John Herrman over at Buzzfeed astutely points out that all of the flaws of cameraphones (noisy sensors, poor focus abilities, artifacts,) are being exposed now that we have large, high-resolution screens to view our images on. Is this enough of a reason to make you go back to carrying a proper, standalone camera? [Buzzfeed]
Will Your High-Res Screen Make You Go Back To Using A Proper Camera?
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