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Snapshot Camera of Today

Posted on: January 12, 2012

I now have a new camera. Following Annie Leibovitz’s recommendation, I purchased the “snapshot camera of today,” the iPhone 4s and I received a free phone. Another way to look at it is that I purchased a phone and received a free camera. Either way, I spent $200, signed an AT&T two-year contract, and now have a new camera.

The iPhone 4s camera specifications include an 8-megapixel camera sensor, auto focus, LED flash, face detection, and high-definition video. This camera replaces any need that I might have for a compact digital camera, and I always have it with me.The only difficulty I had was with video recording. I could not figure out how to turn off auto focus and the camera kept losing focus when I tried to record the fountains at the Bellagio.

Here are a few photos that I shot while walking around Las Vegas.

4 Responses to "Snapshot Camera of Today"

Yes, but the ultimate questions is how much do you have to pay for the camera by the month for the next 2 years? I don’t pay anything for my camera by the month and I have a phone I have NO contract with that is also a camera and has a browser and I pay $10/month for my phone. I think I’d rather pay for the camera of choice and forget the contract.

LOVE my iPhone 4S!!! Clear sharp photos, amazing tools/apps, speed, style, and simply not just a phone. I’ve owned and heavily used Blackberry, Android, and other non-smart phones. Nothing – and I mean nothing – comes close to comparing to my iPhone! I’ll never be able to own anything else ever again! Enjoy your new best friend!

Impressive pictures, Mark!!! My daughter has an iPhone, and her pictures are definitely better than those that I take from my point-and-shoot. Enjoy!

Love my camera on my droid. Like the iphone takes great pics and movie

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