If cameras are a priority, one of the first specs to check on a new phone is the image stabilization. You’ve probably been told optical image stabilization (OIS) reigns supreme, but this isn’t the case if you’re taking a lot of videos. Instead, we would argue, electronic image stabilization (EIS) actually works better for video.
While OIS is superior when it comes to still photos, the same can’t be said for videos. Videographers will benefit from OIS, true, but EIS actually does a better job with moving pictures in sequence. Both stabilization methods help to minimize any shaking of the… more