It’s time for cameras to catch up to our smartphones


The camera market has never recovered from the impact of the smartphone. Ever since the iPhone took the mobile world by storm, point-and-shoot cameras have all but disappeared. Enthusiast and professional cameras have remained relatively unharmed, due to their obvious image quality and flexibility advantages. But now the smartphone is starting to encroach on their territory too. Smartphone cameras improve at a dramatic pace Smartphone cameras used to be at a disadvantage regarding resolution and dynamic range, but ever-improving sensors and lightning-fast HDR have made those differences vanishingly small under many viewing circumstances. In other words, an ILC (interchangeable-lens…

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Patricia is the founder and editor of Little Bytes News, a former elementary teacher, radio talk show host, political activist and political blogger. In 2012, Patricia was nominated one of “Circle of Moms” top 25 political bloggers.

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