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Why you shouldn’t place all your trust in iPhone camera tests

Miroslav Tichy roamed the streets of his Czech Republic town with a camera made of plywood, a cardboard tube and a plexiglass lens he polished with toothpaste and cigarette ashes. His crude, distorted photographs now hang in museums around the world. So don’t worry if the camera on that iPhone 7 you just purchased doesn’t […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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