iPhone 4S Becomes Second Most Popular Cameraphone on Flickr

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Apple's newly launched iPhone 4S has quickly shot up to become the second most popular Cameraphone on Flickr.com. Flickr's Camera Finder page shows graphs of the popularity of both smartphones and Point and Shoot cameras.

The iPhone 4S has beaten out the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and HTC EVO 4G, but still lags behind the original iPhone 4. The iPhone made headlines in 2009 when it became the most popular camera on Flickr, even beating out all dedicated non-smartphone cameras. The iPhone 4S still has a ways to go before dethroning the iPhone 4, which remains the most popular overall camera on Flickr.

The iPhone 4S introduced a number of significant improvements to its camera, drawing praise from many. Arstechnica recently posted a comparison pitting the iPhone 4S camera against several others, and found the 4S with competitive image quality and the advantage of convenience.

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Top Rated Comments

darkfiber Avatar
133 months ago
To bad the quality is nothing compared to my T2i.

One would hope a $650 DSLR's image quality would far exceed that of a camera on a phone. :)
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Small White Car Avatar
133 months ago
To bad the quality is nothing compared to my T2i.

Hmmm. Nothing?

If you're seeing nothing there may be something wrong with your computer. Or possibly your eyes. I don't want to rule anything out at this point, but I can definitely say you should be seeing something when looking at a photo.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
OrangeSVTguy Avatar
133 months ago
To bad the quality is nothing compared to my T2i.
Well it is a camera phone :rolleyes:

I've never used Flickr. I use photobucket anyways.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
koruki Avatar
133 months ago
To bad the quality is nothing compared to my T2i.

Too bad the quality of your T2i is nothing compared to my Full frame 5D MK2.. oh wait this is about camera phones nevermind. :rolleyes:
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mars478 Avatar
133 months ago
"The iPhone 4 made headlines in 2009 "

I'm pretty sure the iPhone 4 was not out in 2009.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
anthonyjr Avatar
133 months ago
I think it's prettying interesting watching the decline in the 3GS and the rise of the 4GS. Look who got new phones.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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