Cell phones have gotten some pretty spectacular cameras over the past few years. I am currently very enamored with my iPhone 6s, which I’ve been using a lot lately and absolutely love the quality of the videos it produces. Still, there seems to be a lot of mystery surrounding why it and its competitors do or do not have good cameras. Though much of this is pretty well known for a lot of everyday shooters, it’s actually pretty common for someone with all the knowledge when it comes to a standalone camera to toss aside that knowledge when considering cell phones. It’s like their brain isn’t drawing the lines between the two systems and that cell phones must somehow be different. In this video, Marques Brownlee explains everything you need to know about cell phone cameras and why some are considered “better” than others.