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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Samtb, Jan 31, 2015.
Do you think smart phone cameras will ever match the quality of DSLRs?
No, its based on physics, pure and simple. With DSLR, you have a have large sensors to capture the light. You have high quality lenses that allow the aperture to be open quite a bit and you have buttons to control the ISO, WB, Aperture and other settings.
While camera phones have improved, the sensors are too small, the aperture is tiny and there's no ability to control the capture settings.
Great assessment. I'll add that the phone camera will not match that of mirrorless fixed lens or interchangeable lens cameras either.
Is there a chance of these things getting smaller in future?
They can match the quality of first-generation DSLRs, but will always lag behind the latest generation DSLRs.
Just like how the current iPhones are faster than some of the early supercomputers, but still lag behind the latest supercomputers.
Here's a video how a DSLR camera mechanically works in super slow motion.
I know some of you have seen this video but for those who haven't,
it's quite interesting. You'll learn a lot!
Inside a Camera at 10,000fps