To the Motorola F3 and Nokia 1100 owners:
Your phone is a beacon of simplicity and value. Nice choice. But your choice to
a) buy a DSLR, and
b) tell us all about it
was entirely justified because, apparently,
i) you're a serious photograper, and
ii) it's impossible to create anything approaching a worthwhile 2d image on anything with less than a 36 x 24 mm CMOS sensor, 20million pixels and 99x optical zoom
1) done to death before mobiles even existed, and
2) silly and just plain wrong.
-Do you always use a desktop PC because they have more functions and features than laptops?
-Do you always use Word because it has more functions and features than Notepad?
-Do you always write a letter because it allows more functions and features than a text message (from your Motorola F3 or Nokia 1100, presumably)?
No. No you don't. Because you know that different tools are for different jobs.
Tools = DSLR / Compact / Cameraphone / Pencil & Paper.
Tasks = Pro, large print, and arty Images / Decent general photographs / Snapshots / Sketches.
Tools and jobs, guys. Tools and jobs.
So just have a small lie down and get over yourselves and your specific obsession with camera needs/wants/choices. And if you doze off, try not to have nightmares about lomography.