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iPhone 6s camera vs Nikon D750 DSLR comparison. This video pits the iPhone 6s camera against the $3000-$4000 Nikon DSLR in ideal shooting conditions. The surprising result: the iPhone wins!
After quite a bit of speculation over the last couple of weeks, Japanese-based camera giants Nikon Corporation haven finally officially lifted the lid on their new range of Coolpix-S compact digital cameras, one of which stays true to the rumor mill and features a fully functional version of the Android mobile operating system. Nikon is billing the release as proposing new possibilities for digital cameras and with the inclusion of Android and additional features, we would be inclined to agree.
It wasn't that long ago when we brought you some information regarding Nikon possibly releasing a point-and-shoot camera that stepped away from the norm with the inclusion of the Android mobile operating system. It seemed like a rather unnecessary move for a company like Nikon to go down the route of producing hardware that contains Android, but with camera phones becoming increasingly more capable of capturing fantastic images on the move, it would seem that these companies need to do something to remain relevant.