1780 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Sep 1, 2007 9:58 PM by xentrik
"Good" and "bad" are subjective, so what's bad for you may not be bad for someone else. Of course, the iPhone pictures are not DSLR quality, but remember that for a mobile device, the iPhone's camera takes pictures that are suitable for web viewing and local sharing.
The suggestion is, if you want "good" pictures, then get a digital camera. You shouldn't be whipping out the iPhone and expect pictures worthy enough to go in your family Christmas cards; after all, the iPhone's camera is ONLY 2 megapixels.
Try shooting on a clear day, outside, and see how the photos turn out. Cellular cameras, for indoor low-light shots, are never usually wise anyway.