iPhone’s Camera: A Few Key Benefits and Advantages to Consider
Having your very own iPhone is a plus all in its own right. The camera alone on this device, even on the older models such as the iPhone 4’s, makes the purchase more than well worth it.
If texts, apps, and internet were to be disabled completely from the phone, leaving only a camera and talking minute privileges, then the purchase alone would still be more than well justified on its own end. Why is this, you may be asking and wondering to yourself?
Well, the dual lens cameras on these phones alone have more capabilities than you could have ever imagined.
That is an understatement. These devices are powerful, and they are just as special as some of the more modern and advanced point and shoot cameras out there on the market today. It’s true. They come with their own timers, editing effects and software, plus ability to download and use additional editing photo and camera software either for free or with a small cost from the app store.
Now that is an all-inclusive camera that can fit in any pocket large or small altogether; so how do you like them apples?
In Addition, the Real Differences
Many point and click cameras out there can truly do some neat and impressive things as a whole. The only major differences between using an iPhone’s camera as opposed to one of these cameras depends upon the user’s own comfort and personal holding preferences, for example.
If one is more comfortable carrying a full-sized camera around on one’s back or in one’s bag or sling, then that is his or her own preference in the matter. If one likes carrying around with less, then the iPhone’s camera is perfect and can fit in any pocket, staying comfortably there throughout the long day.
The iPhone itself is even designed to have long lasting durability, and is built for all types of weather and temperatures, even allowing for some water intake.
On top of that, the iPhone’s battery capabilities can allow it to last for around up to 10 hours of continual use. The benefit that regular cameras have here is that they can be turned off or into sleep mode when not in use.
The iPhone can be left in sleep mode as well, though it still tends to consume battery life and system power as a whole while doing so. It may, in fact, turn itself off when it falls below the required range for necessary continuance of device usage. Regular cameras usually have bigger chargers.
About Hamish McLaren
Hamish McLaren is a professional photographer in Australia and maintains a digital publication sharing his photographs and tips for novices and experts alike.