“If you just want to take a picture, you use your iPhone. But what if you want great quality? Not ‘great for a phone,’ but plain great? You shoot with a DSLR camera,” Ilya Birman blogs.
“Unfortunately, DSLRs are painfully outdated. With them you can’t tweet or email photos, you can’t crop or adjust them and you can’t organize your library. And to get your photos anywhere, you’ll need a cord or a compatible card reader,” Birman writes. “This is ridiculous given that it’s 2012.”
“Adding all these features to cameras, on the other hand, seems unrealistic,” Birman writes. “It will take years of work and the UI will be terrible. Doubt it? Just look at your current camera buttons and menus and imagine setting up a twitter account on it. It’s crazy, no one would ever do this even if they had the feature.”
Birman writes,” The solution: remove everything from the back side of the camera and make it an iPhone dock.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Edward Weber” for the heads up.]