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View Poll Results: How often do you use your camera phone?
All the time. 124 27.13%
Every once in a while. 93 20.35%
Only if absolutely necesarry, or for unimportant pictures 131 28.67%
Only if there is no blunt object to hit myself with, because that would be preferable. 109 23.85%
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Old 05-17-2013   #201
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The camera in my iPhone 4S is certainly good enough for a lot of photography.


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It doesn't do well at limiting depth of field, and works best in good light, but with those two restrictions in mind it can make very good photographs.

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Old 05-17-2013   #202
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i use it all the time.
its my main digital
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Old 06-04-2013   #203
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I use mine daily to document my meals, capture stuff I see around me when film cameras aren't handy, to shoot images of things who's type is too small for me to read so I can blow it up, etc.

Pretty much most of the day mine gets used.
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Old 07-15-2013   #204
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Back when this poll came out, I was shooting with my iPhone 3GS. I've since upgraded to an iPhone 4S and the camera is much more capable. In good light, and sometimes even in poor light, I can pull off some pretty decent shots with it. I probably shoot with it more than I do any of my other cameras simply because I have it with me all the time.
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Back when this poll came out, I was shooting with my iPhone 3GS. I've since upgraded to an iPhone 4S and the camera is much more capable. In good light, and sometimes even in poor light, I can pull off some pretty decent shots with it. I probably shoot with it more than I do any of my other cameras simply because I have it with me all the time.
I voted for this poll years ago when I still owned a N73. Now I got a new iPhone 5 but I still carry my Canon S100 as pocket-always-there-camera. I might use the iPhone cam more than the N73 one, but the average usage continue to be under 5 % of my images.
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