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Daring Fireball: iPhone Models Dominate Flickr’s List of Most Popular Cameras in 2017
Sarah Perez, writing for TechCrunch:
This year, iPhone has scored the majority (54%) of usage on Flickr’s site, up from 47 percent of the top 100 in 2016, and 42 percent the year prior. The iPhone also passed Nikon to score the spot as the second-most popular camera back in 2014.
Nikon was the third most popular brand with 18 percent in 2017, and Canon was number two, responsible for 23 percent of the top 100 devices.
The iPhone is so popular as a camera that its share on Flickr now exceeds all Canon and Nikon cameras combined.
iphone  photography  flickr  daring_fireball  statistics 
january 2018 by rgl7194
50% of All Flickr Photos Are Shot with Smartphones Now -- Mostly iPhones
The rise of smartphone photography just hit another milestone: for the first time in Flickr’s history, half of all photos being uploaded to the photo-sharing service were shot with a smartphone in 2017.
In addition to revealing the most popular photos of 2017, Flickr today also shared its annual review of camera trends across its platform.
Here’s the breakdown of what cameras photographers are using for the photos being uploaded to Flickr...
flickr  photography  statistics  smartphone  iphone 
december 2017 by rgl7194
The iPhone’s 8th Anniversary | Monday Note
by Jean-Louis Gassée
Smartphones existed before Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone on January 9th, 2007. But by upending existing technology platforms,…
iphone  anniversary  statistics  from instapaper
january 2015 by rgl7194
Camera ownership on Flickr: 2013-2014 | Flickr Blog
As has been widely reported over the past few days, we’ve released data for 2013-2014 showing camera ownership trends among Flickr members. With this blog post, we give you more detail about the data and let you parse the minutia. This analysis goes from the period of January 2013 to mid-December 2014. We estimate camera ownership per-week by only counting a camera once per-account, per-week, to compensate for community members uploading different quantities of photos. This analysis offers an estimate of camera ownership by brand and cameras all together, and then looks in detail at mobile cameras, mirrorless and DSLR cameras. Overall, Nikon and Canon steadily held on to their share of cameras on Flickr. What changed was that the big two smartphone camera manufacturers, Apple and Samsung, which moved up the chart. Mid-2014 is where most of the significant changes happened. Kodak dropped from 1.5 percent to off the chart entirely, but the biggest change was in the cameras using the...
flickr  camera  iphone  statistics 
january 2015 by rgl7194

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