iPhone 6s Plus vs Sony Xperia Z5 Camera Test Comparison

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Sony Xperia Z5 vs Apple iPhone 6s Plus Detailed Camera Comparison. Comparing the front-facing selfie cameras, the 4K/23 megapixel rear facing cameras, auto-focus and audio of the iPhone 6s Plus vs Xperia Z5 Premium for both video and photos with example shots indoors, outdoors and in low-light.

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35 Comments on iPhone 6s Plus vs Sony Xperia Z5 Camera Test Comparison

  1. I bet, in the video section the cam of Z5 was in zoom. that's why it looked washed out, noisy and unsteady. be honest YouTuber's!
    No doubt, both front and rear cams are better In Z5.

  2. Dont want to bash anyone in comments but you people dont know whats the difference between color and quality.
    I can open Photoshop and edit the shit out of picture, I cant improve its quality tho.

  3. z5 has better the back camera than the 6s plus but the iphone has better the front camera and pictures in low light aaaand it has i think better videos than the z5

  4. The only problem is that just Sony really supports 4K and there is no Android works over 1080P even marshmallows do not work with 4K does not support Google knows this and like they said Android 7 Nestle was 4K from the manufacturer and then look different so I hope other manufacturers may filmed in 4K but theirphysical devices IDs 4K even here it is not supported their problem so we will wait and look

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