Webinar: Next generation smartphone cameras are closing the gap

A vision for the future of mobile imaging and challenges assumptions about the future of smartphone cameras. High-end imaging feature enhancements like HDR, noise reduction, face detection and 1080p video are common in today’s smartphones prompting questions on differences between smartphone cameras, point and shoots, and D-SLR’s, and what the imaging world will look like in 3 years.

Publish Date: Nov 21, 2011

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