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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
Next Gen Cameras should be as good as point and shoot.
I don't see how that will ever be possible. Phones don't have the room for large sensors or lenses. This will always make them inferior to dedicated cameras. As long as the camera you are comparing it to isn't some cheap piece of crap...
    
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Are you talking about a Canon 7D here? If so, it's all down to your lenses.

There's literally no chance in hell for a phone to beat a DSLR with an f1.4 lens and a moderate ISO setting at night.

For example:

f1.4 50mm lens, ISO 800, Canon 5D Mk II. One light source, a street light about 50 feet away (you can see it reflected in the racoon's eyes) and I could BARELY see him with my naked eye due to the darkness. This is a living animal obviously and a handheld shot...which means shutter speed of at least 1/24 or less (ie: could have filmed it with the same exposure level, this wasn't a long exposure shot on a tripod or something).



Phone cameras will literally never compete with a DSLR simply due to optics and sensor sizes.

It's quite impressive what they CAN do considering they're phones and small, but I dislike when people get carried away with it.

These images are obviously also able to be captured in uncompressed, 14bit formats.
I think you missed the word "videos" in his post.
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