Low light Pics Iphone 6 Plus v.s. Nokia Lumia 1020

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theefman

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One out of focus pic proves the iphone is better? And what's with all the attempts recently to bash the 1020's camera, are people that desperate to justify purchasing a phone with an inferior camera?
 
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One out of focus pic proves the iphone is better? And what's with all the attempts recently to bash the 1020's camera, are people that desperate to justify purchasing a phone with an inferior camera?

Was better at least in this situation. Of course on a sunny day at the park the nokia lumia will perform way better!!!!
 

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EXIF is the information about the camera settings stored in the image. Every image you shoot with either iPhone or Lumia (or any other phone/camera) has that. So I think it's kinda strange your pictures don't have EXIFs.
In your picture it seems like the Lumia did shoot at a (too) high ISO and that's why the quality is so bad. With the built in OIS you can lower the ISO and up the exposure time to get a good shot at dim conditions without using the flash (btw: Xenon flash is way better than the LED flash on the iPhone). Here's an example I shot with the Lumia 1020 at night:

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Could you kindly upload these photos on an image sharing site like imgur and give us the link?

Because WPCentral forums compress the images a lot.
 

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First pic is from the 1020 and the second from Iphone 6 Plus.

Which one looks better? Unfortunatelly I think the Iphone 6 Plus looks better :-/

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I've got more than a thousand photos through my L1020, a lot in low light conditions; never seen a photo that blurry in my collection unless I moved or the shot was out of focus. Guessing from the blur pattern/dispersion, I suspect it was just out of focus (I've read reports that some L1020s had some trouble focusing under low light). I don't have an iPhone 6+ so I can't compare, but I'll give the L1020 a second shot making sure that it focuses correctly, and no smudges on the lens cover, too!.:cool:
 

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