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nilay patel
Editor-in-chief of The Verge. Host of The Vergecast, everywhere good podcasts are served. I am in love with spectacle.
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nilay patel 17m
Replying to @ikinfilm @twittlik
It’s certainly debatable, especially with this one. But most others I’ve seen the Pixel generates a more neutral, crisper image
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Replying to @iam_rahool
I think that is just slightly different angles
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Replying to @twittlik
Video will be way better than 6S, with stereo audio to boot
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I actually sent this photo to Apple to check it specifically - Portrait Mode suffers quick in low light
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nilay patel 38m
Ah goddamn it TWEETS BUT EDITABLE
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nilay patel 43m
Replying to @devinbalram
Different camera apps are different depending on how they use the camera API. I think processing will only change with iOS updates.
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nilay patel 46m
For all those asking - the wallpaper ⁦⁩ made for our iPhone CS review here at full-res! It’s called “Pathways”
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Replying to @Gartenberg
Well then I am very flattered
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nilay patel 56m
Replying to @twittlik
I think the iPhone and Samsung look the most like they’ve already been edited, while the Pixel gives an editor far more to work with. Does that make sense?
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nilay patel 59m
Stay away from my baby
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Replying to @Monkeypack
It’s all totally personal preference; James and I just happen to agree more than we disagree. But to me the Pixel preserves contrast and shadow, the iPhone makes everything look flat
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nilay patel 1h
I want to go to ’s creative pitch meetings
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nilay patel 1h
8:14am, I’m doing great
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This is a good example of Smart HDR on the iPhone XS pulling everything to the same brightness level, reducing contrast and flattening the image.
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Replying to @MacsFuture
Apple says IP68 which is 1.5m so I went with that, hm
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Replying to @Gartenberg
If they were than Apple wouldn’t spend all that time building Smart HDR!
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Replying to @radiocolin
Those shooting days are long!
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Replying to @MKBHD
Ha great minds and better sensor sizes
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Replying to @reckless
One thought I cut from the review: if you have an iPhone X and you’re tempted to spend $1,000 on an XS for the updated camera, you should buy something like an RX100 instead.
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nilay patel 2h
Replying to @shantanugupta
Yeah, was thinking of 5.8-inch XS and misspoke. Correction in the description and annotation now. Thanks for the catch
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