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What Upgrades Are The Consumers Looking For To Happen And It Hasn't Happen Yet With The Digital Camera?

Updated on December 16, 2014
This picture shows vital evidence that a man did land on the moon. Without taking this image we wouldn't be able to see what the man on the moon saw. Thank goodness for cameras!
This picture shows vital evidence that a man did land on the moon. Without taking this image we wouldn't be able to see what the man on the moon saw. Thank goodness for cameras! | Source
The galaxy is far away from us but so is the addition of the wifi for the digital cameras
The galaxy is far away from us but so is the addition of the wifi for the digital cameras | Source
 Can this be the hidden light and the answer to helping the digital products come back to life
Can this be the hidden light and the answer to helping the digital products come back to life | Source

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What's The Difference Between The Digital Camera Vs. The Smart Phone?

In 1975, an engineer by the name of Steven Sasson worked at Eastman Kodak and became the creator of the first camera using charge-coupled advice image sensor which is used in all the digital cameras. The digital camera became a hot item among the consumers in the mid-2000 but was shortly replaced by the smart phones which had integrated the snapping pictures feature into their devices.

Making it so convenient to take a picture anywhere at anytime with this one device upgrading the smartphone pictures quality and plus adding the wifi into their phones helping the pictures get to places and people faster. Why hasn't the digital camera interfaced this kind of concept into their cameras- yet? Is it because the smartphones out smarted the digital cameras industry by patenting their concept making it hard on cameras to integrate the wifi into their products. If that's the case then it was a smart move by the smartphones. That's just my humbled opinion, I don't know if that's the case between these two devices but it just seems that way.

But- what I do know is that Wifi is the missing link for the digital cameras. If they somehow add this type of instant process into their products it would be flying off the shelves faster. Honestly, it would be the best solution for the professional photographers and other consumers; who wants to get their images out to their companies or businesses instantly. It would definitely be easier and allowing them to be hassle free also diminishing the usages of the Ubs cable and Sdhc card.

I guess we live in the now generation were everybody wants instant gratification for everything see or do, but it would be nice if the digital cameras had this type of built in wifi network interfaced into their cameras it would be one huge step in the right direction.

Digital Cameras Vs. Smartphones

The difference between these two devices:

(1)The smartphone has the capability to make phone calls, download apps, and use the wifi network and the digital cameras don't offer that at all.

(2) The digital camera only offers small usages like taking pictures and making videos and uploading or downloading. Meanwhile the smart phone is making quick advancements with their products and adding new features every chance they get.

(3)It's time to revamped the digital cameras and make them a hot item once again. Even though we as consumers know that the smartphones is the most used device to take pictures but that can change if the camera industry wake-up.

Those are the only differences- I see but maybe I'm missing something here and if I am please share your comments.

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