The convenience and internet facility of cell phone photography has caused a definite decline in the quality of family images I’ve shot and collected over the last few years. This recent picture was typical of my disappointment:
I realized my ‘good’ camera has just been collecting dust for months. I thought I might pickup an Eye-Fi SD card for my camera, which would permit me to email and post better photos via my smartphone. Alas, my high-end Lumix TZ1 point and shoot from 2006 is too old and not compatible with the eyefi technology!
I’m reading up on camera’s with built-in wifi now available, but it appears the integrated technology is still buggy and causing consumer complaints. Maybe this all will mature a little and I can look for santa to bring me a solution this winter. (Recall, I had a pretty good cellphone camera for a little while in 2010, but I discarded it for my first smartphone).