This is my second post with shots I captured with both the Nokia 808 PureView and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1. You'll find the first post here - yes it's been a while and I hope to do more soon. These shots were taken in perfect light during extreme great weather and in .JPG only. Let me start with a few words about that first.
In this comparison you will see four high-end smartphone cameras at work - the classic Nokia 808 PureView, the large Nokia Lumia 1520, the pretentious Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 and the high-end Samsung Galaxy Note 4. I will only compare the .JPG output and you'll find links to all originals.
In this post you will see some shots from a comparison at a forum of a French website ( planet-smartphones.fr), where the photographer tested the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 against the new Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1. Both devices are on automatic and the Note 4 was rooted to install a modification that avoids compression. That's probably not a fair way to compare both (why not root and mod the CM1 while you're at it?), but I'll share some of the shots here anyway.
After my previous post in which I compared snapshots of the Nokia 808 PureView and Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1, here's a new post, comparing the new contender from Japan with the second 41MP device Nokia ever released, the Lumia 1020. Many visitors are convinced the 808 PureView still is the best smartcam, but I've shown several times the imaging quality of the Lumia 1020 isn't that far behind - and it benifits from OIS.
Yesterday, I was at a congress in Utrecht and I only had very limited time with the Nexus 6, but nevertheless I think I got some interesting results from it. In this post you´ll see several shots I captured with the Nexus 6 and a scene I captured to compare it with the LG G3, Nokia Lumia 830, 930 and 1520, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Sony Xperia Z3 - yes, you read that right :-)