The iPhone generally tends to expose slightly brighter than the camera, but it also seems to compensate in the midtones, expanding the amount of detail you see there. The place it loses is in the highlights--it seems to overexpose them a lot more. Also, if you look at leaves in the upper corners of the iPhone's image you can see the purple fringing.
October 18, 2011 6:34 PM PDT
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