There continues to be quite a bit of opinions floating around about the newest iPhone 6s camera, another software side developments with iOS 9, 4K movie capacity, and its updated 12 megapixel sensor. Our personal photographer Ben Lovejoy set the device to the check in his on-going diary set. But this newest photo-gallery from the folks behind the Camera+ app offers us a look at the way in which the camera has enhanced not only over last-generation, but in addition over all the preceding generations of iPhones in a-side by side comparison.
For the comparison, Camera+ shot various pictures— macro, back lit, sunlight, portrait, low light, and so forth— to show off what it described as an “growth in the rate of autofocus and progress to colour correctness, details and sharpness, particularly in low-light,” using the newest iPhone 6s.
The picture above is a macro comparison, while under you see illustrations for still another macro picture, a backlit outside picture, and a portrait:
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Leading around the iPhone’s launch late last week, we noticed several picture galleries marketed by Apple including pictures in the runways at New York Fashion-Week via Vogue, pictures from a current MLB match printed by Sports Illustrated, and lately pictures in National Geographic from a photography shoot in China. We also got a look at a documentary from Ryot picture completely in 4K to the newest iPhone 6s Plus.
Take a look at more pictures on Camera+’s web site where you are able to also see the full size pictures within an interactive gallery for every comparison.