How good might the iPhone 6 camera be?

Although I still don't have my iPhone 6 yet, I have been scouring the internet reading all I can about the new features of the 6. One that comes up almost every time is the improved camera. Here is a quote from an article at Wired titled "The iPhone 6 camera could forever change filmmaking". Note that info here shows how one director used an iPhone 5, but the point is that with quality and features of the 6 will make this level of filmmaking accessible to even more aspiring directors.

Amidst all the hoopla over the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and their motion processors, faster CPUs, and larger screens, it was also announced that Apple’s latest smartphones would have a much better camera. And while that’s great news for those looking to take less-wack selfies at the bar, the new video features that come along with it mean something else: a high-quality camera filmmakers—and those who aspire to be—can keep in their pockets.

Not that they didn’t have that before. iPhones have been used to make shorts and other types of films before—there are even multiple iPhone film festivals—but what the iPhone 6 offers is what Apple’s Phil Schiller called “technology used by high-end DSLRs” during yesterday’s product announcement. Coupled with the ability to grab 1080p high-definition clips at 60 frames per second, take 240-fps slow-motion shots, provide cinematic video stabilization, and offer up to 128 gigabytes of storage, there’s more than enough oomph in the iPhone 6 for a few takes. It’s the kind of power that could, like other developments in filmmaking technology, give rise to a whole new style of moviemaking.