Dslr or latest smartphone camera?

Nov 19, 2019 4 Comments

Novice user. Mainly taking random scenic photos, sometimes immediately. Upload on Instagram/ store in google drive to view later if at all opened again.

https://vsbytes.com/dslr-vs-smartphone-camera/

https://digital-photography-school.com/cell-phone-versus-dslr-can-you-tell-which-is-which/

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  • Instructure theprophe+
    Kind of depends on what kind of photos and the distance. Also travel constraints. I’m an avid hiker and opt for my cell phone camera because it saves me from lugging around a camera and for the type of non production social media type shots it’s more than adequate.

    Now if you’re trying to get more artsy (Depth of field, exposure, shutter) or take photos of massive landscapes (like the Grand Canyon), or need hi-res for production than a DSLR might be needed. In any case I’m sure you already have a smartphone so that should tell you if you want more from the pictures you already take.
    Nov 19, 2019 1
    • Google Ben Dover.
      Yes this. Phone cameras are good but they can’t replace a DSLR, for now.
      Nov 19, 2019
  • LinkedIn yFSV61
    Smartphone camera. Point and shoot are are rendered pointless by cams in smartphones. Give few more years, DSLRs will follow suit, there is no question about it.
    Nov 21, 2019 0
  • Kaiser Permanente / Eng Elho50
    I took my first deep dive into photography and got a fuji XT2 Mirrorless bundle with kit lens & battery grip for ~650, a steal tbh, thanks to the kindness of someone random on Reddit.
    I love it so far, although I’ve heard the new iPhone camera is amazing also
    Nov 19, 2019 0

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