APPLE IPHONE 5S
The iPhone 5s’ strengths lie in its glass and color reproduction. The lens is impressively sharp from corner to corner, with no barrel distortion and little to no flare or chromatic aberration. What this means is that your images will turn out looking sharp without distortion, and you won’t see odd colors or lens flares when shooting against bright light.
The iPhone 5s has the best color reproduction of the lot, with natural-looking hues and a wide tonal variety – you see more colors and they look more realistic. It also has the best flash, the ability to mix amber and white light with the True Tone flash produces a more natural-looking light that makes straight-on flash photography more palatable.
Its weakness is in the mushiness of its images, except at base ISO settings like ISO 64, the iPhone 5s seems to prefer sacrificing image detail to suppress image noise. While you might see little luminance noise, there will be a lack of fine detail even from low ISO sensitivities and onwards.