sony xperia z5 is a best mobile.i think this mobile is world best mobile..
sony xperia z5 is a upcoming best mobile on market..i think this mobile best of other brand mobile..
FrankDrebin, 28 Aug 2015Meanwhile the iphone is """"upgrading"""" to a 12mp se... moreand if you compare 12mp(apple) vs 21mp(sony) its the same only a bump in resolution. lol to you man. z3 had 21mp camera if i am not wrong, then they upgrade to 23mp why not 31mp, 50mp etc? lol out of mega pixels? bigger is not always better.
Meanwhile the iphone is """"upgrading"""" to a 12mp sensor lol pathetic how sheeps keep buying outdated hardware.
lg user, 28 Aug 2015well everything counts for a good picture... megapixels for details ,lens and af for sharp and... moreOff topic, I don't know how slow it gets. But based on the review/s, G2 tends to be slow in low light bec. of the OIS. As said in the review (comparison bet. G2/Z1/N3), the camera gets too slow in low light scenes w/c makes the shots blurry. I haven't used the G2, so what I can suggest for now is for you to manually select a higher ISO setting for the camera to be much more sensitive and able to capture images faster. However, that is in exchange of noisier images. If you can download an app w/c can let you tweak the full settings manually,then much better to give you control over the shutter speed.
Anonymous, 28 Aug 2015Well I get your point, thanks I'll be doing more research on that. Yes, I agree as to why do p... moreMaybe people rave about iPhone 6 's camera so much while both z3 and i6 being equal is because they get the same result out of an 8mp camera..and not a 20.7 mp one...
Now I'm not saying as an apple fanboy..cause I'm not..but Im impressed with their 8mp camera.. And if you have used it..you will be too..
So people tend to expect "ordinary" pics out of 8mp..mostly cause every budget android phone offers 8mp nowadays... And the picture quality is often disappointing.. Maybe some of the older 5mp Nokia cams of N97 could beat it..(I got diverted sorry)
Basically APPLE I6: gives you far better than you expect from an 8mp so people appreciate it
Whereas Sony makes you expect outstanding almost unbelievable pics when you hear 20.7mp because of the standards already set by 8mp of apple and 16 mp of samsungs..hence the really good pics also seem to be not that good.(I know mp isnt everything.. Im just telling the general mindsets)
So its just relativity and expectations more than actual blind following.
P.S. considering how much the i6 costs..it had to be bloody good with its 8mp to justify something.. But neither is the z3 cheap so it does justice too...
Wow, so beautiful. Nice, with new sensor, praying for astonishing photos with this new 23mp baby. Probably buying Compact version to replace my good Huawei P8 ( very satisfied ).
well everything counts for a good picture... megapixels for details ,lens and af for sharp and good light pics... ois for shaking or miving objects...... there is one thing that surprised to me was the fact that sony has good sensors but even they dont know how to use them properly....i was able to see xperia z1 vs lg g2 being z1 sony made..with all goodies from company still the sony lens that my lg g2 carries takes way better pics even u can find this on internet,..so if they are using really good sensors them the software optimizations is lacking... the only downside i have with my g2 are night / low light shoots ... camera gets slower is this related to softare or is aproblem by carry the ois ... if someone knows about it and how to improve the speed ill really appreciate it.
Now G4 got 3axis OIS, note5 optic+digital OIS, I wonder how this will be in sony, I can see it helps a lot. Software processing is the main problem why even with more pixels photos do not look any better. Lets hope they will get it right this time.
ooh lets not forget, Xperia Phones dont have camera BUMPS! while having elegant and sleek body.. (unlike samsung, iphone, lg, asus etc)
z5 is the most promising camera in the android world today. hoping for the best
pescarolo, 28 Aug 2015If you looked closely to my words, you know that I didn't say that it doesn't make a differenc... moreSoftware optimization however can't make up for the lack of OIS either.
And you get all confused talking about photographers beeing fine without OIS. But also saying OIS doesnt help with moving objects.
And you talk about tripods.
Have it one way or the other, you can't have it both.
The main reason photographers have been fine without OIS, is that they have used tripods. Using a tripod stabalizes the camera so you can use longer exposuretimes.
In that way a tripod does the same as OIS. (althoug you can use even longer exposurtimes with a tripod, given it's stable enough)
That means you have the exact same issue with moving objects as you do with OIS.
Besides, there are advantages to having OIS in well lit situations as well, especially in a mobile. They dont offer the best grip, and their shutterkeys if they even have them, arent the best.
So you are very likely to introduce some shaking even in well lit situations.
And given how small the sensor is, if you want it to collect enough light, you need longer exposuretimes than in DSLRs, so you may very well introduce blur by not beeing able to hold still.
And with HDR, you need to hold the device still for longer periods in well lit situations, as well.
You are talking so much about software optimization, that I think, that you think there is a lot more to get out in low light situations just by optimizing the software.
There most likely isn't.
DSLRs have over recent years made big progress in keeping ISO noise levels down, so the sensitivity of sensors can be set higher so that shorter exposuretimes or smaller apertures can be used. This is partly, yes, due to software optimization, where the algorithms that inteprits the signal from the sensor has been improved, so it can actually make out objects better. However mostly this progress has been made because the noise in modern sensors is lower, despite there beeing more pixels. Less noise means it's easier for the software to interpret the signal.
Yes I would agree that software optimization is important, and I'm note sure Sony has gotten most out of their sensor/optics setup on z1-z4/z3+.
But I think they could with less effort get more out of a new setup, that is better. And then i absolutely does not mean smaller pixels, and higher resolution. As this leak indicate.
Anonym, 28 Aug 2015Maybe you should pause for a minute and realize that, in the real world, the Z3 is better than... moreNo offense meant, but maybe you must be the one to pause first bec. as far as I know, we were talking about the i6 and the Z3+, not the Z3 and the Z3+. I see your point tho. Still a strange world bro, lots of trolling but not reading.
JonHolstein, 28 Aug 2015OIS does make a difference. OIS means the camera can set longer exposuretimes, since it wont ... moreIf you looked closely to my words, you know that I didn't say that it doesn't make a difference. It surely does, but not big enough compared to software optimization. OIS is clunky if the software is poorly optimized, moreover it's useless for moving objects and shutter slower than 1/10s. Most people and photographers are doing just fine without OIS (unless they have to use zooms on stationary objects). Having it built-in sure comes in handy, but it's not something that is too difficult to live without. Grab a cheap tripod or mobile phone stabilizer will get the issue fixed. As for software, none of the users will happy to fix it themselves. This is digital era, if you get the software wrong, all the hardware excellence is gone to waste.
Anonymous, 28 Aug 2015Well I get your point, thanks I'll be doing more research on that. Yes, I agree as to why do p... moreMaybe you should pause for a minute and realize that, in the real world, the Z3 is better than the Z3+ simply because of the SD810 fiasco. It's not a strange world at all!
Guess I'll have to wait for the Z5+/Z6 to get the same phone but in Black,,, Way to go Sony!
Anonymous, 28 Aug 2015In reality: Z3+ and iPhone 6 rank same in cameras, but Z3+ camera is called disappointing, whi... moreWell I get your point, thanks I'll be doing more research on that. Yes, I agree as to why do people have so much hatred on the Z3+ even if it has just the same iq as the i6, even if it has a FHD screen, even if it's waterproof, even if it has more RAM. Strange World???
Though I suspect that perhaps it's bec. of frustrations. As hopeful people, maybe we're just expecting them to deliver and to be the best. Beacause honestly, I believe they can. I always have high hopes for Sony and looking forward to the new Z5.