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Posted by Jose August 10, 2012 at 2:26 pm. From 208.15.90.x Report Abuse Posted by Beatriz March 22, 2012 at 8:45 pm. From 87.249.122.x Report Abuse
The following is my side of the bacon/turkey bacon auemrgnt I have with my sister on a regular basis . reason #1: Turkeys don't have the deliciousness that pork does#2: Turkeys don't have fat bellies needed to make bacon#3: Turkey bacon is mostly thigh meat that is smoked, chopped, processed, dyed, formed, pressed and sliced into strips that resemble traditional pork bacon. (note the use of the word resemble)#4: Turkey bacon has a texture and taste of Beggin' Strips.Give up the turkey bacon . return to Pork. There are leaner Bacon varietals (Canadian, for one . it's 99% lean and comes from a whole loin of pork and minimally processed) Try the Irish Bacon also known as back bacon, which is low in fat too.
Posted by Skip December 11, 2011 at 6:34 pm. From 50.57.134.x Report Abuse
Very true! Makes a chngae to see someone spell it out like that.
Posted by aghil September 3, 2011 at 10:38 pm. From 78.39.198.x Report Abuse
Posted by Steve February 12, 2011 at 5:57 pm. From 173.69.187.x Report Abuse
I have a Canon point and shoot G40 I think, wich does give me control if I desire but have rarely used those fuctions. Useful for family functions, etc. In my opinion, if your serious about photography you need the full flexibility of DSLR and if affordable 20 MP which the price is coming down fast though the lenses to match the resolution will lag. Since Kodachrome is now a thing of the past is high resolution photography going the same way as audio has from high definition, wide dynamic range to mp3 ?
Posted by Audrey January 20, 2011 at 2:26 pm. From 173.172.197.x Report Abuse
I don't own a camera phone and don't care if I ever own a camera phone. It rings, I answer it, and that is all the phone I need. I do own two point and shoots and keep the smaller one with me. I seriously doubt I will ever own a DSLR. First their bulky not to mention way out of my budget, and I am not going to be toting those enormous expensive lenses around either.
Posted by Matthew December 31, 2010 at 8:14 am. From 71.1.233.x Report Abuse
I always have a camera with me. 100% cell phone And I would say 65% Point and shoot and 50% DSLR. It really depends on were I am going and what kind of photo I want to make.
Posted by Vance, San Francisco December 11, 2010 at 1:49 am. From 69.181.16.x Report Abuse
I virtually always have a DSLR with me, but I do shoot with a PS for site scouting and when it would just not be convenient to break out the 'big gun.' So far, no phone cam gives me what I want as a package, even for casual shooting
Posted by Steve Batson December 10, 2010 at 5:36 pm. From 192.55.55.x Report Abuse
While my point and shoot is a better camera than what's in my iPhone, and it's small, I use the iPhone camera for out and about spur of the moment shots. If I want do do anything even close to serious, I drag my DSLR in it's backpack along. That said, I've got some pretty darned good shots from my iPhone Camera.
Posted by Brian December 8, 2010 at 10:24 am. From 69.71.182.x Report Abuse
I use the 8.0mp camera in my Droid X for all my point and shoot photography. The quality is not as good at the point and shoot i have but I cannot directly upload to Facebook, Youtube, etc. with my point and shoot like i can with my Droid X.
Posted by Jill December 8, 2010 at 10:19 am. From 137.186.38.x Report Abuse
I don't have a point and shoot so I've found that as camera phone's get better, I use them more. My present camera phone (Motorola Milestone) has a better camera in it than my first digital camera did.
Posted by Sabri December 8, 2010 at 9:51 am. From 98.196.82.x Report Abuse
The phone camara it's ok and it's always in your hand!!!
Posted by Abu Bakar Bonsol December 8, 2010 at 9:37 am. From 118.101.73.x Report Abuse
I prefer my Panasonic LUMIX camera to capture/shoot photos.
Posted by Laura December 8, 2010 at 9:32 am. From 66.219.11.x Report Abuse
Use phone cam occasionally to catch something I want to show to someone ... I don't have capability to send pics (won't pay for it). If I did, I might use phone cam more .. but it would never replace my camera!!!
Posted by Peggy December 8, 2010 at 9:20 am. From 173.5.236.x Report Abuse
Since I've gotten my camera...it's been the other way around! My camera has pretty much replaced my camera phone...unless I don't have my camera with me!
Posted by Erica December 8, 2010 at 9:06 am. From 67.238.28.x Report Abuse
If I dont ahve my DSLRI, then I'll use my phone... which has great quality....even can take GREAT macro shots.... But I still prefer the quality of my nikon d3000. haha
Posted by Raphael December 8, 2010 at 9:04 am. From 166.137.139.x Report Abuse
Although I do not bring my Sony DSCT500 on a daily basis owing to the fact that my iPhone 4 sometimes come in handy, I would still prefer a point and shoot camera. Unless a pocketable camera first with cellphone capabiilities comes out in the market.
Posted by Sean December 8, 2010 at 9:02 am. From 166.137.8.x Report Abuse
My wifes iPhone 4 replaced her Sony Cybershot point and shoot but I do have a Nikon D90 for taking most of our pictures.
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