34 percent of Germans want to replace separate camera with a smartphone




In a survey, 4,000 people were interviewed in the period June to July 2013 on the topic (Smartphone) photography. A trend that increasingly prevails, away from the compact camera – the way to photograph with a smartphone, a result that could testify the study. Also interesting are the partial regional differences.

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– Most people take a month on average 1-50 Photos

– Most respondents (> 90%) to take photos to capture memories (oh what?)

– Most respondents (> 90%) mainly shoot outdoors during the day. 75% of Germans also shooting in low light outdoors.

– In German festivals use their smartphone camera rather than a DSLR or digital point-and-click camera (56%)

– 68% of Germans were already disappointed by the result of a low-light photos.

– German tend to be rather funny things to post online (47%). In comparison, 45% of vacation photos, Pictures 35%, 28% Animal Photos

– A third of surveyed Germans believe that their camera phone will replace a separate camera in the future. (34%)

– German plan in the summer are more likely to use their camera phone, as their digital camera (53% vs. 36%).

– Every third German has ever made a Selfie for Facebook & Co with his camera phone. (36%)

– Every third German has with his camera phone ever made a snapshot of his flock (34%).

– One in ten German has ever photographed a stranger without his knowledge in an embarrassing situation (10%)

– In Italy and the UK, the smartphone camera is preferably used in comparison to DSLR or digital point-and-click camera while out in the evening.

– French rather keep pictures of their children (64%) on their mobile phones on German rather by their partners (55%)

– In Russia, people rather keep pictures of their ex-partners on their phone. In the UK at least. (43% vs. 10%)

And what are actually owners with their Nokia Lumia devices? Since you have your own survey done:


Personally, I could well imagine that the conventional Compact up to 100 euro no longer generates large revenues in the area, but rather because many will fall in this range for smartphone might allow a few more euros on the purchase of a smartphone when the camera is demonstrably is better.

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