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  • iPhone Was the Most Popular Camera Used for Flickr in 2015


    Data collected from EXIF metadata from photographs available on Flickr reveal that the iPhone is the most popular camera used for photography on Flickr in 2015.

    The Apple-branded handset leads the camera usage on the Flickr platform at 42%, while the Canon DSLR cameras hold 27%, and the Nikon DSLR cameras hold 16%. Those are interesting numbers, showing that even the iPhone, with its mobile intentions, is a popular device for photography just as Apple says.

    With mobile camera optics getting much better, and sensors in the mobile devices getting a whole lot more powerful, the fine line between smartphone cameras and high-quality DSLR cameras is fading. They're still not DSLR replacements, but some day, they may be just as evenly matched, if not very close.

    If you use Flickr, what kind of camera are using to share your works?

    Source: Flickr
    This article was originally published in forum thread: iPhone Was the Most Popular Camera Used for Flickr in 2015 started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 7 Comments
    1. hogcia's Avatar
      hogcia -
      I am sure android phones were somewhere in that metadata as well?
    1. Lawrence Coleman's Avatar
      Lawrence Coleman -
      iPhone is known for its clarity, it has the best camera and in android Samsung would be the best at picture clarity
    1. bry2k2's Avatar
      bry2k2 -
      This is because most isheep don't know how to do anything else but push a button, this is why you use apple products. They are made for people who can't think for themselves. DLSR cameras are the best in the industry and cannot be outdone, you simply need to learn how to use one.
    1. bbrks's Avatar
      bbrks -
      hahahahaha, now that was funny so you expect, that all 2.000.000.000 gadget users (android users included) know how to use professional camera, sorry to disappoint you, but the fact is 1.999.999.000 just know how to push the button (android users included)
    1. vinaygoel2000's Avatar
      vinaygoel2000 -
      Quote Originally Posted by bry2k2 View Post
      This is because most isheep don't know how to do anything else but push a button, this is why you use apple products. They are made for people who can't think for themselves. DLSR cameras are the best in the industry and cannot be outdone, you simply need to learn how to use one.
      So you are saying it takes a learning curve in android to take a photo? How do the asheeps do it?
    1. lungho's Avatar
      lungho -
      Quote Originally Posted by bry2k2 View Post
      This is because most isheep don't know how to do anything else but push a button, this is why you use apple products. They are made for people who can't think for themselves. DLSR cameras are the best in the industry and cannot be outdone, you simply need to learn how to use one.
      DSLR cameras are for a small niche market, compared to mobile phones.

      Class dismissed!
    1. X-Men's Avatar
      X-Men -
      Some recent research polls by Apple blind enthusiasts I'm an apple user who criticize apple when they err) show how much they lack in comprehensive power. Another recent article about Flicker is mostly used by iOS users. In reality it's a negative advertisement for Apple since Android users stick on their native Google's image back up, Apple users forced to use other cloud services due to misery 5GB (if u don't use your iCloud for any other data) compare to Google plus unlimited photos or ever growing Google drive storage.

      So users are being forced to use other Photo clouds is really a worrying point for Apple