Motorola Moto X 2d Pure Edition

8.2 Overall Score
Screen: 10/10
Battery Life: 8/10
Usability: 8/10

Screen | Battery | Feel | Glass

Camera | Not really 'Pure'

Picture Quality

This is the hardest part.  I took some static pictures that should have some contrast and different colors.  Lets look at the specs of the Motorola Moto X 2’s Camera.

We know that it is a 13 Megapixel camera with a F-stop of 2.25 Aperture. The camera offers a “Ring flash” with dual LEDs. In our professional opinion a Ring Flash is suppose to light up in a ring so you have less shadows in certain places because of where the light is coming from, in a ring flash, you do not have these problems because you have a 360 degree flash that goes around the lens.

I am going to compare the picture to one that I took with a DSLR with a 17-85mm lens, with a Canon EOS 50D, and also the iPhone 6.

Moto X 2 - IMG_20141210_161345
This is the full scale image of the Motorola Moto X 2, Click if you want it to get larger.

iPhone 6 - IMG_0915
The iPhone 6.

Canon 50D - IMG_5334
The Canon 50D SLR.

To me the iPhone 6, and Ultimately the DSLR look the best.  (I am not comparing DSLR to Cameras on the phone,  but wanted a good comparison of what the image SHOULD look like.).  The image on the iPhone 6 looks a bit sharper and less blurry than the Moto X 2.



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