Smartphones have pretty much eliminated the need for point-and-shoot pocket cameras. For a while now, they have even been threatening to replace professional rigs. As early as 2012, Time Magazine featured a cover shot snapped by an iPhone 4S, and recently a Sports Illustrated cover photo was shot with a Motorola Z and Billboard Magazine’s cover was taken using an iPhone 7 plus. As smartphones cameras improve, the market has come to expect DSLR-like image and video quality as well as DSLR-like features. But, until now, DSLRs have still been irreplaceable in certain cases.
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Photo shot with the ASUS Zenfone 3 Zoom (Credit: CEVA)
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