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Old Oct 8, 2011, 11:49 AM   #1
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These iPhone 4s images are supposedly un-retouched. They look pretty good. I think it may only be a few years, and point and shoots are going to obsolete.












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Old Oct 8, 2011, 4:46 PM   #2
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Wow...I'm impressed. If technology keeps moving along...as it does...not only will P+S cameras be obsolete...maybe in 20 years or so, DSLR's will feel the pressure.
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I think the simple point and shoot is already obsolete.
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Wow! I'm impressed.

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Old Oct 10, 2011, 2:31 AM   #5
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They look great, and are a reason why I'm thinking about getting a smart phone instead of a new p&s. It's that I almost don't use it (the p&s) that still keeps me from getting a smart phone.
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I read a discussion about this topic somewhere a while ago -- maybe on the Online Photographer. The bottom line from that discussion was that the iPhone (and most P&S) takes excellent photos, as long as it's in its "comfort zone." But in fading light, or other more challenging circumstances, the image quality drops dramatically. But with that said, these are astonishing shots taken with a smart phone.
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