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Ilse Jurriƫn : November 24th 2016 - 08:40 CET

Why smartphones will never replace cameras

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NewsWhy smartphones will never completely replace cameras : Smartphones are amazing. They have already replaced so many things we used to carry around before them - wrist watches, music players, books, newspapers, photo albums (although I don't really know anyone carrying one of those around) and cameras. At least for most users, who have carried their pocket-sized cameras around, snapping hundreds of questionable quality pictures with every occasion. Still, those who value photography even a bit will never use their smartphone cameras as their primary. Besides, most think that smartphone cameras will never replace actual cameras when it comes to even semi-professional photography. Here's why.

Smartphones are for entertainment
A smartphone is basically a pocket-sized entertainment center. Smartphones have large screens, tons of processing power, fast graphics chips, tons of storage space, and millions of apps available for them. Each leading smartphone platform has hundreds of thousands of games for its users and many other apps that serve their entertainment needs. Smartphones are often used as a pocket-sized Las Vegas, with the help of the Euro Palace online casino. The Euro Palace has entered the mobile market only recently, but it's already quite successful. Thousands of people from all over Europe (and beyond) play at the Euro Palace, using its desktop and mobile platforms to play and win. Which is not a surprise, since it has attractive bonuses, specials, and promotions for all Euro Palace players each month. Smartphones are about socializing, playing, consuming media, and staying in touch with others. They are not meant to be a replacement for cameras, and they can't ever be.

Sony K750i

Smartphone cameras are as much about marketing as they are about taking pictures. The latest iPhone has a dual 12-megapixel sensor, which makes it one of the best smartphone cameras ever. The sensor is built by Sony, famous for its CyberShot line of digital cameras. The sensor is one of the most important aspects of a camera, but not the most important - the optics in front of it can really make a difference. And smartphones will never have the same capabilities as even the weakest semi-professional DSLR cameras, as they simply don't have the space to cram serious optics inside them. Most photography enthusiasts agree that although it's the sensors and the electronics of a camera that's constantly evolving, it's the optics that makes the most difference. Back in the day, my Sony Ericsson K750i mobile phone (a dumb phone by today's standards) had a 2 megapixel Cybershot camera and took amazing pictures using it. Later models, with larger sensors, didn't even come close to its quality - and the biggest difference between them was that the K750i had a fixed Carl Zeiss lens that made all the difference.

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