Aloysius: Likewise, it seems that the iPhone manages to get the colors and exposure of the image just right, but the 808 simply catches all the detail when you dig down to the 100 percent crop. The water droplets are captured perfectly without any motion blur, and you can still see the details of the rock grain. The One X fared the worst among the three.
Jacqueline: If you look at the full picture, the HTC One X's was overexposed, the 808's was too dark, but the iPhone's was the most evenly exposed. Zooming in to a 100 percent crop, though, the 808's picture had the least motion blur of the three and has the most shadow detail.
Shawn: The 808 captured the sharper image of the water with the droplets hovering in midair. I found it strange that the rest just captured a blur even for a pretty bright setting.
June 14, 2012 11:45 AM PDT
Photo by: CNET Asia
| Caption by: Shawn Low, Aloysius Low, Jacqueline Seng
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