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So the original argument is ended, the actual ‘normal’ lens on a 35mm SLR is neither 35mm nor 50mm, it's halfway in between. PJ says: September 23, 2014 at 9:15 pm The 3Gs will always hold a special place in my heart. Wide aperture settings tend to constrict the in-focus area to a razor-thin sliver, particularly on nearby subjects, giving you the much-desired soft background “bokeh” effect. I think, the 5S in most Situations has even better Quality than the IP6.

Reading mode: Light Dark Login | Register NewsReviewsArticlesBuying GuideSample ImagesVideosCamerasLensesPhonesPrintersForumsGalleriesChallenges Side-by-side camera comparison The side by side comparison tool lets you easily view the specifications of two or more cameras. You anti-apple zealots are SO pathetic! Olympus Stylus Tough TG-870 £224 What we love about the Stylus Tough TG-870 Wide angle lens 21 mm Flip-out screen Great for movies Really small Compact (113×64×28 mm) Thin 2.8cm Learn more AS BRUCE DICKINSON MIGHT SAY, I'VE GOTTA HAVE MORE LIGHT!

Metering is where the camera judges how long it needs to expose the image for, while autofocus is a little more self-explanatory. No darkroom required. Can't wait to see what an iPhone will do in 2020. Practical evidence for this is abundant, from the Nikon 1 series that disappointed everyone with its undersized CX sensor, to the Nokia Lumia 1020, the best cameraphone on the market largely

The quality of your camera’s sensor and noise-reduction processing will affect the maximum ISO at which you can produce images that are still worth using. So What’s the Point? Basics of photography Basics of photography Every camera, from the tiny webcam embedded in your laptop to the full-frame pro cameras built by Nikon and Canon, operates under the same set And please rembember: I took many of them actually riding my bike (I'm Dutch after all)!

Dead Ernest says: September 25, 2014 at 3:34 am I'd say; Bilal your comprehension and expression are not just beautiful, but sublime. KroonNo hay vista previa disponible - 2014A/V A to Z: An Encyclopedic Dictionary of Media, Entertainment and Other ...Richard W. I wonder if that will repeat with iPhone 6. Bonuses iMore did a feature on this.

Yet most of us use our cameras with the bare minimum of knowledge, just pointing and shooting and hoping for an Instagrammable moment. Two different things altogether. This arrangement really help to understand the fast evolution and "revolution" those little devices have gone through the last years. Big time.

Dean Hori says: September 25, 2014 at 2:53 am Oh people of the internet… Why you always know better. https://books.google.com/books?id=ZEPyweFbjXEC&pg=PA113&lpg=PA113&dq=Please+help+an+old+man+with+comparing+two+cameras&source=bl&ots=H7cxelZ0jS&sig=RiI7pxzkI8qjoONo6-20TPVOP3w&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi6473e1tzRAhWT2YMKHWh You are silly! Find out more… Imran Merchant says: September 24, 2014 at 2:00 pm To be honest, other than the low light photographs, I found the 4s' photo quality to be the best amongst them all.

Photos of four new Sigma lenses have leaked ahead of the CP+ trade show on Thursday: one Contemporary series lens, and three Art lenses that we have a feeling photographers will Pro digicams are for the serious hobbyist who wants great photographic control in a compact size. In either case, initiating the light capture is done by opening a shutter in front of the photosensitive surface. Nothing contronversial about the above.

To view full-sized photos from each iPhone, click on the corresponding photo slice in the photo widget. Diganta says: September 24, 2014 at 2:22 am Each year I look forward to your detailed and well laid out comparisons of the latest and previous generation of iPhones. You can drag it around freely and position it below the camera. The iPhone 6 shot has more detail, but is a much flatter image.

The camera sends every pixel’s data from the sensor to a computer chip for processing into an image. Julee Dardeau j says: September 25, 2014 at 9:54 am I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your efforts and the importance of the camera to me, the best I Happy shooting!

Jason Bailey says: September 23, 2014 at 8:37 pm Just imagine if they threw this comparison up against a real phone camera (Lumia 930 or *gasp* the Lumia 1020).

Interchangeable lenses are more fiddly for the newcomer, as their zoom is usually (but not always) controlled mechanically with a ring around the body of the lens. APERTURE Measured using the horribly confusing f-number scale, the aperture is another dead-simple setting saddled with obtuse nomenclature. I'm currently considering an alternative to my Android phone, including both iOS and Windows Phone, and such a comparison would be useful to those who consider other options. When you don’t want to lug around an SLR but still appreciate a quality lens, wide apertures, manual control and raw capture pro point and shoot cameras offer a great fit.

But that's just too obvious. Perhaps it's because we photographers tend to subconsciously emphasize composition and subjects in a ‘normal’ angle-of-view photograph. We were amazed at how well our iPhone 4 compares! PS.