A few years back, the contract photographer our department would use for editorial shoots, had a Nikon mount 760D, that was put out by Kodak. This camera was only 6MP and you never wanted to change the ISO past 70, because you would get all black in the shadows, however it had a CCD sensor, which yielded beautiful colors. Later he upgraded to the Kodak 14n, which was the very last PRO caliber DSLR would ever make. I believe the body itself was over $5,000, and one of the only full-frame cameras of its times. So, about 10-years ago, he would have been using it. The leaps of growth for cameras on cellphones is amazing and has me wondering, how could an entry-level or mid-range DSLR ever keep up with the big strides in pocket technology? I have been using my Iphone 6+ for a few months and love what I am able to produce with it, and I am hoping to upgrade to the 7+ for the same reason. So, my question is, how much better is the iphone7 camera when compared to the iphone6? Specs don't mean much to me, I am curious to know if it actually performs better, or is it the same but with larger output?