When it comes to camera quality, there are a few things to take into consideration, like the type of lens used, the glass type, the camera’s sensor, the image processing algorithm, and more. Well it seems that if you can ignore some of the iPhone 6’s camera issues, the folks at DxOMark have found that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus’ cameras are the best smartphone cameras at the moment.
The website has ranked the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in the top two positions, ultimately pushing both the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z3 further down the ranks. What’s interesting is that prior to their report, the website had ranked the Samsung Galaxy S5 as having the best camera, and earlier they had found the Sony Xperia Z2 to have the best camera as well.
That being said, DxOMark has found that the new iPhones have very good overall exposure and impressive autofocus in low light and bright light. The color rendering is also said to be attractive with good detail preservation. However in terms of cons, they found that the iPhone 6 had more noticeable noise in low light conditions. They also noticed color quantification and moire in some pictures, as well as slight ghosting and fringing.
Like we said in an earlier post, there have been some issues found with the new iPhone 6 cameras which are believed to be a software issue, in which the auto white balance feature might not be reading the scenes properly, but what do you guys think? Is DxOMark correct in their assessment of the iPhone 6s’ cameras?