Admit it: you must have had the curiosity to see images from the cameras of several generations of iPhones being compared very closely with each other and with a real camera. Now it's time to kill curiosity, because the fosfor did a great job of recording images in a variety of light and zoom conditions. In the end, the test only served to attest to the obvious (the iPhone 4 is undoubtedly the best), except that we all know that the important thing is the path taken, not the arrival.
Have fun with some of the images!
Despite providing a clear image, the iPhone 4 still lacks the issue of colors, which end up leaving a little too "washed". Interesting to see that when we talk about photography Professional, there is really no way a smartphone can replace a good 18 megapixel DSLR more than triple the iPhone 4!
A slightly closer image is practically unrecognizable on an iPhone 3G (fixed focus), something that in other generations is not a problem. Notice how the iPhone 4 can highlight print dots. Oh, and unfortunately the Canon 550D had to be a little far from the object, to generate an appropriate image with its 1.4 lens, so the above comparison is not perfect.
In this sequence we can clearly see (pun, hehe) how much the quality of the sensor used in Ma's smartphone has evolved: while the iPhone 3G generates an image that can barely be read comfortably, the 4 proves something that can be used almost as a scan. Detail that the HDR feature further improves the photography of text pages I imagine that this should leave the Prizmo brutally turbocharged.
To check out more images, be sure to check out the full comparison, divided into four parts on fosfor: 1, 2, 3, 4.
Now, to put it to shame, someone could put an image of the iPod touch 4G next to these.