Smart phone cameras are replacing professional cameras? An comparative analysis !
As technology is expending its unstoppable innovative wings with the conducive market winds, question mark has taken quite awkward places such as, smart phone cameras are replacing professional camera ? a question which were never imagined 10 years back but as we are forwarding with the welcoming adoption of new technology, every impossible narrative seems possible now.
Having or hanging a DSLR camera has always been a kind of luxury as they are expensive and one has to understand the synchronisation of aperture size with shutter speed, but mobile camera has literally kicked out aperture and took the size as mobile clicked photograph could be enlarged into any size courtesy massive number of mega-pixel technology, and from the shutter speed, shutter is down of the shutter but speed are welcomed because in mobile you do not need to fix up the perfect settings to click up photos as it gives quite a speed of clicking.
Popularity of mobile camera has also increased because 1) it always stays in your hand handy, 2) after clicking the photograph it could be send to any user within a couple of second or you can post the photograph or video in your Facebook album or Instagram.
Megapixel advancement of mobile camera has also increased its competitive advantages over professional camera.
Launching of iPhone 11 has given quite a winning edge to the phone camera market because it has 48 mega-pixel sensor which gives quite an amazing video and picture quality.
In addition to the mobile camera technology, Oppo and Huawei are providing 5x optical zoom which could be quite helpful to record distant object.
Additionally if you really want to zoom an object than telescopic lenses are also available for mobile hand-set on economical rates such as you could buy the best quality mobile telescopic lens in less than $10 ( 400 rupees)
Those companies which are driving austerity drive and shrinking marketing budgets and video production budget can use the mobile camera to shoot the rough footage,
Even, Premium Indian News Channel NDTV (New Delhi Television) uses the Samsung phone to cover their on sight stories, they have trained their reporters to use the mobile phones as a camera. Even their studios are mobile camera friendly which is quite a big revolutionary thing for the mobile phone industry.