quite a few totally different capturing situations together with daylight, backlit, macro, lowlight, and portrait photographs. Here’s an instance from the portrait comparability (click on under for full measurement):
Earlier immediately we revealed our personal review of the iPhone 6 camera’s improved video shooting capabilities, which now consists of the power to shoot 1080p video at 30/60 frames per second and Slo-Mo video in 720p up to 240 frames per second.