Road Tested! Point & Shoot Cameras vs. Smartphones in 2019?

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Comfortably Blind says:

I shoot "stuff on my phone. I shoot art with my SLR.

bikeaddict says:

I've been getting away from using my phone for every thing. If I'm taking a video or navigating GPS I don't want the interruptions from all of the notifications coming in AND i would rather preserve my battery for using the thing as a communications device. A stand alone camera offers these conveniences and the additional benefits of a better and bigger sensor, optical zoom and a host of others and allows MUCH more control over the process of collecting photos. Don't forget that most (if not nearly all) of the improvements in image quality that smart phones have achieved is through software manipulation of the data collected, not an increase in the amount or quality of that data.

Random Fandom says:

I'm considering getting a point and shoot but I don't know. Zoom is nice to have, but I'm on a tight budget of under $100.

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