Unless you're a seasoned pro, adjusting levels takes too much time, especially when you just want to take a quick shot. Different smartphones automatically adjust those levels differently, and it can result in vastly different pictures that are better for different people.For example, those who prefer to "shoot n' show" without editing or adding filters will like cameras with aggressive auto-settings like the Nexus 6P, which make pictures "pop" with more intense, saturated colors and over-exposed brightness.

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i Cam Source Mobile is the i OS app that allows you to stream live audio and video from your i OS device's microphone and camera to another mobile device running i Cam. Start the i Cam Source, and choose your USB / Fire Wire / Built-In webcam from the Video and Audio drop-down lists.

If you are connecting to an Ethernet / Wi-Fi camera, simply enter the camera's MJPEG/JPEG URL along with the camera's login and password.

Even if brighter parts, like the clouds, are robbed of detail, they'll prefer the Nexus 6P's photos because it's more aesthetically pleasing in general.

Someone who prefers to add filters on apps like Instagram or editing later on a computer will prefer the i Phone picture below.

It also supports Fire Wire-connected DV cameras on OS X 10.5 (Leopard) and later.

Video-only support is also available for most MJPEG/JPEG-compatible Wi Fi and Ethernet network IP webcams. Yes, you can save screenshots by pressing the i OS (i Phone, i Pod touch, or i Pad) device's Home and Sleep/wake buttons at the same time.

In the last few years, however, the company has made a remarkable comeback, returning from the wavering fringes of the mobile industry to become one of the most innovative brands on the market.

There was evidence of this switch happening, but Motorola's acquisiton by Google really kicked it into a high gear.

In 2015 Motorola launched two new Moto X handsets -- the Moto X Style and the Moto X Play.