How can I tell if my iPhone 5 camera is shooting the best it can?

Myiphone7

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Others on here have suggested some iPhone 5 camera are not as good as others.

How can I ensure mine is and that its shooting pics at its optimum?
 

Deasnutz

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Jun 9, 2011
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There is a picture thread around, I guess you could use for comparison, or compare new shots to other pictures in your own personal albums.

Just make sure you are allowing the camera to focus or are tapping manual focus, and getting a variety of distances and light levels. Also try Camera+, as it can produce higher quality pics. This together should give you enough data to judge.

Bad things to look for are blotches in most photos, graininess or consistent lack focus, or inescapable purple haze all in your brain.
 

SavMBP15

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Mar 26, 2010
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How do you know if your point and shoot camera is shooting the best that it can? Or your digital SLR? Or your polaroid instamatic?

See the trend?
 

AFDoc

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Others on here have suggested some iPhone 5 camera are not as good as others.

How can I ensure mine is and that its shooting pics at its optimum?
Others on here have suggested that some threads are not as good as others.....


There are no adjustments on the i5's camera. Point and shoot with a touch to w/b and focus.
 
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