“To see whether smartphones are good enough to compete with DSLRs, we put our top-rated camera phone, the iPhone 6s Plus, up against our favorite sub-$500 DSLR, the Nikon D3300,” Sam Rutherford writes for Tom’s Guide. “”
“The iPhone 6s Plus starts off with a pretty sizable disadvantage, and we’re not just talking about the device’s higher price tag. Starting at $749, a 16GB iPhone 6s Plus costs $300 more than a Nikon D3300, which goes for about $450, and that’s with the Nikon’s 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 zoom lens,” Rutherford writes. “Of course, the iPhone offers more than just its camera features, which helps put the price difference in better perspective. But Apple’s phone also suffers from a lack of resolution when compared to the D3300, as it features a 12-megapixel sensor versus 24-MP for the Nikon.”
Rutherford writes, “In the end, though, it comes down to one simple question: How do the photos look?”
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MacDailyNews Take: The performance of iPhone 6s Plus is amazing and the quality of the photos it can produce would have been unthinkable just a couple of years ago. We can’t wait for the iPhone 7!