Take Better Photos offers photographer's take on iPhone 5 capabilities
Take Better Photos has published an insightful look at the iPhone5, from a photographer's perspective. In keeping with the site's maxim that photography should be a joy, not a science exam, the article looks at how the latest handset behaves, compared to its predecessor (and compared to cameras including the Nikon D3). However, this photographic focus doesn't preclude some more technical detail about the new camera's program line and just how effective its 'dynamic low light mode' is.
|Click here to read Take Better Photos' review of the iPhone5|
Writer and photographer Dean Holland looks a the iPhone 5's additional features, which are worth investigating if you're thinking of moving to the new handset or planning to upgrade to iOS 6 to add the panorama function to your existing iPhone.
It's worth noting that the site is Australian, so any references to $ are Australian dollars (4% stronger than $US and 20% lower in value than one Euro).
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