I use it very rarely. Mostly because of where I'm at right now, I can't get iMessage to work on my iPhone over wifi for some strange reason. So if I'm really lazy and don't care about picture quality, yet I want to show my friends something, I'll take the pic with my iPad, because iMessage works on that. However, if I want to take a decent photo, I'll take it with my iPhone instead and transfer it over via Dropbox or something.
Big difference: iPhone camera is much better. I very rarely use the iPad camera, but use the iPhone lots for photos and some videos. The iPhone's "camera" ergonomics aren't ideal though, and I've missed pictures fiddling to get the camera launched and find the volume up button to click the shutter.Isn't the iPad camera just as good as the iPhone?
Isn't the iPad camera just as good as the iPhone?
If you are talking about the 3GS, yes.
But even the iPhone 4, which has the same camera, takes better pictures--and it has a flash whereas the iPad 3 doesn't.
The iPhone 4S camera is heads-and-tails above the iPad 3's.
I took 3 shots the day I got my iPad 3 and that was about it. Oh yea, I think I took one more for Evernote or PDF Scanner.