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    Olympus up for sale

    Did you have the camera on a tripod? That would make a big difference.
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    Olympus up for sale

    A couple more thoughts about why I like my phone camera. It geotags the photos, and it can upload them all to google photos before I even get home. Then I can clear the uploade photos off the phone with one command. I can geotag photos from my cameras too using Garmin's Basecamp program if I...
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    Olympus up for sale

    In other words, people carrying a scope don't need to carry a big camera. On the other hand, I've heard people say that their big camera is now good enough that they don't need to carry a scope. Phones are eating into the camera market while cameras are eating into the scope market.
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    Olympus up for sale

    No, barely even for an id shot most of the time. Does it have to be that way? What's the longest focal length they could set onto a phone? I think they're up to 135mm equivalent, which means even more usable id shots. I've never used any over about 35mm, so 4 times that would surely help...
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    Olympus up for sale

    That's normal as you get older. For those of us who have to wear glasses all the time, the answer is to have progressive lenses, the modern version of bi/trifocals. Or you can hang your reading glasses on a cord around your neck.
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    Olympus up for sale

    The "easy" fix is to wear them all the time. They don't get lost if you're wearing them.
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    Olympus up for sale

    I must admit I've started using a little Panasonic TZ80 for most bird photography. I can put up with a lot of ISO noise in order to always have it available. For normal photography, my phone is easily good enough. I can see why camera sales have dropped.
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