iPhone 6s could not take a leading position in the DxOMark test, which measures your photo – and video shooting of different mobile devices. The flagship Sony, Samsung and LG provide better shooting, according to experts edition.
In the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will use a new 12-megapixel iSight camera with a pixel size of 1.22 µ. Significantly improved AF speed and sensitivity in low light. The smartphone is equipped with a modern sensor, new processor processing the image signal, the new technology of the pixel settings, function Focus Pixels, improved tone mapping technology and optical stabilization.
The resource DxOMark, having thoroughly studied the camera in the iPhone 6s, came to the conclusion that the smartphone is not too impressive. They rated the camera of Apple’s smartphone just 82 points, placing her on the same level with sensors of the previous generation iPhone. As a result the iPhone 6s won only 10 place in the ranking, behind current leader, Sony Xperia Z5 (87 points) and the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge (86), Google Nexus 6P (84), LG G4 (83), Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (83) and Motorola X Style (83).
Experts DxOMark praised in the iPhone 6s camera fast autofocus, exposure, white balance and accurate color reproduction and satisfactory detail in low light. But in such noise, and the room dimmed color. When shooting on the street was spotted a yellow tint. At times, the researchers observed ghosting and other artifacts in the photos.
It should be noted that the results of the DxOMark tests are very specific and not always confirmed in real shooting conditions. In particular, a recent comparison of the quality of 4K video the iPhone 6s with the leader of the rating of Xperia Z5 has demonstrated a significant superiority of the Apple smartphone camera over a competitor. iPhone 6s Plus did not leave any chance to the Japanese flagship: the Xperia Z5 is inferior in almost all respects, from the colour to stabilize shooting. The only “Japanese” was better – focus speed.
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