|Oct 23, 2013, 03:58 AM||#151|
But, in short: in very low light, the 5 (or 5c) is better, because the 5s only goes to 1/2 second exposure and the 5 manages 1 second, plus the 5 has the High ISO mode and the 5s doesn't.
If you're not pushing the limits though, the 5s is more sensitive, meaning faster exposures (less chance of blurring and faster focusing) and less noise. And the lack of High ISO mode means you might get a little more noise, but you get more detail.
iOS developer. Author of NightCap, long exposure for iPhone, Camera Boost, 1st camera app for iPad2, True NightVision realtime image enhancement for iPhone
|Oct 23, 2013, 05:14 AM||#152|
|Apr 27, 2014, 03:12 PM||#153|
I purchased NightCap Pro (it said there is discount for it till april 30) and so far i like it.
Should i now deinstall NightCap since i have pro version?
One thing though, I think in video mode there should be a counter so you could see that it's working and it's in video mode.
Also, there are no tumbnail previews for some videos in cameraroll, is this normal?
Also sometimes videos freeze only sound is heard.
I use iPhone 5.
It closed two times itself while i was testing video.
Last edited by Orka; Apr 27, 2014 at 03:19 PM.