That's not surprising. It happens with regularity in my company. QA often reports errors by taking snapshots of the error screen/kernel panic with a reasonably high megapixel camera, since the errors are often screen corruption and kernel panics. IMHO it's a perfectly legit thing to do, taking camera shots, they just need to have enough details so that us devs don't go blind trying to spot the details.
I agree. I took Prof. Yale Patt's architecture courses in the University, and there are few people who teach better. I just hope he finally takes time out to finish that senior-level computer architecture book.