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There are plenty of smartphones coming out this year touting their inclusion of dual cameras, but is it really all it’s cracked up to be?
In this week’s Gearburn Podcast, Hadlee Simons and Andy Walker talk through the advantages and disadvantages of single and dual cameras alike to figure out if the hype is really worth it.
On the single camera side, we have one big camera instead of two small cameras — meaning a bigger sensor, and often, higher quality results. But the dual camera allows for after-the-fact refocusing and beautiful depth of field effects.
The team grapple with it all in our fortnightly podcast.
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