Cameras in cell phones have come a mighty long way in the past few years, from the pixelated shit-vision of yore to the current breed that have replaced most of our compact digicams. But the sense of wonder is fading, and we need some new features. Who’s gonna step up?
No matter how serious a photographer, almost nobody considers themselves above taking camera-phone snapshots. But these five features would elevate the activity to whole other level. Let’s shoot for the quality of, say, the Galaxy Camera, in the chassis of an iPhone sized device. It will take time for engineers to figure out how to implement them all without compromising the size and shape of our beloved smartphones, but a day will come!
Pleeease let me adjust exposure. This really isn’t an innovation. It’s just a no-brainer. Some Android and Windows Phone cameras have some manual controls, and the ones that appeared on Nokia’s PureView 808 were pretty comprehensive (too bad the 808 was awful outside of the camera).Read more
Courtesy : gizmodo.com