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The 16-megapixel camera on the metal Alcatel Idol 4S can take on almost any situation.
Even with harsh morning side light, the Idol 4s is able to capture the different shades of blue on this old Land Rover Defender.
This shot down a hill toward the bay has a large dynamic range. Notice the good balance between the shadows of the buildings and the highlights in the sky and fog.
The wide-angle lens is able to capture all of this "space" RV. (I know you see that NASA emblem.)
Despite the high-contrast lighting, the camera is still able to resolve skin tones naturally on these guys on a break.
Obligatory cat photo. The camera's autofocus was fast enough and accurate enough to catch Stella mid-blink with her eyes closed.
The high noon sun was particularly harsh, but the Idol 4S was still able to render the shadows of the leaves and the highlights of the thin wispy clouds.
I just love all of the different textures in this shot of stairs outside the SFMOMA building.
The next two shots are of the San Francisco Armory. This one is without HDR mode activated.
Here's the same shot with HDR turned on. Notice how there is more detail in the shadows of the wall and the highlights of the clouds.
One of many accidental Boom Key triggered shots.
This nighttime shot of Twin Peaks and Sutro Tower really pushes the Idol 4S' noise-reduction to its limits. Notice how soft and noisy the image is. (You'd expect this for any camera, really.)
The autofocus had no problem capturing this approaching streetcar. Check out this review to learn more about my time with the Alcatel Idol 4S.