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iPhone 5 vs. iPod touch 5 camera test

by Nicole
October 31, 2012 at 12:18 pm

iMore has made a parallel between the camera capabilities of the two devices.

The iPhone 5 comes with an 8-megapixel camera and the iPod touch 5 features a 5-megapixel camera.

The site writes that the full-resolution dimensions of the photos made with the iPod touch 5 are smaller than those of the iPhone 5.

As for print sizes, for printing at 200 ppi, photos made with the iPod touch can print up to 9″x12,” while photos from the iPhone 5 can print up to 12″x16″.

If you print at 300 ppi, iPod touch photos can print up to 6″x8″ images and iPhone 5 photos print up to 8″x10″.

In terms of general photography, the site notes that the iPhone 5 photos “are more vibrant, have more contrast, and are a little warmer,” while the iPod touch 5 photos seem “a little flat” when compared to those made with the iPhone 5.

iPod touch 5 vs. iPhone 5

The two cameras’ macro photography capabilities appear to be similar, especially regarding their ability to focus.

A parallel between photos taken in low-light reveals that the iPhone 5 is better than the iPod touch 5.

iPod touch 5 vs. iPhone 5

Both devices feature the same front-facing 1.2-megapixel FaceTime HD camera, but the comparison showed that the iPod touch 5 photos have a warmer tone than the iPhone 5.

Panoramic photography is also similar on the iPod touch 5 and iPhone 5 cameras, but the iPhone 5 offers more contrast and a slightly warmer tone.

iPod touch 5 vs. iPhone 5

For more photos please visit iMore.

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