Last night I visited my local church and took a number of photos on my Apple iPhone 7 Plus.
Compared to the shots I took last year on my Apple iPhone 6S Plus the iPhone 7 Plus camera is considerably better. I was really pleased with the results from the 7 Plus.
I also used the telephoto lens and for the last photo with the light trails an app called Nightcap Pro.
As usual to pixel peep, click on each photo and then select original.
The first shot is of the church. It is actually darker than it looks. Lots of detail in this photo.
Now using the telephoto lens. The optical zoom is superb. Again lots of detail.
It really is darker than it looks. But here is another shot in auto above.
Now using the telephoto lens. Despite how dark it was, the telephoto lens did get used by the iPhone 7 Plus. Some noise appearing now, but it really is a vary natural looking shot.
Now its even darker, not that you can tell from the above shot. I decided to use my tripod, and selected a 3 second timer. With a timer, the iPhone 7 Plus took a 10 shot burst automatically. This was one of the shots from the burst.
Even darker now. This is shot before the fancier one below.
And finally, light trails. I used Nightcap Pro app to create this shot. This was using the apps light trails mode. This was a 11.34 second exposure.
Overall, despite how dark it was when taking these photo, the iPhone 7 Plus took some superb shots. My takeaway is just how realistic and natural the photos appear.
More to come.