Hey guys. So I think it's safe to say most here have an iPhone. I now have an iPhone X and today on another board I belong too, comes this interesting article www.photographytalk.com/photography-articles/8277-my-iphone-is-great-but-it-will-never-replace-my-dslr that compares an iPhone X to a Nikon D850. Now what I find interesting about this article is that the iPhone X photos aren't all that bad. Well of course they aren't. They don't look that different IMO. Now I'm sure when you try to blow these up, that's where you'll notice a larger difference. So the other community is full of photographers, and saying anything is going to hurt their beloved cameras doesn't sit well. So Ill ask here: 1. what is holding back the market from surpassing the DSLR? 2. When do you think Apple will receive native manual controls? 3. Would you show up to a pro job with a cell phone that took equal quality photos as a DSR?