You should put together a small show, 20 or 30 slides, using your camera photos and see if it's up to the standards you'd like for your shows. Or, take the Nikon and your phone and shoot a variety of photos, indoor, outdoor, action, shooting side by side shots under controlled conditions. That should give you an idea of how they stack up against one another.
I've done several shows like this, mostly about my travels abroad, and I was pretty happy with them.
I wouldn't venture on weddings or celebrations , but all the rest are perfectly acceptable.
Try to shoot more horizontal pictures than vertical ones, so that you can fill the page in your show, and don't take vertical video clips. Those look awful on a wide screen, in my opinion.
In any case, people who are good with cameras, and know how to take pictures, are also good with their cellphones
My son takes many photo with his smartphone when trekking in the mountains and then I make shows.
He has a smartphone with a good camera inside it and takes photo with the highest quality offered by it. Then the quality is good for a show.
Last time a friend also sent his smartphone photos : the quality was a bit lower.
Then it depends the smartphone camera quality and the parameters choosen by the owner...
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