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S7 camera is for those which like unnatural and oversharpen photos.
Personally I find Samsung overprocessing pathetic.
Ofc,there is fantastic Sony sensor in S7 but Samsung processing is for amateurs and Facebook only.

My wife bought S7 after S6 and she is amazed with photos because she don't know nothing about photography.
My Z5 took superior daylight shots comparing to S7 and for everything else I have high end DSLR.



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But that is what I like and what people like. Accuracy has it place.
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$1000 and $1400? Too rich for my blood. lol

Then there's the A6000 for south of $600 now. smile.gif
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My wife bought S7 after S6 and she is amazed with photos because she don't know nothing about photography.
She doesn't need to know anything about photography. When people look at a photo they focus on what's going on in the photo itself, not try to analyze what it was captured with and all it's little flaws. 99.9% of the population doesn't give a damn, as long as the photo is clear enough that's all that matters.

This is why smartphone cameras are good enough.

More importantly, it's often been said that the best camera is the one you have on you at the time. For most people that's a smartphone. And smartphone cameras will only keep improving, until the number of DSLR camera purchasers bottoms out to a minimum. In fact I think that's already happened.
Edited by Xuvial - 10/7/16 at 3:47pm
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She doesn't need to know anything about photography. When people look at a photo they focus on what's going on in the photo itself, not try to analyze what it was captured with and all it's little flaws. 99.9% of the population doesn't give a damn, as long as the photo is clear enough that's all that matters.

This is why smartphone cameras are good enough.

More importantly, it's often been said that the best camera is the one you have on you at the time. For most people that's a smartphone.

Exactly. Thats the main reason why Phone these days is so good. Helicopter + Camera crew or Drone?
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Even bringing up a smartphone camera in this thread is an insult to any true photographer, amateur or pro. I bought a Nikon 750D with 4 lenses(macro being my passion, paid highest for a great Sigma) last year and it set my back over 8K. Did I need it? No, not really, but I will never look at photo's the same again. Don't get me wrong, phones do a great job of taking pictures to put up on Facebook and other quickie type images and some are pretty impressive considering the lens size. But if you really love photography, those just don't cut it. You put the same pictures side by side taken by someone that has at least minimal knowledge on how to use a pro/prosumer camera and it's instantly noticeable why these camera and lenses exist and cost so much.
I dove in head first with no knowledge and it has taken me a full year to just understand all the terminology and get used to taking it off of the dreaded "Auto" mode, heh. But after I learned just some very simple tricks and tips from a friend (she is a true pro, owns her own studio, has some impressive magazine spreads and awards under her belt, all at the age of 35) I was amazed at what a good lens allowed me to produce. I am hooked and yeah I can't help but get snobbish when it comes to pictures, especially ones from a smartphone. I fell into the crazy world of prosumer photography and I can never unsee just how terrible your average picture is from a phone. And I'm not even remotely good yet with my setup. Most people won't understand and that is OK. Crazy expensive equipment isn't for everyone and you really, really have to love pictures to put that kind of investment into it.

I agree that dedicated cameras and lenses will almost always have a leg up over a smartphone camera in absolute image quality but it really isn't everything. Learning the fundamentals of photography is vastly more important than buying your way to better pictures. I've seen countless smartphone pictures that are far better than those taken by rank amateurs who purchased a giant black DSLR thinking they'd be like the pros. Composition, leading lines, lighting.....these are all things that are crucial in creating a great image and none of these will improve much just by shelling out more money for a dedicated camera.

I'm on the dpr forum a lot and most of those guys are just gearheads who like showing off their epeen by buying expensive toys (sound familiar?) I admit, I am one of those gear heads with a full frame camera and lenses along with an M43 camera and even more lenses but I don't pretend that I can automatically take better pictures than those with a smartphone. Technique and skills play a gigantic role in creating a great photo.

That is why I said with a years worth of reading and learning from the internet and a professional friend, I can finally take descent pictures. I knew going in that I wouldn't be taking killer stills just because my stuff was expensive. I learned and have made vast improvements and it shows now with some great shots I have took lately. We are getting off topic though. I just wanted clarify that I wasn't saying expensive stuff automatically makes you a pro, I said the exact opposite in fact.
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I'm only an amateur, hence I don't have the need for such an expensive camera but that is one incredible photo.

Why thank you, I have many more pics like that. I drag race my own car as well.
I to am just a amateur photo guy, I bought my camera back in 2007 for a once in a lifetime trip to Japan, Singapore, and Malaysia,
wanted to make sure I could bring home the best pics possible.
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I still say that if someone is interested in photography, the lowest end SLR is the best camera you can get.
Canon's T5 or Nikon's D3200 can be found for around $300 right now and "artistically" speaking they'll do 90% of what any other high end body will do. The low end bodies are surprisingly well supported.
Wi-fi might be the biggest advancement in recent years, giving the ability to shoot remotely and download images on the fly, but outside of some convenience the results off of the least expensive bodies will be almost identical.

Everything beyond the baseline APS-C sensor is virtually indistinguishable once you reduce the image to fit on any screen that someone could possibly own today. High quality prints are basically the only application that could make significant use of improved image quality.

Far and away the most important thing is for people to learn the different principles that govern a photographic exposure. It's deceptively simple in practice, despite the somewhat intimidating premise (playing with the rules of physics that govern Light).
The best part of using digital cameras is that you could learn just about everything by trial and error. There's barely any penalty for taking thousands of experimental pictures, most shutters are rated to at least 100,000 actuations, and most people who buy a camera never get past 10,000 in their lifetime.

Learning photography is a lot of fun, I'd say my bottom of the barrel Canon Rebel is one of the best technology investments I've ever made.
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I still say that if someone is interested in photography, the lowest end SLR is the best camera you can get.
Canon's T5 or Nikon's D3200 can be found for around $300 right now and "artistically" speaking they'll do 90% of what any other high end body will do. The low end bodies are surprisingly well supported.
Wi-fi might be the biggest advancement in recent years, giving the ability to shoot remotely and download images on the fly, but outside of some convenience the results off of the least expensive bodies will be almost identical.

Everything beyond the baseline APS-C sensor is virtually indistinguishable once you reduce the image to fit on any screen that someone could possibly own today. High quality prints are basically the only application that could make significant use of improved image quality.

Far and away the most important thing is for people to learn the different principles that govern a photographic exposure. It's deceptively simple in practice, despite the somewhat intimidating premise (playing with the rules of physics that govern Light).
The best part of using digital cameras is that you could learn just about everything by trial and error. There's barely any penalty for taking thousands of experimental pictures, most shutters are rated to at least 100,000 actuations, and most people who buy a camera never get past 10,000 in their lifetime.

Learning photography is a lot of fun, I'd say my bottom of the barrel Canon Rebel is one of the best technology investments I've ever made.

Most people seem to be interest in Video right now. You are right about entry body DSLRs. They can take very good photos and you really have to look hard to tell the difference. Like many have said the problem is that DSLR need skill and they are big.
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I still say that if someone is interested in photography, the lowest end SLR is the best camera you can get.
Canon's T5 or Nikon's D3200 can be found for around $300 right now and "artistically" speaking they'll do 90% of what any other high end body will do. The low end bodies are surprisingly well supported.
Wi-fi might be the biggest advancement in recent years, giving the ability to shoot remotely and download images on the fly, but outside of some convenience the results off of the least expensive bodies will be almost identical.

Everything beyond the baseline APS-C sensor is virtually indistinguishable once you reduce the image to fit on any screen that someone could possibly own today. High quality prints are basically the only application that could make significant use of improved image quality.

Far and away the most important thing is for people to learn the different principles that govern a photographic exposure. It's deceptively simple in practice, despite the somewhat intimidating premise (playing with the rules of physics that govern Light).
The best part of using digital cameras is that you could learn just about everything by trial and error. There's barely any penalty for taking thousands of experimental pictures, most shutters are rated to at least 100,000 actuations, and most people who buy a camera never get past 10,000 in their lifetime.

Learning photography is a lot of fun, I'd say my bottom of the barrel Canon Rebel is one of the best technology investments I've ever made.

I actually think that a mirrorless camera now is the way to go rather than an entry level DSLR, if you're not going to buy more lenses for that DSLR.

If you move up and know you want the range of lenses offered by DSLRs, or a specific need like the focusing speed, then DSLR is the way to go, but for 'entry level' I think you'll get better performance with an equivalently priced mirrorless
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That is why I said with a years worth of reading and learning from the internet and a professional friend, I can finally take descent pictures. I knew going in that I wouldn't be taking killer stills just because my stuff was expensive. I learned and have made vast improvements and it shows now with some great shots I have took lately. We are getting off topic though. I just wanted clarify that I wasn't saying expensive stuff automatically makes you a pro, I said the exact opposite in fact.

Yeah my apologies. I came off rather hostile in my post. I'm on an awesome photographic journey myself trying to constantly improve. Cheers bro.
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