Last week Flickr announced that the iPhone 4 leapfrogged the Nikon D90 to become the most popular camera used by members of the photo hosting site. So we asked readers: is your cell phone your primary camera?
566 people weighed in to answer the question, and the results were pretty close. A quarter (142 people) said their phone's camera is their primary camera because they don't see the need to carry around an additional device. 24 percent of respondents (136 people) said their phone isn't their primary camera because they like using a regular camera. About a fifth (117 people) said they use both a standalone camera and a camera phone. The good quality of their phone's camera is the reason 18 percent of readers (100 people) reported that their phone is their primary camera while a lousy camera is the reason 13 percent (71 people) said they don't use their phone as their primary camera.
The Nikon D90 VR Kit includes the Nikon D90 DX 12.3 megapixel DSLR camera, as well as the 18-105mm ED AF-S VR DX Nikkor zoom lens. Standout features on this camera include the D-Movie mode, featuring 24p HD recording, and a 3-inch super-density LCD display. We’ve gotten our hands on one and unboxing it in this episode, giving you a look at everything in the box.
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