Nice job from +PhoneArena on this large camera comparison

That's a lot of work!

Note: I only look at the pics and skip all the text as I'm experienced enough to analyze on my own. I don't know if I agree with their writing or ratings.

I find interesting to see that color rendering deviates a lot less from one smartphone camera to another than displays colors do.

If today's mobile display color accuracy is in pretty bad shape, and not making any progress, at least the cameras are pretty consistent and perform impressively in average all things considered!

Thanks +PhoneArena for all this useful data ­čÖé

#supercurioBlog #camera #comparison

Camera comparison: iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus vs iPhone 5s, Galaxy S5, LG G3, Lumia 1520, Xperia Z2, HTC One (M8)
Apple has been treating its iPhone to camera upgrades with each consecutive generation. However, the company has never been into the megapixel race – as the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5 before them, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sport 8-megapixel main cameras. Will this be enough for the new iPhones to beat or match the performance of other flagship phones? Well, we’re about to answer this question in our latest camera comparison…

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Fran├žois Simond

Mobile engineer & analyst specialized in, display, camera color calibration, audio tuning

7 thoughts on “Nice job from +PhoneArena on this large camera comparison”

  1. +Mark Stronge sorry, I still didn't read the actual article ^_^
    There's a lot to see in the samples themselves, they managed to find test scenes representative of a lot different scenario which helps evaluating cameras performance.

    One notable omission is portrait for skin tones, but that's either because of privacy concerns or a sign the author spends his time reviewing stuff instead of having the chance to enjoy life.

    +Michael Panzer Yes such a real world test can't cover every smartphone our here.
    Only standardized but more theoretical ones, shooting targets in a studio can but also have some limitations.

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