Most flip phones have very poor cameras, 3.1mp is the highest I've seen, but most are under 2.0mp.
I've not seen any with a flash. The phone they gave me feels really cheap, sort of like cheap plastic toy, but its super light. It can stick the thing in my shirt pocket and not feel it hanging there or pulling my shirt down around my neck.
I had a smart phone for a short while a few years ago, camera and all, but it got dropped a few times and that was all she wrote.
The things are fragile. The screens are made of glass, they're too big to fit into a shirt pocket, and if you put them in your back pocket they get broken in half when you forget and sit down, or they work their way out when your riding and they bounce down the highway. The flip phone was free, I pay $15/m for unlimited phone service. I don't care about anything else, it does text, but I refuse to use it. The way I see it we got away from the text pager era 30 years ago, why go back. Its far faster to just pick up the phone and call, say what you need to say and hang up. I'm not sitting here pecking away at a phone trying to poke out a message to someone when I can just dial and call them. If they choose not to answer, they can check their voice mail.
I have an old Samsung Galaxy S5 that I'm told is too old to use these days, but its got a decent camera, its what I use to take pics most of the time but I have to remember to take it with me.
I didn't make it back to the flea market this week, I drove by but the place looked pretty much empty so I didn't bother.
The sky looked like it was going to rain and the wind was blowing pretty hard so most people likely just stayed home. The holiday weekend also didn't help turnout there either.
I'm not a fan of any of the newer bikes, some may be okay but I'll stick with the vintage bikes.
I only look at the newer bikes if I think I can get them cheap enough for parts, usually tires, handle bars or saddles.