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DSLRs vs. Smartphone Cameras: How Do They Compare?

Nothing beats the convenience of a smartphone camera. Chances are it’s in your pocket already, so it’s easy to whip it out and snap a quick photo whenever the mood strikes you. That being said, a DSLR offers significantly more functionality. If you want to take your photography to the next level, there’s really no comparison. The question is, when is the right time to make the upgrade? It’s important to consider the main advantages of a DSLR and weigh them up with your own interest in photography.
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