When I’m interested in serious, wall-hanging photos, I turn to a large digital SLR camera with a big lens. Smartphone cameras, no matter how many megapixels of information they can store, always have teeny tiny lenses that don’t collect and record light as well as dedicated cameras. The smartphone, however — like the iPhone 5 — has one huge advantage: I almost always have it with me.I actually take far more photos with my iPhone camera than with any other, and this is a primary reason I was excited to upgrade to an iPhone 5.My previous iPhone was an iPhone 4 (I skipped the iPhone 4S). My new iPhone is an iPhone 5. The question, then, is the iPhone 5 camera much better than previous generations?Yes. Yes it is. Compared to the iPhone 4, which had a 5 megapixel camera, the iPhone 5 has an 8 megapixel camera. More importantly, it’s crazy fast. The camera app in on the iPhone 5 launches much faster, and when it does open up, the iPhone 5 is a rapid-fire wonder that lets you snap photos nearly as fast as an average guy can tap the screen or push a volume button to take… Read full this story
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