Smartphone cameras are getting really good. But why?
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Boni4 Real it's just plain suggestion. Outfits symbolism is real thing. He dressed like a basketball player explaining about camera. Thats just ridiculous to watch. Guess im not the only one feeling this way.
i dont really like iphones but i surprised when i saw the photos of my iphone SE compared to other android phones of my friends.. even video looks lot better..
Also iphone must have ultra fast memmory to storage images compared to other android phones because it have that slow motion ability and generally speaking it looks like the memory is very fast on everything and that gives a feeling of quality not only in images and video, but also in aplications..
I prefer the camera that capture as color-close as possible as the real object. Whether I want it warmer, more exposure, etc, I'll do it with software (post photo). The original should be as close as possible as the real color, even if it looks worse to some people.
I've been following your channel for a while now and I'm really pleased with the quality of your videos. You keep getting better and better with every video.
P.S. These videos in which you explain tech are really good, keep up the good work!
Thank you for teaching me all of this. I have a friend who recently took up photography and he mentioned the sensor being more important teaching me that to a point the mexapixel count is a marketing gimmic and now you have cleared my confusion. Thank you very much
can u explain pls why the new phone infinix ( zero 4 , note 3 pro , hot S ...) is better than the S5 but soooo cheap ? here i have the infinix note 3 pro with a 13 mp cam thats shoot better than the S5 and 3 go ram and 6 inch ....
Let's say we have 2 phones:
1. Redmi 3s: 13mp f2.0 camera
2. Redmi 4A: 13mp f2.2 camera
How much of a difference will be there in the picture quality of an f2.0 aperture camera and an f2.2 aperture camera considering that both are 13mp, both have similar image processing, similar hardware, similar sensors and so on?
Cooler-temp images (6,000+ Kelvin or higher) look "better" 'cause your eyes are more sensitive to blue light. Those fancy LED or Xenon headlamps in cars are more blue for the same reason. The expensive TVs in stores will be set very cool as well to attract people. Apple is actually doing a smart move. Professional TV calibration, cinema, and graphic design industry uses the D65 or P3 standard that displays colours accurately.
When the pixel size does not change, megapixels are very important. (pixel size)*megapixels = sensor size
That's why HTC's "ultrapixel" sensor did not make much sense because the sensor was small.
And by the way: Digital Image Stabilisation is 100% useless for photography, it's only for videos