Friday, December 23, 2011

Pocket HD cameras becoming obsolete?

With the huge market focus on implementing high definition cameras in cell phones the hand held pocket cameras are starting to become less popular. I do own a HD pocket camera myself but more than often I find my self recording whatever with my droid since it records in 720p and I have the convenience of showing my friends the video later.  What do you think?

31 comments:

  1. I think phones will consume that market, they are always with us and that makes them more convenient.

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  2. Yeah it is true, phones are easier to carry because they do more things.

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  3. Yeah men I agree with all of you.

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  4. Phones can do everything these days,its crazy,how fast technology is developing! one day it'll be all we need.
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    Hope you have a Very Merry Christmas x

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  5. I think their pretty pointless at this point. The all in one phone just outpaces it in every way possible.

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  6. Yeah, I agree, phones can pretty much do anything now. It's definitely much easier to just carry around your phone than to always carry around your phone AND your camera.

    Nice blog =D following

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  7. I think you're right, the minor loss of fidelity is supplanted by the convenience of having everything in one gadget. If my phone could massage me, I'd totally stop going to that Thai massage joint where they...nevermind, I'd still go because, uh, I like supporting small businesses.

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  8. It is probably going to happen. This I don't mind so much, the end of the handheld gaming though, that will be something I don't like.

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  9. Funny, I dug up my old digital camera and was mistakenly calling it a phone for like 5 minutes. Every sense I got a HTC EVO I have had pretty much no use for it.

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  10. I agree. The middle ground between digital camera and phone is getting more barren. The phone is much more convenient so casual photo takers will just use that. Dedicated amateurs are willing to shell out more cash for a full-blown camera, aren't they? Or at least I should expect a full camera will have enough jump in quality to make this worthwhile. If not, camera phones win by a landslide.

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  11. I don't even have a cell phone. :/

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  12. If it can fit in my mouth I want it.

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  13. My phone is my best friend, or at least second best friend. DVR is still first. How pathetic. I have no human being type friends. Oh, but I have my dogs. Actually, I love them far more than the phone or the DVR.

    Love,
    Lola

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  14. very informative, thanks for following, I'm your newest follower too.

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  15. Two years ago these devices could have use but now days they're worthless. I'ma have to follow you.

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  16. Yeah they're pretty much useless now

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  17. I used to have a flipcam but it's so much easier to use my phone now :)

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  18. I guess it depends on whether or not I plan ahead...

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  19. Well, considering the fact that my phone has a shitty camera, I don't have a choice.

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  20. Megapixels on the phones increasing anyways..

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  21. Phone cameras keep getting better and better

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  22. I wonder what new technology will make obsolete next. I'm following.

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  23. For the average person, same with point and shoot cameras, just no need for them anymore really.

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  24. I'm not sure if I would use this pocket camera but it looks very nice:)

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  25. Yup, phone cameras are catching up fast in terms of quality. When I want to take a picture, I ask "Who has a phone?" Standalone cameras will just be for the pros soon enough.

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  26. Definitely. I think nowadays people use more their phones than their cameras.

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