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Afganistan War Photo's

Discussion in 'World Mobile Photography News' started by John Milton, 13 July 2011.

  1. John Milton

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    Yes, had heard about this. Several mainstream media sources seem to be embracing the iPhone. Kind of makes you think we're on the right track. Thanks for the link.
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    Moved to 'World iPhoneography News' :)
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    Thanks for the link and it is really good to read and like Richard says we are definitely on the right track. I particularly agree with the last sentence of the article :
    "Would the pair use the iPhone again? "Not as a phone – it never even had a sim card," says Gardi. "But I've used it as my prime camera ever since."

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