Gadget Review – iPhone 7 vs iPhone 6s Detailed Camera Comparison

iPhone 7 vs iPhone 6s- Detailed Camera Comparison

What's up guys it's Ed from TechSource, and welcome to another detailed camera comparison test. This time we have the iPhone 7 versus the iPhone 6S. Before diving into the samples, let's go over the specs. The iPhone 7 has a 12 megapixel rear camera with aperture of 1.8 That can shoot up to 4K resolution.

The iPhone 6s has a 12  megapixel camera as well, but with a smaller apreture of 2.2, Also capable of recording 4K video The front facing camera of the iPhone 7 comes in with 7 Megapixels and can capture up to 1080p video and the iPhone 6s has a 5 megapixel camera and can record video up to 720p. By the way these skins are from dBrand and they offer a variety of materials for different types of devices so if you guys are interested in checking them out, I'll drop a like to them down below. So without wasting any more time, let's sit back, relax and take a look of some samples.  Starting with video recording, let's look at the rear camera in daylight.

Auto focus on both phones seems about to be same speed, It's not painfully too slow, but nothing to write home about. The field of view is unchanged but the colour of each video shows some slight differences. The iPhone 7 camera takes on an ever so slightly cooler tone than what is found on the 6S. The video from iPhone 7 is also slightly less saturated, especially in areas with vibrant colours like green and pink.

In low light, certain details are more visible on the iPhone 7 footage, and this is due to the wider aperture of 1.8, Compared to 2.2 On the iPhone 6S. Video is brighter overall and less grainy as well, both phones managed to keep focus locked and don't hunt around that often. Video stabilization gets a much needed upgrade on the smaller iPhone 7 With optical image stabilization, handheld video is vastly smoother and rarely shows any shake. What's up guys and now I'm holding the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 6S and I am shooting with the front facing camera and it's resolution is set to the highest on both phones.

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There will be an audio icon somewhere on the screen, and it will indicate which phone's audio is currently being used. The front facing camera finally shoots in 1080p and it shows when compared side-by-side, everything is sharper mostly noticeable on small
details in the face and on articles of clothing the field-of-view remains the
same as the onboard microphone moving onto photos both phones exhibit a very
similar level of sharpness and field of view the colors coming out of the iphone 7
camera having more muted look to them and don't have as much pop as they do on
the iphone 6s dynamic range on the other hand is a noticeable improvement on the
iphone 7 preserving details in the highlights better just like with video
recording front-facing camera on the iphone 7 is substantially better the
dynamic range and overall contrast of the image shows improvement over the 6s
the facing camera on the iphone 7 is definitely sharper as well thanks to
that higher resolution sensor at seven megapixels one of the biggest
improvements the iphone sees this year is the low-light photos due in part to
that wider 1.8 Aperture images from the iphone 7 are all around better than
those shot on the 6s showing more detailed and a substantial less amount
of noise than before photos are brighter too making them much more
pleasant to look at combined with optical image
stabilization the images are noticeably sharper and keep the motion blur
minimized as well the upgraded flash also keeps the color saturation levels in
check definitely looking less washed out compared to the pictures on the 6s so
there you have it guys both phones have their strengths and weaknesses the
iphone 7 is definitely an improvement over its predecessor but not big enough
to warrant upgrading if you already own an iphone 6s the biggest changes come in
the form of lowlight capabilities and the front-facing camera aside from those the two phones are
pretty close and performance but what do you guys think let me know your thoughts by drop any
comment down below if you guys enjoyed this video and want to see a specific
camera comparison be sure to leave a like and let me know which two phones
you want to see head-to-head in my next video thanks again for watching and I'll
see you in the next video.

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