These 4 images were taken using the Cortex Camera App for iOS, which takes many (30?) images and merges them for very low noise, even in dark scenes. I used a tripod - full-size and tabletop, to capture these, and I turned off the handheld option in the Cortex app. The images take only about 4 seconds to capture and process, and the shutter can be activated using the Apple earbud control, so the camera/phone does not have to be touched after the image is framed. The first is a good demo of the resolution, and the second is a shot minutes after sunset - it was fairly dark, well after dusk. The third was in fog this morning, and while I can't be sure that the Cortex app registered the images perfectly, the detail is very good for the iPhone in really flat lighting. The small amount of fringing was my fault. The fourth was the previous day (already posted), but I wanted it in this separate thread for the Cortex app photos. The bridge is usually lit up better, but the lights were turned down for the fog, so I think the next time I shoot the bridge, I'll get less noise. iPhone 6s-plus, Cortex Camera App. iPhone 6s-plus, Cortex Camera App. iPhone 6s-plus, Cortex Camera App. iPhone 6s-plus, Cortex Camera App.