Test setup: I put the cameras on a tripod. I wasn't very careful aligning the shots, but you can see that the iPhone shot 4:3, and the other cameras 16:9. These are from an 8 year old Nikon D70, without a tripod, ISO 200, 1/60 sec and 4.0 aperture. It gets the color right.
Erstaunlich wie viel besser das iPhone abschneidet. Die Nokia sind nach wie vor gut und fast auf D70 Niveau. Dem BB hast Du eine bessere Chance gegeben, die es auch nutzt. Alle Bilder sind natuerlich besser als gestern abend.
Ich finde es schwer zwischen dem 920 und dem iPhone5 meinen Favoriten zu bestimmen, denn die Stimmung auf dem iPhone ist etwas waermer dargestellt.
Was man leicht übersieht: Die Lumias sind weitwinkliger. Das ist viel mehr auf dem Bild.
Thanks, Volker. All of them look okay in small size, except the iPhone 5 maybe, as it is having the worst color reproduction, IMHO. Also the vingetting is surprisingly bad with most (bright spot in the middle, getting darker to the edges), 808 best, Lumia 920 second, iPhone5 worst (even the Z10 got that part better).
If you are looking into it, 808 is (surprisingly) showing some moire on the left brown pillow. The Lumia 920 could be sharper, the iPhone is oversharpening (because of that the upper part of the ceiling looks so speckled).
Overall I think the 808 is king, the Lumia 920 follows, then the iPhone5. Then nothing, some more of it. And then the Z10 ;)
I was shooting in full automatic. That means the 808 shoots a 5 MP photo, the other ones are all 8 MP. Hence the moire. I can set the 808 to much higher resolutions, but I wanted to stay in automatic.
The iPhone also paints the center part reddish. To a lesser extend, so does my Nokia E6. Once you see it, it takes a lot of fun/use out of many photos.
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