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2014-2015 Top Three Best camera-phones Reviews

by Edwin Liu | March 29, 2015 23:11 PM
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Nowadays, the mobile phone is a portable camera, and taking pictures with the phone and putting these photos onto our Facebook or Twitter has become commonplace. here I list 2014-2015 top three best camera-phones for you and let you have a clear idea of advantages and disadvantages of the three best camera-phones. If you want a camera phone right now - don't miss out on it!

1: Manual control shooting - Lumia 1520

There’s no doubt that Lumia 1520 is on behalf of the PureView technology, and although it is not the latest mobile phone market, the machine can still be considered to be the best one of the camera phone. 20 Megapixel, f/2.4 aperture, OIS and 4K video shooting make it best in photo effects. And it is almost prefect especially in the manual control convenience and functionality. Advantages: Manual control, support DNG format, physical shutter button. Disadvantages: Camera program starts slowly

2: RAW shooting – Google Nexus 6

Nexus 6 is the latest generation of Google Android phone and it is one of the few intelligent mobile phone that can record DNG lossless format photos. 13 Megapixel, f/2.0 aperture, OIS and 4K video shooting make it excellent in RAW shooting and tts HDR+ mode improves the camera's dynamic range. Advantages: HDR+ mode, high stabilization, support DNG format and third party software editor. Disadvantages: Flash exposure is not stable, no micro SD expansion

3: General photography – iPhone 6 plus

IPhone doesn’t have a glaring weakness of photo effects and iPhone 6 plus is no exception. 8 Megapixel, f/2.2 aperture, OIS and 1080p video shooting make iPhone 6 Plus outstanding among all the phones and its panorama mode and HDR mode is expressly impressive. Advantages: Sensitivity of rich details, practical HDR and panorama mode, quality body material. Disadvantages: Does not support 4K video, front camera resolution is low, no micro SD expansion.