I disagree, here is why:

  1. As smartphone’s improve so do dedicated photo camera’s
  2. Sensor size on smartphone’s are smaller, this means a much smaller dynamic range, compared to a dedicated camera. You can see this especially when shooting in low-light situations (due to physics)
  3. The range of features is way lower with a smartphone, this will not change in the future either, because a smartphone is not a dedicated camera, with dedicated features. Like applying a setting to a knob

Note: Smartphone’s now day’s shoot as good or even better than the old point and shoot camera’s. The smartphone has completely replaced the compact camera market.

For professional photographers a dedicated photo camera system (in whatever form, now mirror-less in the future who knows) is the way to go

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