In our reviews of iPhones, we always dedicate a topic to their cameras after all, many people use these devices more to take pictures than as a phone and we make comparisons with the previous model. But unfortunately we have no way to do what the photographer Lisa Bettany did: compared the iPhone 6s iSight with the cameras of all previous models.
Lisa the creator of the famous app Camera +, tap tap tap.
In a blog post snap snap snap, she evaluated the performance of the new iPhone with photos of several types: macro, backlight, macro backlight, daytime, portrait, sunset, low light and sunrise.
The improved sensor, software updates and the new A9 processor on the iPhone 6s have made this the best camera to date. There is a noticeable increase in autofocus speed and improvements in color accuracy, detail and sharpness, especially in low light.
Here are some examples:
The coolest thing is that, in the original post, you can click on each of the images to analyze them in detail. Must-see!
For those interested in the subject, it is also worth checking out the photo galleries of David Pierce and Joe Caiati on Flickr, filled with images captured with the iPhone 6s without any retouching.
(via The Loop: 1, 2)