This week I went to a concert wih my camera, there I saw a 2 or 3 more people with cams. All the others were shooting with phones and tablets.
Sergey Kostrov: Guys, visit a very popular city, like San Francisco ( go to a Lombard Street, for example ), and look what kind of cameras are in hands, or in pockets (!), of hundred of tourists. I don't understand who really needs all these long-zoom and super-long zoom "monster"-cameras especially if I take into account that more then 40% of all money spent on electronics in 2014 will be spent on smartphones and tablets. From my point of view that is a complete waste of money on R&D and production because during last a couple of years we saw so many long-zooms with 200K LCDs, limited functionality, questionable IQ, etc.
bridge cameras have wide appeal: convenience in a small package
IQ apart, Samsung has to be commended on so many new ideas, so rare by Canon and Nikon.
photogeek: Ever since Samsung ripped off the iPhone, I can't view their products as anything other than a cheap rip-off.
@photogeekYou are kidding, right?
Finally a rational measurement (mm²) for sensors, hope the industry adopt it.
FRANCISCO ARAGAO: au contraire for me. when I see my photo albums they bring back memories of events, places and people there that I had long since forgotten.
the places I went without taking the camera many years ago I do not remember hardly anything.and I can not recall because I have no photos.
au contraire for me. when I see my photo albums they bring back memories of events, places and people there that I had long since forgotten.
DBHH: As you drop a pile of cash on this thing please remember that they used to make lenses like this in the 1800's because THEY COULDN'T MAKE BETTER LENSES AT THAT TIME! If the original designer of this 19th century optic was able to make a lens that was as good as one on an iPhone this design would have ended up in his antique garbage bin.
I would like to see an iPhone producing that bokeh
Very bad app. Freezing my S3 continuously.
215 posts! too much for a so called "crap camera".
A copy of the Samsung S3/4, hopefully Samsung has not patented shapes.
Wonderful photos for a mobile phone but the 2 pics shot with flash (11 and 18) arent that good.
Gabriel Yeo: Sony continues without fail, to make ugly-looking cameras.
You are joking, right?
white shadow: I am quite satisfied with my G12 as a "carry anywhere" camera and has taken many reasonable, memorable shots during my travel. Like the G16, my only handicap is its lack of a 24mm field of view.
I wonder how much better is the G16 over the Lumix LX7 in terms of image quality?
@cgarrardHahaha, good one!
I bought in 1996 my first digital camera, a Panasonic PV-JB1000, no zoom, no flash, it used the slooooooow serial port for upload the photos. In a bright sunny day it could produce some decent pics.
that is no goodto the customer the more options the best.
Awesome camera for the price and convenience.
Awesome ad and super cool phone.
audijam: this is definitely a good camear you could leave in your car for unexpected events...
hes talking about real photos no cell phone photos
its a little neck