posted on 15th of may, 2011

I have a mobile telephone. It's one of them smartphones, actually. It's got a 5Mpix camera, a 3.2" touch screen, only weighs 135 grams (4.76 ounces, for those using the wrong measuring scale :P) , is white (most of the time), has a full featured web-browser, Wi-Fi connectivity, has GPS navigation - the whole shebang. And that's the problem. Yes, I like my phone and use it extensively... but the experience is never satisfying. The camera often fails to impress me, even in optimal conditions. The screen kills my eyes when I try to usefully browse the net for anything more than 30 minutes because it's too small. The GPS simply sucks each and every drop of juice from the battery and the Wi-Fi often has poor coverage. It's an all-in-one and none-really-good. Worst of all - it can't match...

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Posted by Miele on June 12, 2011
Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Dotgeek on June 09, 2011
Great information!
Posted by Noeyedear on June 01, 2011
Well, I think my phone is fantastic. I travelled 200 miles via it's sat nav the other day receiving traffic updates while it also played the music for the trip. I no longer have to be stuck in the office as it provides me with my emails. I get satellite weather images which helps me with my aerial photography, it finds me Hotels and other stuff in the area. I browse the web no problem and keep up to date with ebay auctions, I can watch TV on it as well. It does so much, more than I ever thought possible.
My daughter filmed a video on it which was part of a degree coarse work project and it was marked as a "First". My iPhone is just stunning.
Now if I can perform half as well i'm onto a winner.
Anyone shooting models in a studio needs to be on top of their game though, just think who you are competing against. Why would anyone buy a picture of your friend, who does her own makeup etc and you're not so expert retouching when the business is awash with quality models professionally made...(More)

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