Now that iPhone 5 can be updated to iOS 7, the Camera app along with camera itself has gotten better. To find out how much change has happen, we will put iPhone 5 in front of Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W710. iPhone 5 is packed with an 8-MP camera and Sony DCS-W710 has been packed with a 16-MP Sensor. Due to Technology enhancement over a couple of previous years, even 16-MP can be defeated by an 8-MP camera.
First let’s go through the Camera Specs of both Gadgets:
An 8-MP Camera, with f/2.2 aperture, Auto focus, Touch Focus, Face detection, Panorama, Auto Image stabilization, LED Flash.
1080p Video Recording, continues Auto Focus, 30-fps, Video stabilization in iOS 7, Tap to Focus.
16.1 MP Camera, f5-25mm, f28-140mm Focal Length, f/3.2(W)-6.5(T), 3x Optical Zoom, Auto focus, Manual Focus, Multi Focus.
720p Video Recording, Macro and Super Macro Video recording, Video stabilization.
Let’s not waste anymore words and get to the point. Here is a collection of Photos taken by iPhone 5 and Sony DSC. Keep in mind that both of their photos are original and does not taken using any Tripod.
The colour difference is quite visible along with Aperture and Exposure, Sony DSC-W710 was able to produce a little bit less bleached photo but iPhone 5 has done it. Despite that iPhone 5 photo is a bit brighter than Sony.
From my point of view, iPhone 5 photo looked a bit cropped, but sky colour is deep in iPhone 5 photo than Sony, another downgrade.
One of my favourite shots, a view through another Eye, best way to learn how warm colours a photo is giving, but in this photo, iPhone 5 has all the credits to get an upvote, because of DSC-W710 LCD was so over exposed, that there was no option for iPhone 5 to take a photo like this. On the other hand, Sony DSC-W710 has shown warm colours, because of iPhone 5 amazing display.
Other Photos are below, to judge the colours, now it’s up to you to decide.