Dedicated Camera or Galaxy Note's Camera for Touring?
I was finally right down to the wire, and ready to pull the trigger this morning on a camera, then more or less by serendipitous accident happened to read the latest reviews of a new tablet/phone that had caught my eye when it was first announced. Now the reviews have me reconsidering.
This device sounds very attractive. The screen just blows the (dedicated) cameras' screens out the water, both in size and in quality. Screen quality is important to me. I spend a lot of time viewing, reviewing, and editing. Life's too short to shortchange myself in this area.
The main question I have is how well this device's camera stacks up against the advanced compact cameras (e.g. Samsung TL500, Olympus XZ1, Canon S95 and S100, Fuji X10, etc.). Any feedback on this would be appreciated.
Size and slimness and light weight also favor the Galaxy Note. I'm just concerned that its camera is too limited or wanting, in comparison with the cameras mentioned above.
Galaxy Note reviews (among the most glowing sets of reviews I've ever seen):
I'm in love with the Galaxy Note already. But a good camera is highest priority. Where might its camera fall short?
Last edited by Niles H.; 12-16-11 at 02:27 PM.