…The point-and-shoot camera, which has been a part of American households since 1900, when George Eastman introduced the Kodak Brownie, is endangered. Like other single-use devices — the answering machine, the desktop calculator, the Rolodex — it is being shoved aside by a multipurpose device: the smartphone and its camera, which takes better snapshots with each new model….
From the NY Times, the rest of the article is here:
I found this rather interesting and I wondered how many Club members now use a cell phone for a significant part of their shooting? How many members have entered a cameraphone image into a competition – and if you haven’t, why not?
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