Ever since the iPhone X came out, almost everyone under the sun has been fixated on one thing: the camera.
Is the quality as good as a DSLR? Will you no longer have to tote around your Canon or Nikon to a photoshoot? Will there be cool lenses to add on to your iPhone X to take your mobile photography even further? (That's mainly a question I'm asking, though…)
Well, okay, for the sake of transparency, no — your iPhone X will not be able to replace your DSLR, but as the people at CNET discovered, you can get photos that are really, really close.
To test the iPhone X camera against a DSLR, both devices were used to shoot portraiture, and while the results are quite similar, there were also stark differences that proved that the iPhone X isn't quite up to snuff in more than one area.
But is the iPhone X close?
What do you think?
Do you think the the iPhone X's camera measures up to a traditional DSLR? Or would you much rather stick to shooting with your Canon?
Let us know what your thoughts are in the comments below!
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