Initial results: Anything that is close enough to offer depth is better with the camera. Anything that has rich or bright colours is better with the camera.
Interestingly... that last shot is less obvious. As soon as we move from close-up to wider and fuller shots the phone starts to come a lot closer to the quality of the camera. We'd probably tell the difference between a camera and phone on the earlier shots based on only seeing a single photograph. On that last one, it's harder to instantly see the difference even with the photos side by side.
Need moar tests, with large landscape type photographs.
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