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iPhone 6s Plus vs iPhone 6s: the advantages of optical stabilization for 4K video recording [video]

At the event Apple “Hey Siri, Give Us a Hint”, held in San Francisco in early September, the company unveiled two new flagship smartphone: the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. The second differs from the first not only a larger screen and better camera. Both devices got the new sensor, but the iPhone 6s Plus can also support optical image stabilization.

In the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are completely new camera. The main iSight, which in the last few models were improved at a constant resolution sensor at 8MP, now has a 12-megapixel sensor. To prevent noise from parasitic exposure at reducing the size of subpixels Apple used the technology of their isolation from each other. The camera has a new image processor, new technologies the pixel settings, Focus Pixels, tone mapping and a system of optical stabilization. The iSight camera now allows you to shoot 4K resolution video.

The company notes that you have taken with the iPhone 6s video look so amazing that users will want to share them with everyone. In the updated iMovie app for iOS can be installed films and posting them on YouTube in 4K resolution.

Apple considers it a great achievement of the implementation of optical stabilization in the iPhone 6s Plus. If your model iPhone 6 Plus feature only worked when taking a photo, the new smartphone it is involved and during movie recording. This means that the rollers will clear and the colors are bright, even in low light.

Video prepared by the resource Giga Tech allows you to compare digital and optical image stabilization on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. As you can see, the camera 5.5-inch smartphone really takes more efficiently. Users who hope to remove a lot of the iPhone will certainly need to look at the iPhone 6s Plus.

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