Phone Cameras Come Of Age


Samsung Galaxy S III with CameraZOOM FX
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Author: Bill

Stumbling down the Middle Path, one day at a time.

4 thoughts on “Phone Cameras Come Of Age”

  1. My wife has one of those new jobbies and it not only takes the picture, but sends it home to her laptop. I am old school, I still carry around a camera.

    Might as well take that Eplurbisunum off the dime … all that is going out the window now, more and more each day.

    DS

    1. Mine sends it to the cloud, and that syncs to all my computers. I still carry a pro-level camera on occasion, but I find I carry it much less than I used to.

      While I don’t discuss politics on this blog, I do feel constrained to ask how “Out Of Many, One” is tarnished by current events. The election was by a majority of the citizenry, who made unfettered choices. While we may or may not agree with the choices, I think that national elections illustrate the concept extremely well: the residents of all the states coming together to make national decisions.

      1. Well, as usual I have it wrong Bill. I thought the Latin was “in God we trust.” Sorry. This week they are using some Hindu Text to swear in a Senator that was born in Japan and some guy out of Mich. is using the Quaran. So, it is pretty clear a lot of things are changing these days.

        Sorry for the mix up.

        DS

        1. Well, Christians and Jews can swear on the Bible, Atheists can affirm, the Muslims worship the same god as the Christians and Jews, so I guess the poor Hindus will just have to fend for themselves.

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