How to Avoid Obsolescence in Your Digital Camera

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So you want to introduce your kids to technology but don’t want them sorting through your iphone parts or macbook parts? If this is the case it might be a good idea to introduce them to basic digital photography. Or perhaps you’re looking for a new camera that won’t become obsolete within a few years, months or weeks. This article should help you navigate your way through the changing waters of digital photography, and land you on safe shores with what you want for the price you’re willing to pay.

For children, an inexpensive camera is best. For them,it will just be a toy. There are a few companies that offer affordable and tough cameras that are great for introducing children to the idea of photography. Fisher Price has a model that is good for preschoolers and kids that are younger. It has bright colors, big buttons, and a super durable exterior that makes it fun and less fragile. It comes with a small review window, and has big grips. Another option is the Polaroid Pixie, which also comes in bright colors, but sports a larger grip and boasts many games that are built into the camera itself. Ithas the review screen too. Vtech makes yet another option, the Kidzoom. This camera can connect to TVs or computers.

If you’re a digital camera owner, you probably have had an obsolete camera. You intelligently decide on a good camera only to return to the store a few weeks later to find that it is obsolete. The best thing to do in this case is get the beast you can afford for what you want to do with it. Cameras are always going to improve. It is better to be as happy as possible with your purchase than to regret that you didn’t wait. There are many options to consider: focal length, optical zoom, shutter speed, image enhancement via sensors, battery life, etc. One option is buying a high end professional grade camera and taking a long time to familiarize yourself with it. If you do this make sure you will be using all the features you pay for. A camera isn’t everything in photography. Great pictures require the right light and the right composition.

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