Craig Mod, in his stellar article for The New Yorker:

In the same way that the transition from film to digital is now taken for granted, the shift from cameras to networked devices with lenses should be obvious.

I agree. And yet I also find myself being the exception here, because I’ve been enjoying my E-PL5 more and more. But Craig’s point is a good one still, the camera in the iPhone isn’t just “good enough”, it’s actually quite good. And the addition of an always-on networked connectivity and the fantastic cornucopia of great photo editing apps give the iPhone a massive leg up over dedicated cameras.

Goodbye, Cameras