Some more of my experiments with the iPhone 6-plus camera: #1 - downtown street from parking deck roof - HDR on the iPhone 6-plus makes one image only for its processing (ignoring 'original' and 'HDR' result), and from what I've seen it doesn't do much - a little reduction of highlights but little or nothing with shadows. The detail isn't bad for an 8 mp phone sensor, but even in the best light it's a bit ragged. #2 - fog on pier - here's an example of how the image loses detail with flat light that's not low light. #3 - pet bird at 320 ISO - lots of smearing and some noise, but given the low light, not bad I thought. iPhone 6+, f2.2, 1/1200 handheld, ISO 32. iPhone 6+, f2.2, 1/60 handheld, ISO 32. iPhone 6+, f2.2, 1/15 handheld, ISO 320.