When Apple officially unveiled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, there were only a few minor differences between the two. But the biggest was the iPhone 6 Plus’s Optical Image Stabilization, which many considered to be a must-have feature. Early reviews, however, suggest the differences might not be such a big deal. We here to clear it up once and for all.

Both new iPhones essentially feature the same 8-megapixel sensors, which Apple said are new and improved. Likewise, they also feature a new “Focus Pixels” system that more quickly and accurately autofocuses on the subject in front of you; the aperture, meanwhile, is locked at f/2.2, so users should expect some nice low-light results, along with some great depth of field.

With so many similarities, is there even a difference between the two? Upon first inspection, the Optical Image Stabilization doesn’t really make all that much of a difference compared to the iPhone 6’s Digital Image Stabilization. In low-light situations, or when recording video, you might notice a slight difference, but overall we feel the two are mostly on par, especially out in bright sunlight.

We actually saw a report earlier today that suggested Apple’s new iPhones are the best ever mobile cameras, which is high praise considering devices like the Galaxy S5 and Lumia 1020 exist. Whichever iPhone you go with, you’re going to get solid results, OIS or not. So, when decided between Apple’s new toys, it becomes less of an issue of which camera is better, and more of which size you prefer.

Check out the full video above to hear Mark’s thoughts on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cameras, and stay tuned for more coverage in the coming days.