05 Nov Where Are We Headed? iPhone Xs vs Camera

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Apple iPhone XS (4.25mm, f/1.8, 1/25 sec, ISO400)

Digital photography has come a long way. That’s especially true for the cameras in our phones. Time to bring my new iPhone Xs to a museum.

No, I didn’t go to the museum to test the camera in my iPhone. I went there with my X Pro-2 plus the XF 16/1.4 WR and the XF23/1.4 R. The two lenses I didn’t bring on my last vacation. I just wanted to see if I should sell the lenses or if I rather keep them. I won’t sell them but that’s a different story.

On my way out I realized that I should also try out the camera in my phone. I already know that it’s much better than the one on my previous phone, the iPhone 6plus, but I didn’t shot in low light to far.

Apple iPhone XS (4.25mm, f/1.8, 1/35 sec, ISO320)
Apple iPhone XS (4.25mm, f/1.8, 1/50 sec, ISO320)

When I took the images I immediately realized how fantastic the screen is and how perfect the  auto white balance worked. What you see is what you get! Same is true regarding exposure. You push the display – Apple does the rest. It’s easy to understand why smartphones have replaced compact digital cameras.

But what about the quality? It doesn’t replace a real camera in low light. The images look great if watched on a screen but of course there is a limit. If you love to pixel peep you should

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