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Camera manufacturers are taking on smartphones by focusing on quality. Emmet Ryan looks at the best ones on the market.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
21st December, 2014
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The increased quality of smartphone cameras has all but killed the entry level camera market. Instead, the focus of manufacturers and the market at large is on quality. The upside of the proliferation of smartphones for camera makers is that, because more people are taking photos, more people are thinking about photos.

That awful gag about the number of pictures taken on the moon versus an average night out these days misses the point (for...

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