Olympus E-M1 or …

Started Sep 12, 2013 | Discussions thread
CharlesB58
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Re: Well, it depends on what attracts you to the E-M1
In reply to Donald Chin, Sep 15, 2013

Donald Chin wrote:

Most people need is just a smartphone not a camera, definitely there will be less and less players in the camera market in the near future.

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I agree, though I find it odd that some people appear threatened by this. When I read people dismissing smartphones because of the IQ (compared to their DSLR or other camera) I wonder "So what?. That person is happy having a camera that is always with them, convenient to use and gets the job done."

I'm using my smartphone more for photos. In fact, I selected it with one of its main criteria being photo capability. For me it's not just convenience: I use apps to experiment with making images (no, not Instagram) that embrace both the foibles and advantages of a smartphone.

It will be interesting to see how Samsung's Galaxy camera phone, which is more of a camera with a built in phone rather than a phone with a camera, sells after release.

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