APPLE IPHONE 6S PLUS
The Apple iPhone 6s Plus’ colors are quite pleasing in good light. However, its white balance tends to veer warmer, with some images looking more yellow than usual. The lens is mostly sharp, with the right-upper and lower corners slightly soft. There is no barrel distortion. When viewed up close, the images lack fine detail especially when compared against the Note 5.
It does manage to preserve whatever details it captures while shooting in low light. That would be a given since its images are shot at low ISOs, even in dark situations. To get such low ISO settings, it has an alarming habit of shooting at dangerously low shutter speeds. And yet, the images are still stable and sharp.
HDR images tend to be underexposed, but the iPhone 6s Plus regularly gets the best paronamas out of the competition.
The iPhone 6s Plus’ 4k videos are fine in good light, but experience some noise in low light. Its OIS stabilization i s good and the difference is obvious when compared against non-stabilized videos taken by the Nexus 6P. This makes it the best 4K video camera out of all the five flagships.