For apprehending still photographs, the iPhone 8 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 are on an even note. But is the same factor applicable for video recording? The extensive dissimilarity between the iPhone 8 Plus and Note 8 proliferated to three categories: audio, the front-facing camera and low-light performance.
To equate these two phones, we carried them to Slide Ranch, California for our photo and video tests. To guarantee the field of view of both the phones was similar we put them side by side utilizing a single grip. This resulted in putting them on a same level of handshake and the lenses were placed close to each other.
All video was shot on automatic exposure settings utilizing the normal camera app. As with any contrast, lot many findings are subjective and depend on what you like. Your exposition also creates the difference, so the results may differ depending on the factor that you watch the video on your phone or the computer.
In outdoor sunshine both the iPhone and the Note process well-exposed, sharp video images. iPhones usually produced images with more pleasant colors and skin tones for people. The Note attended to wash out the skin tones a little more. When the lighting became taxing such as filming in shade with bright areas in the backdrop. The iPhone had a propensity to blow out highlights while the Note regulated exposure more fluidly. In motion, autofocus on the Note transpose speedily when the subject in the frame moved. Due to its fast movement the picture looked jerky. In contrast, the iPhone acclimatized focus slowly. However, the process was smoother and displayed a more organic, cinematic look.