Dominique James, Photographer

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Night & Day

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Jeremy Horwitz (Editor-In-Chief, iLounge):

The difference between the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 for low light shots is nearly as profound as “night and day.” We were astonished to see that the iPhone 5 can stand toe-to-toe with other pocket cameras, reaching up to ISO 3200 in dim lighting conditions—for pictures that are grainy but completely in focus and respectably colorful, though noisier than with very good to great Canon PowerShots from last year. In the exact same room and lighting conditions, the iPhone 4S taps out at ISO 800 while creating an image that’s unusably dark—seemingly in shadows. Professional photographers should never ditch their cameras for the iPhone 5, but any photographer—pro or amateur—will see better results under poor lighting conditions than with any prior iPhone.

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Written by dominiquejames

September 25, 2012 at 8:45 PM

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