Posts tagged: camera used most often

Photo Boom Time: Challenges and Opportunities

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 May 15, 2013

Yesterday Nokia launched the Lumia 925 at a high profile event in London. The Lumia 925 joins a long line of venerable smartphones. The Lumia 925 features an 8.7MP camera and a 6 element lens. With this phone Nokia attempts to cement its position as the imaging leader in the smartphone market. Smartphones are mini computers that can be carried around at any time. Small, light and in most cases with cameras that are good enough for taking both every day and occasional special occasion photos. These are also the reasons why smartphones are taking the place of digital cameras as the camera used most often by consumers. InfoTrends’ European end user data clearly illustrates this trend. Read more »

Mobile Phone the ‘Everyday Camera’ in the U.S.

Carrie Sylvester
 Mar 25, 2013

It was nearly two years ago when we heard Annie Liebovitz say that “the iPhone is the snapshot camera of today.” At the time I thought, “No way, Annie.” But being someone that regularly surveys consumers about their camera behaviors and future plans I wanted to see just how right (or wrong) she was. In 2011, we asked respondents of our annual Mobile Imaging web survey which camera they used most often to take pictures and learned that the digital camera was still the camera of choice, but just barely beating out mobile phones (feature & smartphones with built-in cameras). In the years that followed we approached the question a little differently and asked “Which device do you use most often to take photos for everyday use/occasions?”

The Survey Says….

Source: 2013 InfoTrends Mobile Imaging User Survey

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