Camera Phone Photos Not So Bad Afterall
from the there-goes-that-complaint dept
At the top of the list of complaints among reporters and analysts who simply don’t get the concept of camera phones is almost always the tired line that “the photo quality sucks.” It doesn’t take a genius to work out that the technology is improving rapidly, and it won’t take long for that complaint to fade away. A new study suggests that day may even be closer than many expected. The study compared photos from camera phones with regular cameras and found that, surprisingly, the camera phones could hold their own when it came to photo quality. The study was fairly thorough in testing a variety of situations and cameras in order to come up with a detailed set of results. The end result was that even the low-end camera phones often displayed quality that wasn’t too far off from cheap disposable film cameras. However, once they started going to higher end camera phones, the quality quickly surpassed the one-time use cameras, suggesting it won’t be long until disposable cameras are a thing of the past as well.
Comments on “Camera Phone Photos Not So Bad Afterall”
How did they do that ?
The study compared photos from camera phones with regular phones and found
I wonder how they got regular phones to take photos.
If regular phones could take photos why would we need camera phones.
Re: How did they do that ?
Oops! Sorry about that. Fixed.
As a matter of fact
if you are a foreigner in Japan, you will probably experience having strangers take pictures of you, because you are a foreigner. I’d be interested seeing how the libertarians on here feel about that.
Re: Here comes the Bride
Disposable cameras will never die if only because brides like to plop them on the tables at their receptions so Aunt Beula can snap pics of Cousin Suzie falling on her ass while trying to catch the bouquet.
Re: As a matter of fact
Personally, I would be very unhappy if the government outlawed photographing people and things that appear in public, or can be seen from public property.
crap vs crap
this just in: crappiest phone camera as good as crappiest film camera. Details at 11.
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