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Sunday January 31, 2016

Smartphone vs. DSLR Shootout

I’m at a loss as to why someone would bother comparing the two, as one obviously trumps the other in quality. This writer even believes that smartphones are better because of their portability, but I can’t take him seriously because mirrorless cameras aren’t even mentioned.

…the smartphone may not produce the same massive, high-detail 22MP images as the full-frame DSLR, but the smartphone does manage to be good enough. Under most lighting conditions indoor or outdoor, the iPhone produced images that were perfectly acceptable—more than good enough to post on Facebook or e-mail to friends and family. If you're taking photos for print publication, a DSLR is the way to go; for personal use, a smartphone is perfectly fine.

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