iPhone X vs 6s vs Samsung S7 vs Mirrorless G85 | Camera Showdown

CAN YOU TELL THE DIFFERENCE?… Prepare yourself for the ULTIMATE camera showdown, comparing the super-camera of the iPhone X against its older brother the 6s, its rival the Samsung S7 and the best value professional camera the Panasonic G85 to help you decide on if it’s really worth the huge price hike.

NOTES

All videos were shot at their camera’s highest settings.

The audio on the iPhone X and iPhone 6s was boosted in post.

CAMERAS

iPhone X

Back Camera - 4k 60fs

Front Camera - 1080p 30 fps

HEVC encoding - resulting in around half the size of traditional mp4

iPhone 6s

Back Camera - 4k 30fps

Front Camera - 720p 30fps

Cheap as chips

Samsung S7

Back Camera - 4k 30fps

Front Camera - 1440p 30fps

Excellent quality, but poor colour profile

Panasonic G85

Using wide angle adapter and Ride VideoMicro for audio

Excellent quality

Weighs half a kilo!

THOUGHTS?

The quality of the iPhone X was very good, both the front and back camera has improved over the iPhone 6s, and the wider angle on the front camera is a must. That being said, I couldn’t really tell the difference between the front cameras in good lighting. Also, what surprised me the most is that even though the camera now features image stabilisation, the iPhone X and 6s were both very shaky when compared to the Samsung and Panasonic.

COMPANION VIDEOS

iPhone 7 Experience: https://youtu.be/g29h6bYdF8c

iPhone 6s Envirofone: https://youtu.be/rVY3trz0BE8

Panasonic G85 Field Test: https://youtu.be/4xcC1buDOaQ

Wide Angle Lens for G85: https://youtu.be/T9ClygpMG60

FILMING TOOLS | AMAZON AFFILIATE LINKS

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Panasonic G85: http://amzn.to/2giOaCQ

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Samsung SR400LSTC Fridge | Best Value Fridge?

The best thing about this fridge is the value for money, the freezer fits up to 150 litres and the fridge packs another 250 litres. Other fridges around the same price range of $750, were much smaller or came from less premier brands.

I would give it 4.5/5 - the only reason why it’s not a 5 star is that, it doesn’t have a built in ice cube maker and the energy rating is only 3.5, and it’s not a bottom mount fridge. BUT, for the price, I can’t knock it.

While we initially wanted a bottom mount fridge (one with the fridge in the top level), using this fridge over the last few month, we didn’t get the back aches we thought we might have, as the top shelf in the bottom fridge compartment was high enough to reach without much bending over.

We use the fridge at its lowest cooling setting as the normal setting kept our food too cold, this hopefully means that it’ll use less energy overall - anyone with an electronics degree please correct me if I’m wrong.

The noise levels are good, while I wouldn’t work right next to the fridge, 5 of so meters away and it becomes un-noticeable.

We got this puppy from Harvey Norman, the sales guys there are usually great, willing to always knock up a bit. For us, we got $50 off, which made us happy as we’re from the UK and not used to haggling.

BONUS

If you’d like to buy our exclusive unwanted edition Ice Box get in touch at [email protected], we can even sign it for you.. or not.