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Cell phones vs cameras


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While I don't take that many pictures, my husband does & he bought us a camera many years ago that we like to use. We don't do cell phones so I cannot comment on how good of quality those would be. We tend to be more old-fashioned. A phone is to make a call. A camera is to take pictures! To me, if an item such as a phone is similar to a jack of all trades, there's too many things that can go wrong with it. Just like how back in the day we never wanted a TV/ VCR combo. When one gets screwy, well, you lose the other too!

So, who has used both? Which ones do you prefer & why?

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Yeah, that's what I hate about the trend of "just do everything on your phone". The more you do that, the more you're relying on a single point of failure... one that tends to fail when I most need it >_< .

I do have a camera on my phone, which is pretty good, and I use it when I'm out and about. But, for taking pictures at home, I still have a camera 😛 .

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It depends on the quality of the camera on the phone in question vs the quality of the dedicated camera.

The camera on the common phones people own are really good, and good enough for the average person for what they want to take pictures of. The dedicated camera has mostly been relegated to people who are into photography.

The good dedicated cameras have features that are better than phone cameras, but these are features the average person has no interest or use for.

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