iPhone 6s, Galaxy S6 video stabilization comparison

Like all key areas of iPhone, Apple brings improvements in camera with every new release. But unlike Samsung and some other rivals, Apple was observed paying less concentration in this area. However, it was true until the arrival of new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus this September. New iPhone 6S carry a 12 MP camera with a number of additional features. But does this improvement can compete with Samsung Galaxy S6 camera? Let’s find out in this iPhone 6s, Galaxy S6 video stabilization comparison.

Though, camera upgrades on Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus was not significant but still was satisfying users. But users were charged well with latest announcements of remarkable additions. And among these areas we find optical stabilization attracting users the most. This seems to be a major improvement over the stabilization effect of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

But disappointing a little, the stabilization improvement is only sectioned to iPhone 6S Plus. Therefore, users of iPhone 6S have to rely on the software additionally that help optical stabilization affect. But apart from calculations, the internal features join up to make iPhone 6S camera results able to be compared with Galaxy S6 camera.

As we mentioned Apple’s optical stabilization expertise for iPhone 6S lies inside. Therefore, on paper Samsung makes a good show off of its camera features in the Galaxy S6. The Galax S6 carries specific software arrangement to help optical stabilization. In addition it also got a physical stabilizer with its camera lens. Thus while capturing snaps the lens moves to stabilize results. Thus for shakes this software and hardware integration will give it a lead over iPhone 6S.

According to Apple its iPhone 6S’ shoots are treated with its own jelly-like effect. This odd feature actually fixes the results to remove light shakes. While calculating the end results we can say that Galaxy S6 is good when capturing moving objects. But when capturing stills iPhone 6S stands almost equally.

Source: PhoneArena

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