3 Reasons Smartphones With Dual Cameras Is Not For You

By Kachi Ojieh Wednesday, July 19, 2017
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Featured image source: Gizbot

Welcome to Techisbae. Attention: this article is not going to be the usual type you read elsewhere.

Here we go. Smartphones having dual cameras  may not be for you if:

#1. YOU JUST WANT IT BECAUSE YOU HEARD “TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE”


A lot of phone review blogs and website have conveyed the message “Two is better than one” when talking about recent smartphones with dual cameras such as iPhone 7+, Huawei P10 etc. All I can I say is ‘Two is better than one if they are both good’. Don’t be in a hurry to buy a phone having dual cameras because you saw a random blog post advising you to do so and remember, not all review is honest.

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If you are not looking forward to achieve something good with a dual camera phone, just stick to single camera smartphone and save yourself the extra money that you will spend buying it.

#2. YOU CARE LESS ABOUT BOKEH


The effect where you see a background image blurred while focusing more on the subject in a photograph is called bokeh (a Japanese term). This is usually used by expert photographers.

Photographylife also defined bokeh as "The quality of out-of-focus or blurry parts of the image rendered by a camera lens – it is NOT the blur itself or the amount of blur in the foreground or the background of a subject".

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Image Credit: Photographylife

If you care less about bokeh or you intend editing the picture and adding the blurry background effect using software – it is obvious you don’t need a smartphone with dual cameras. All you need is to go extra mile to use trickery in adding bokeh to your photos.

#3. YOU CAN TAKE A STEP CLOSER TO YOUR SUBJECT AND IGNORE ZOOMING


Yeah, of course you can do without zooming when taking photos except in some cases. Be natural for once, move closer to the subject you want to take photos of and viola! Magic happens.

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It is true that one of the advantages of dual camera smartphones is the ability to zoom without losing image quality (for some smartphones) but it wouldn’t hurt if you take a bold step forward and do ya thing! There may be instances where the subject may be far out of sight and it is necessary you zoom to avoid the stress of walking towards the subject or having blurry image, till then, do the needful.

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smartphones-with-dual-camera
Featured image source: Gizbot

Welcome to Techisbae. Attention: this article is not going to be the usual type you read elsewhere.

Here we go. Smartphones having dual cameras  may not be for you if:

#1. YOU JUST WANT IT BECAUSE YOU HEARD “TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE”


A lot of phone review blogs and website have conveyed the message “Two is better than one” when talking about recent smartphones with dual cameras such as iPhone 7+, Huawei P10 etc. All I can I say is ‘Two is better than one if they are both good’. Don’t be in a hurry to buy a phone having dual cameras because you saw a random blog post advising you to do so and remember, not all review is honest.

iphone-dual-camera-smartphone

If you are not looking forward to achieve something good with a dual camera phone, just stick to single camera smartphone and save yourself the extra money that you will spend buying it.

#2. YOU CARE LESS ABOUT BOKEH


The effect where you see a background image blurred while focusing more on the subject in a photograph is called bokeh (a Japanese term). This is usually used by expert photographers.

Photographylife also defined bokeh as "The quality of out-of-focus or blurry parts of the image rendered by a camera lens – it is NOT the blur itself or the amount of blur in the foreground or the background of a subject".

creamy-bokeh
Image Credit: Photographylife

If you care less about bokeh or you intend editing the picture and adding the blurry background effect using software – it is obvious you don’t need a smartphone with dual cameras. All you need is to go extra mile to use trickery in adding bokeh to your photos.

#3. YOU CAN TAKE A STEP CLOSER TO YOUR SUBJECT AND IGNORE ZOOMING


Yeah, of course you can do without zooming when taking photos except in some cases. Be natural for once, move closer to the subject you want to take photos of and viola! Magic happens.

zoom image

It is true that one of the advantages of dual camera smartphones is the ability to zoom without losing image quality (for some smartphones) but it wouldn’t hurt if you take a bold step forward and do ya thing! There may be instances where the subject may be far out of sight and it is necessary you zoom to avoid the stress of walking towards the subject or having blurry image, till then, do the needful.

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Kachi Ojieh
Kachi Ojieh

"Tech Is Before Anything Else since 2017". Kachi Ojieh is the CEO and Founder of Tech Is Bae. An enthusiastic blogger with the heart to unify all tech lovers across the globe. Currently working to make sure readers keep coming back for more.

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