F is far better(NOKIA 808 PURE VIEW!!) than others, E comes very close....... C IS HORRIBLE!
E - definitely the best is Olympus
F - pureview 808
D - N8
B - Galaxy SIII
A - iPhone 4S
C - the worst- One X
DSLR/EVIL/ILC lenses typically generates chromatic abberations at edges which are red colored. so
F is definitely the Olympus camera
E would be the pureView and
N8 was "A"
HTC is C a
B is iPhone 4s
D is the Samsung SIII
B and D were almost similar, this is because SIII and 4s uses Sony sensor and has the same color filter and color rendering algorithm. while Olympus also had the typical warm look just like Canon, Sony and Nikon DSLRs.
preetman, 14 Jun 2012d is nokia 808 b is nokia n8D is over saturated and thats pretty sure an iPhone
Here are my votes
from best picture to worst
E, F, B, D, A, C
E and F are most sure to be the Pureview and the DSLR..
B could be the N8
D - Galaxy SIII
A - iPhone 4S
C - HTC One X
these are just my guesses..
we'll see in a few days..
I think E is the best. F is a close second, but lacks small details such as metal fence in the last 100% crop. The E photo also has a higher dynamic range than the others, it seems.
E definitely is the best, there is no image noise
F is also quite good
i can't beleave n8 still be better than n808 or is just the A is n8 and E is n808?
tell me what device is E?
Its results is very amazing for me.. VERY VERY AMAZING O_O
What a perfect camera (y)
I'll vote for E (Pure view)
Im pretty sure that A is N8 because of the natural color and has no over saturation. but compared with E (N808) it looks like blurry
Photos taken by "F" had the cleanest and sharpest shot of them all, Although I can't say anything about the neutrality of the colors since I wasn't seeing the subject personally. I bet this is the PureView.
and BTW why use Olympus for Four-Thirds option? there were better EVIL cameras out there that beats this hands down, like Panasonic and Fujifilm, even Nikon J1/V1 cameras would be a closer competition. besides it generates misinformation since EVIL cameras have tendencies to produce good enough pictures at low ISO at auto mode but would shine at higher ISO and custom settings.