The world’s most popular photo site, Flickr, allows users to see which cameras are most commonly used in their online community, but the odd thing is that none of the top four are actually cameras. They’re all smartphones. Respectively, the top four are the Apple iPhone 5, the Apple iPhone 5s, the Apple iPhone 4S, and the […]
The latest models of cameras, which techies are referring to as “smartcameras,” can quickly send pictures to any tablet or smartphone, where they can be edited and then shared. Many smartcameras can even let users see the viewfinder remotely from a phone.
“Although many feared the smartphone meant the end of the digital camera as we know it, I think we’re seeing the opposite,” says Fred Tilner, Sales and Marketing Manager at 42nd Street Photo, a popular NYC camera store. ”People are excited about photography and want to know how to take better quality images, including action shots and low-light pictures that are still very hard to do with a smartphone.”
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