You know, I can see pros and cons for both. I actually like both very much. The phone shot is using your new external zoom, right? It seems to me the biggest drawback in the phone camera is the difficulty in low light (even though that can be corrected, if necessary, with the built in editing). Were these taken at the same time? I see more moisture present in the real camera shot, but it might not have been there in the first.
It can be corected if you have the data in the file in the first place. But since data equals light, if you don't have the light ... . I think if we put a very bright light on when taking phone shots we can get fair to good ones.Maybe I didn't say how I took the top one. I have a Zenon torch shining in from the side and the lense was about as near the moss as I could get. The torch is why it has that translucence, and that hint of blue. It was coming in from say 2 on a clock, not quite side on.
So interesting. The top one sure has the most interest, but the bottom is very nice. Like with Kelly, I fight to phone camera most of the time, unless I'm in great light and then the pictures are great. I have heard the 7's photos are amazing. and that they have put in a new low light camera. I've been boycotting the upgrade to the iPhone 7 due to the headphone jack, but I'm hearing its new lowlight camera is exceptional.
Yes, It's that simple. If you are in great light you'll have a good image.OK. On the iphone 7. I am on a €15 a month 10 gbit and 10,000mins of calls to everything except premium numbers with a phone I bought for a bit more than €100. I could've got a 6 or 7 but I'd have to tie myself to a 36 month at €30 AND pay over €450 for the phone. So when I costed it out it meant twice the monthly and a bit, and 100-v-400+. I'd like to own one, even an old one, but I simply cannot get that costing past my filters. Now don't get me wrong, I'm about the form as anyone. But I have to put some limits to it.
I have to admit, when I blew up the bottom picture it was like a dressed salad waiting to be eaten. It is interesting about the low light camera on the iphone 7. I have an iphone 6 and one of the updates with it is that the "flashlight" on it went from one brightness level to three. I spent some time pondering awhile back if I could adjust that while in camera mode but never found a way. I'm guessing with iphone 7, the programmed a way. I would really like the wireless earbuds but I'm too cheap to fork over all that money just so I can get that feature. If my current phone continues to function as in the past, I will have to wait for the iphone 9 before I upgrade.
I expect the pulse of light from the lamp during the flash for the camera is quite a bit more intense than the usual output.
You're all getting way over my head here but this is pretty fascinating and I'm learning a lot.The wife and I are likely traveling to Ireland in late August. If you ever have time and could give me one or two things that are "must do," I would be grateful. Email is firstname.lastname@example.org.