iPhone 4 About To Be Flickr’s Top Camera. Point & Shoots? Pretty Much The Opposite.

What’s the most popular camera used in terms of pictures taken that are uploaded to Flickr? Right now, it’s the Nikon D90. But in about a month or so, it will be Apple’s iPhone 4. What’s amazing is that D90 is nearly three years old. The iPhone 4 is not Full Story »

Posted by Fabrice Florin - via TechCrunch, David K. Miller (t), Fig (t), Shakthi Sivanathan (t), Ish Harshawat (t), Peter Avalos (t), Lynnette Fusilier (t), George Moga (t), Jeffrey Hulten (t), miker1717 (t)
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Posted by: Posted by Fabrice Florin - Apr 17, 2011 - 2:12 AM PDT
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Fabrice Florin
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by Fabrice Florin - Apr. 17, 2011
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Randy Morrow
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by Randy Morrow - Apr. 17, 2011

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Ashley Ward
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by Ashley Ward - Apr. 18, 2011

I thought this was good journalism. I only noticed one or two spelling errors. I particulary like how the author included links throughout the story so I would be able to understand the story a little more and it showed that he sourced his information.

I have never used a cannon camera but I have heard that they are really good cameras, the best actually. I have an iphone and I love how sharp and clear the pictures out even though you have to be totally still for it to come out good. I'd be interested to see how things shift when the iphone 5 comes out. Everyone is always making changes and updating so you never know what to expect.

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Kayla Yingst
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by Kayla Yingst - Apr. 18, 2011

I enjoy knowing about new technology, and understanding where particular items stand with their ratings.

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Ashley Gerke
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by Ashley Gerke - Apr. 18, 2011

They don't provide a list of sources as to where they got their information from. I do like how they had visual graphs to show the different uses of cameras.

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Dakota
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by Dakota - Apr. 18, 2011

I think this is good journalism because The author is informing readers about new technology. It shows how the iphone has risen in just a little over a year, which is informing and factual. I like how the author included graphs to show the rise of i phones. I didn't like how the author didn't make the article exciting. Technology isn't all that exciting for most people so he had a big job to do to put flare into the article and he really didn't.

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