Smartphones with multiple cameras are an idea that works today ranging from the young generation, professionals to senior citizens. While they all like to capture special moments, now the craze for using their mobile phones for amateur photography has turned into a passion for professional photography.
Nowadays, people love to capture special moments in their life by clicking with their phone cameras, editing, and sharing them immediately with their friends on social media, as time lost is a moment gone. Even if taking pictures is not what they are interested in, to begin with, their phone cameras turn this habit into a passion for taking great pictures. If they love doing what they do most, which is a point and click with their phones, then may it be the best experience ever.
Added to this, professional photographers to are veering towards phones as their primary devices. Mobile photography exhibitions are now held across the world. Smartphone cameras are so good today that they have almost replaced point-and-shoot cameras in the market.
As a result. Manufacturers are really zealous about adding extra camera sensors on phones. These days to cater to the social and cultural needs of people today. The idea is to bridge the gap between the quality of images taken with phone cameras and the sophisticated DSLRs used by professionals, and how best they can simplify phone photography.
While the craze for multiple camera phones is only going to grow. The basic idea is to make a camera system better and more versatile. Unlike DSLRs, you can clip different lens assemblies to your phone for particular needs. You’d still be using the primary sensor for basic photography. But in select situations. The Telephoto lens for zoom or the wide-angle camera for a greater field of view might come in handy. So that people can capture the smile on their loved ones’ faces better. And nobody gets cut off in a group picture. Advances in software make it increasingly possible for several smaller cameras to do the work of one larger camera. And the small size and thin shape of smartphones and mobile devices make the use of small modules a necessity.