Can't take photos on new Nano

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  1. macrumors newbie

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    I can't believe that you can't take photos on the new iPod Nano. I'm amazed that Apple managed to be so dumb. How can you have a video camera without being able to take pictures?
     
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    iGary

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    OMG S+WTF BBG 111!!!

    The still picture sensors are too thick, that's why.
     
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    GoCubsGo

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    ^ I loves me some iGary!

    It was clear that there were no still pictures, don't expect it to happen after you buy one.
     
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    brad.c

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    Buy a Nano? He'd have to change his name.
     
  5. macrumors 6502a

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    Didnt really see the need for a camera, but as it doesnt even have that.... i'll be definitely sticking to my 4g nano.
     
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    rgarjr

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    Yah, that does seem like a bit dumb but, oh well.
     
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    NT1440

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    Gizmodo had a good piece on it. Apparantly video is far more forgiving while photos would have looked like ****.
     
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    AppleThis&That

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    Well, everyone these days carries a cell phone with a camera installed on a daily basis and I'm sure it would be the same quality.

    I really do need more space on my Nano and I like to listen to sports channels on FM, so I'm thinking of upgrading to the new 16GB model for those reasons.

    For photos though, I never really use the one on my cell phone though. The quality is so low that it's not worth it to me. I only take shots on my Nikon D90 to get the best quality.

    If I don't have a camera around and just my phone, sure I'll use it for a product I like at a store or that rare moment of a UFO sighting. ;) ...but other than that, I rarely use it.
     

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