One of the features that come with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is both the main and the improved FaceTime cameras. In the main chamber, went from the 8 megapixel on the iPhone 6 to 12 megapixel iPhone 6s / 6s Plus, but the improvement is not only in the camera. The new iPhone models are capable of recording video in 4K quality and slow motion recording in 1080p 120fps. The video quality has improved to the point that the best iPhone video recording 6s the Nikon D750 DSLR, but with nuances.
It has been the online community of photography Fstoppers who has compared the two devices and have given a clear victory to iPhone 6s. For comparison they have neglected the poor lighting conditions and, of course, that has interchangeable lenses available Nikon D750 DSLR. What he has done is to record Fstopper ideally 4K 30fps and 30fps for the iPhone and quality ISO 100 and f / 8.
As the photographer says, videos iPhone (bottom) look better than the Nikon D750 DSLR (top), with best bit rate and better color, contrast and detail. This is because the Nikon is not able to record video in 4K resolution, which neither are most SLR cameras on the market.
This does not mean that the iPhone 6s always capture better images and better choice for professional DSLR the Nikon D750; only proves that the iPhone 6s exceeds certain Reflex cameras under ideal conditions and that under these conditions is much better option than these cameras to be much simpler to use and transport. We leave you with the full video Fstoppers.