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HTC One M9 camera: quick camera comparison against other flagships
posted by John V. / Mar 01, 2015, 9:55 AM
The listing includes samples taken by the Apple iPhone 6 Plus, Apple iPhone 6, HTC One M9, Google Nexus 6, HTC One M8, Moto X 2014, Nokia Lumia 930, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. To be fair, though, it should be noted that the HTC One M9 used in this quick comparison is a pre-production model – and NOT a final retail unit. Who knows what can happen between now and the time of its actual release, but in any event, here’s what we’re able to see right now.
Considering that HTC has ditched the UltraPixel camera for the M9's rear one in favor of a higher count 20-megapixel one, do you think it has the guts to win over shutterbugs who take pride in the shots they capture with their device?
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i think it's evident who takes the best shots... starts with iPhone and ends with 6 Plus
posted on Mar 01, 2015, 9:56 AM 2
It's hard to compare like this. Plus the camera is a pre-production model. duh
posted on Mar 01, 2015, 10:20 AM 0
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Clearly, you've never used Photoshop /sarcasm Note 4 is my winner, but this is all subjective. Beauty in the eyes of the beholder and all that. Sad my Nexus 6 didn't do better, but I rarely do pictures in lowlight (if at all), so whatever there.
posted on Mar 01, 2015, 4:37 PM 0
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Hmmm...it's worse than advertised . Iphone plus pretty much rules the charts while HTC images can't cope with detail, it lacks sharpness and have too much of artefacts both colour and noise. So ...I am not going to say lets hope software will sort it out rather will say it sucks.
posted on Mar 01, 2015, 10:11 AM 0
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it's iphone indoors and M9 outdoors. must be because of the larger pixel size in the iphone (light sensitivity) vs more pixels in the M9 (more detail if light is plenty). M9 seems to add gain or lower shutter speed indoors which makes the image too hot or artificially bright.
posted on Mar 01, 2015, 2:01 PM 0
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