Heading in search of the perfect camera?
Stop your search here.
The age and skill level will affect what kind you buy, but the first things to consider are color choice for toddlers versus older kids or adults- bright shades work best with young ones while more intricate graphics may not interest them as much.
Beyond that there’s also whether this is a holiday souvenir snapshot taken by parents on vacation (easy enough) or if they’re using it at school – then look into technology such as tablet computers instead!
We bring to you a list of the best 3 cameras for kids below:
1- VTech KidiZoom Duo 5.0
Type: Compact Sensor: 1/2.3in Megapixels: 5MP Lens: Fixed (4x digital zoom) LCD: 2.4in Max video resolution: 320×240 pixels Color options: Blue or pink User level: Age 3+
VTech’s digital camera is a fun and easy-to-use device for children. With bright colors, oversized buttons that are large enough even adults can press with ease, and grip handles on either side of the lens (to keep little hands from slipping) this product makes capturing memories an absolute breeze!
VTech KidiZoom Duo 5.0
2- Oaxis myFirst Camera 2
Type: Compact Sensor: not stated Megapixels: 8MP Lens: Fixed LCD: 2in Max video resolution: 320×240 pixels Color options: Blue or pink User level: Age 4+
This camera is the perfect size for kids aged 4 to 8. With an 8-megapixel sensor, it still provides videos in low resolution but with higher quality than you would expect from its 1MP front-facing camera! It has many other cool features including waterproof housing which allows your child to take pictures or video underwater up 3 meters deep without any worry of damage caused by water exposure.
Oaxis myFirst Camera 2
3- Polaroid Now
Type: Instant camera Lens: 94.96 – 102.35mm Viewfinder: Optical Focus modes: Normal, Double Exposure Flash: Built-in Self timer: Yes Color Options: White, black, red, mint, pink, green, orange, yellow, or blue User level: From kids to adults
The Polaroid Now, a new camera from the company that brought us iconic instant film products like One-Step and cameras such as the M1010. This is one of their more recent releases in an ongoing series to bring back some old favorites while incorporating modern features for those who want them… but do they still have what we need?
Yes! Embracing retro cool without sacrificing anything else (like quality), this model offers improved flash performance over its predecessors along with top-notch image stabilization during shooting which makes it easier than ever before possible to get great photos even when your hands are shaky or unsteady on shaky ground.