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post #71 of 76
Played around with the One's camera at the ATT store and was very impressed. Granted the S4's camera is very good too but I just don't see anything wrong with the One's camera for camera phone duties? If I want to snap some real pics I'll get out the D5100 for that....
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Played around with the One's camera at the ATT store and was very impressed. Granted the S4's camera is very good too but I just don't see anything wrong with the One's camera for camera phone duties? If I want to snap some real pics I'll get out the D5100 for that....

I was very impressed with the One's camera until I zoomed in slightly. Then everything became less detailed and pixelated.
post #73 of 76
I don't zoom with phone cameras. They are only useful for quick, spur of the moment pics like of my wife and daughter etc. Like I said, if I want to take a real photograph I'll use my DSLR. Besides Zoe is really cool and is being totally overlooked here...
post #74 of 76
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I don't zoom with phone cameras. They are only useful for quick, spur of the moment pics like of my wife and daughter etc. Like I said, if I want to take a real photograph I'll use my DSLR. Besides Zoe is really cool and is being totally overlooked here...

Yeah most would have a real camera for taking real photos.
I just paid $200 for my S4
I would gladly pay another $100 for a One, sadly my network doesn't have that phone.

Personally if HTC wants back on top they need to stop locking their phones into certain networks, I'm sorry but have no interest using that crappy AT&T network again.


I'm just not into slippery plastic phones. Sure you can hover your figure over the screen for it to detect it, but nearly no software uses it.
I would rather have the build quality of HTC
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I never carry my DSLR around anymore. It's too bulky and I usually end up leaving it in my car or at home.

You would only use a DSLR if you were an avid or professional photographer. Otherwise it's a huge waste of money.

Never buying a DSLR again.
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