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Finding the best camera for kids is difficult. Some are just starting in photography. Others are more skilled and they prefer a professional DSLR over a traditional kids camera.

We’ve put together a list of the best 20 kids cameras, from simple to advanced.

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How to Choose a Camera for a Kid?

The most important thing to consider is age. A kid prefers different gadgets at different ages.

Younger kids will enjoy shooting with easy-to-use and durable cameras. For them, photography is more like a game and cameras are like toys. Luckily there are toy-like cameras that actually function and can take pictures.

But later, they can find the artistic and technical side of photography more interesting. They might care about video resolution, zoom range or even want to take for example time-lapse videos.

They can become interested in film cameras and other analogue products.

Also, a child has different interests and hobbies through different ages. They might use these cameras to document their favourite sport or places. Keep in mind these and choose waterproof or shock-resistant products if they might need that.

Scroll through our suggestions and find the one camera that fits the best the needs of the child you are buying for!

20. Oaxis myFirst Camera

  • Type: Compact
  • Age: From 3 year
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution: 5 Megapixels
  • Video: Yes
  • LCD:  1.5″, colour
  • Zoom: –
  • Power: 1000mAh, USB rechargeable
  • Colours: Blue, Pink

This point-and-shoot camera is a cheap but excellent choice for small children. It’s so tiny that it easily fits in the small hands of your child.

It looks fun and can be customised by decorating with stickers. Also, it has digital picture frames with numerous designs to choose from.

It’s also lightweight (only 2.3oz/65g) so it’s a portable and fun tool that even serves the learning of children.

Besides looking fun and being portable, this digital camera offers relatively high-quality images. It captures 5MP images and then transfers them via MicroSD card. It can operate with a MicroSD up to 32GB.

You can charge it through a USB cable, and its battery capacity is 1000mAH. It can be used for quite long before having to be charged again.

It comes with a neck lanyard, a micro USB charging cable, a Micro SD card adapter and the above-mentioned stickers.

This gadget is not only a good option for photography, but it can make videos as well. It looks like a toy camera but it really is a learning tool!

19. Vtech Kidizoom Duo 5MP


  • Type: Compact
  • Age: Older toddlers and pre-schoolers
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution: 5 Megapixels (front)
  • Video: Yes
  • LCD: 2.4”, colour
  • Zoom: 4x (digital)
  • Power: 4 AA batteries
  • Colors: Blue, Pink

Arguably the best camera to introduce toddlers and pre-schoolers to photography. This camera is the evolution of the highly successful Kidizoom Duo. It originally had a limited image resolution of 1.3 megapixels.

The camera’s ergonomics are adapted to young children. It has large handles, offering a firm and easy grip. The buttons are easy to operate. And it comes with two viewfinders. Kids can aim using both eyes.

The camera has integrated flash, self-timer mode, and a rear VGA camera. The latter makes it easier to take selfies. The camera software allows you to apply many funny effects on the images (such as warp) and frames.

Five games using motion control are included in the camera’s software. There’s even parent control to limit playtime.

With the Kidizoom, you can also shoot short videos and clips. Image quality is not that important on this kind of camera. If conditions are right, images can come out sharp and of decent quality.

The built-in 256MB memory means up to 1500 photos or 9 minutes of video. Memory can be expanded with micro SD cards (up to 32GB).

Finally, the Kidizoom can be used as an MP3 player. The Delux version comes with its own set of headphones.

All in all, it’s a great camera to keep young children interested in exploring the world through photography, while having fun.

18. OurLife Kids Camera

OurLife Kids Camera

  • Type: Compact
  • Age: 4-12
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution: 8 Megapixels
  • Video: Full HD 1080p 30 fps
  • LCD: 2.4”, colour
  • Zoom: –
  • Power: Li-Ion battery
  • Colours: Blue, Pink

The OurLife Kids Action Camera is a great gift for adventurous kids. A great plus for this camera is that it comes with a waterproof case up to 30 meters, or 100 feet. It’s the kids’ ideal companion while at the beach, snorkelling or kayaking.

For the little ones, the camera can be placed in a silicon case with generous handles, for easy grip and use.

The lens rotates in 180 degrees. The same 8 megapixels camera can be used for taking selfies. The camera also offers fill lights, 5s and 10s self-timer, continuous shooting mode, face detection, and strong light suppression mode. This mode is great to create more balanced images, even in very bright conditions.

Videos are in Full HD 1080p 30 frames per second. You can record continuously for up to 2 hours.

Images and videos can be reviewed on the 2.4”, colour, LCD screen. You can customize images and videos on the fly thanks to 12 photo frame effects and 7 video filters.

17. OurLife Kids Waterproof Action Camera And Video Recorder

OurLife Kids Waterproof Action Camera And Video Recorder - best cameras for kids

  • Type: Compact
  • Age: 4-12
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution: 5 Megapixels
  • Video: HD 1280×720 30 fps
  • LCD: 1.77”, colour
  • Zoom: –
  • Power: Li-Ion battery
  • Colours: Blue, Navy Blue, Pink

This action cam follows the GoPro style, with its square shape and waterproof case. The case, rated IP68, is waterproof down to 33 meters.

Easy to use, it can record HD videos and shoot stills with a 5 megapixels resolution (2592×1944). It has a built-in microphone and supports microSD cards up to 32 GB.

The 1.77” LCD screen is smaller than that on the OurLife Kids Camera. But it is enough to review your photos and videos. 7 built-in video effects and 6 picture frames are also available.

The camera is powered by a Li-ion battery capable of 1.5 hours of continuous video recording.

The gadget comes with a neck strap and mounting kits for bicycles and helmets. It’s a great first action cam for your kids’ adventures.

16. Joytrip Kids Camera

Joytrip Kids Camera

  • Type: Compact
  • Age: 4-12
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution: 8 Megapixels
  • Video: FHD 1080p 30 fps
  • LCD: 2.3”, colour
  • Zoom: 4x (digital)
  • Power: Li-Ion battery
  • Colours: Blue/Yellow and Pink/Yellow

The Joytrip camera is very simple, and its design mimics a real camera. It’s made of soft silicone. This makes it shockproof and provides a secure and comfortable grip. The large buttons are easy to operate.

The front camera has a resolution of 8 megapixels and Full HD video capabilities. There is a dedicated 8MP camera at the back for selfies.

Framing and image/video review are possible on the large 2.3” colour LCD screen on the back. No flash is available.

The 1000mAh rechargeable Li-Ion battery ensures enough power for shooting up to 6 hours. Images are saved on a microSD card.

The camera offers automatic facial recognition and smile detection. There is also a self-timer, consecutive shooting mode (up to three photos) and it offers 4 filters and 21 photo frames to choose from.

15. Kidwell Kids Camera

Kidwell Kids Camera

  • Type: Compact
  • Age: 3-12
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution: 8 Megapixels
  • Video: 702p 30 fps
  • LCD: 2.8” touch screen
  • Zoom: 4x digital
  • Power: Li-Ion, USB rechargeable
  • Colours: White/Blue and White/Pink.

The Kidwell Kids camera is a great gift for children at ages from 3 to 12. Easy to use, this gadget has a number of interesting features, aside from photo and video recording.

On the Kids Camera, you can find a large 2.8” LCD touch screen, a burst shooting mode, time-lapse shooting, self-timer, a flashlight, and 4X digital zoom.

There is a dedicated rear camera for selfies. Your child can quickly activate it by pressing the switch button on the back of the camera.

The camera comes with 29 built-in funny frames, 2 colour filters, 8 scene selections, and much more.

With an OTG cable and android smartphone, your kid can share the photos on Facebook or Instagram.

Battery life is enough to ensure taking photos or video for 2-3 hours. Photos and videos are saved on a microSD card.

14. Polaroid Now

Polaroid Now

  • Type: Compact
  • Age: From young teens to adults
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution:-
  • Video: –
  • LCD: –
  • Zoom: –
  • Power: Built-in rechargeable battery
  • Colours: Black, Blue, Green, Yellow, White, Red and Orange

These Polaroid cameras are an evolution from the 70’s original Polaroid OneStep series.

It works with i-Type and 600 films.

It is able to make double exposures with its built-in feature. You can get two frames in one photograph. This makes this camera even better for artistic purposes.

This gadget has an autofocus system via 2 fixed focus zones 0.55m-1.3m, 0.6m-infinity. You can easily find focus with it and have sharp images as a result.

A self-timer makes it easy to take selfies. As the camera itself is stable if placed somewhere, you don’t have to bother about finding a way to stabilise it.

Its built-in rechargeable battery and USB charging cable save you from having to carry extra batteries with you.

Just like every instant cameras, this one is fun to use. Mostly an older child is going to enjoy it as little ones tend to prefer shooting without counting the frames. They are going to run out of films soon.

13. Olympus Tough TG-6

Olympus Tough TG-6

  • Type: Pro Waterproof Compact Camera
  • Age: Older kids and teens
  • Sensor: 1/2.3”
  • Resolution: 12 Megapixels
  • Video: 4K Ultra HD
  • LCD: 3” colour
  • Zoom: 5x optical
  • Lens: 25-100mm f/2.0-4.9
  • Power: Rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack.
  • Colours: Black, Red

The Olympus Tough TG-6 is the latest improvement of the Olympus Tough series of rugged cameras for extreme adventures.

Waterproof to 15m, shockproof from 2.1m, crushproof to 100kg, dustproof and freezeproof to -10ºC, this camera will follow you everywhere.

The camera offers a good focal length range, from 25 to 100mm, and max apertures from f/2 to 4.9. Optical stabilization ensures motion free photos and videos.

The camera offers many automatic modes. Including a selectable underwater white balance mode, live composite,  9 artistic effects, microscope modes and even focus stacking. Burst speed is good, being up to 10 fps.

The TG-6 offers Wi-FI connectivity and includes GPS, compass, manometer, and temperature sensors.

12. Lomography Konstruktor F

Lomography Konstruktor F

  • Type: Compact
  • Age: teens
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution: –
  • Video: –
  • LCD: –
  • Zoom: –
  • Power: No battery needed
  • Colours: Black

The best camera for kids who love tinkering!

This gadget comes in pieces and the user has to build it. Maybe it’s going to be you who makes it for younger kids, but teens are going to love making it.

It’s an analogue camera and you’ll have to buy a 35mm film for it. But it doesn’t need a battery as it works fully mechanically.

It has a 50mm fixed aperture (f/10) detachable lens and it operates with zone focusing.

It also allows manual exposure control and manual focus. This requires some technical knowledge. The perfect tool for a child who would like to learn how to set cameras correctly.

The camera is plastic and it is not so hard to build. But then the kid (or even an adult, of course) can use it diversely.

It comes with sticker sets so the exterior can be customised. It also has a tripod mount so you can easily stabilise it.

11. Canon Ivy Cliq / Zoemini C

Canon Ivy Cliq / Zoemini C

  • Type: Compact
  • Age: Teens
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution: 5MP
  • Video: –
  • LCD: –
  • Zoom: –
  • Power: Built-in rechargeable lithium-polymer battery, 700mAh
  • Colours: Bumble Bee Yellow, Mint Green, Seaside Blue and Bubble Gum Pink (all of them with white)

An instant camera printer that allows the users to capture and print from the same device. It is a 5-megapixel camera with a Micro SD card slot.

Also, it can print the captured images on a ZINK paper which is layered with micro-crystals that react to heat. It produces a tear-proof and water-resistant image without using any ink.

You can even buy sticky printing paper, so you can immediately stick your shots wherever you like. You can buy paper in bulks but the camera has a 10-sheet-capacity.

The camera itself is lightweight, with its 170g. It’s small too, so its size makes it portable.

It produces 5MP images with 314x500dpi resolution. You can change the aspect ratio between 2×2″ and 2×3″. If you choose a square format, it’s going to print it in the middle of the sheet. So you don’t have to buy different papers.

It comes with a USB cable, a pack of photo paper and a wrist strap.

This gadget is a good option for creative kids who likes fun cameras! They are going to love the fact that it’s a digital and an instant camera in the same body.

10. Fujifilm Instax Mini 11

Fujifilm Instax Mini 11

  • Type: Compact
  • Age: From young teens to adults
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution:-
  • Video: –
  • LCD: –
  • Zoom: –
  • Power: 2 disposable AA batteries
  • Colours: Blush Pink, Sky Blue, Charcoal Gray, Ice White and Lilac Purple

This Fujifilm camera has the appeal of old Polaroid cameras and is great for older children and teens. There is no digital sensor. You shoot on self-developing paper, instead.

The paper is ejected a few moments after taking the photo and self-develop before your eyes within a couple of minutes. The Instax Mini 11 produces instant prints that are the size of a business card. The actual image is a bit smaller. This will leave some room available on one side for writing a note or caption.

Instax Mini film has a sensitivity of 800 ISO and is available both in colour and black and white cartridges.

The camera is very easy to use. The programmed shutter speed is 1/2 to 1/250 sec. The automatic exposure function optimises the shutter speed and flash output according to the lighting conditions.

The Fuji Instax 11 is not the cheapest camera to run, due to the cost of the self-developing photo paper. It’s about 40$ for a set of three packs of 20 sheets each.

This makes the camera less interesting for very young children, as they shoot everything. Older children, teens, and adults can take advantage of the limits to focus on the artistic aspect of photography.

9. Kodak Printomatic

Kodak Printomatic camera for kids

  • Type: Point&Shoot
  • Age: From pre-teens to adults
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution: 10 Megapixels
  • Video: –
  • LCD: –
  • Zoom: –
  • Power: 2 disposable AA batteries,
  • Colours: Black, Grey, Blue, Pink, Green, and Yellow.

The Kodak Printomatic is a great alternative to the Fujifilm Instax Mini 11. While they share the same Polaroid concept, this Kodak is more versatile.

For a start, it comes with a digital sensor of 10 megapixels and a fast f/2 8mm lens. Next, the photos are printed on the fly on self-developing paper but also saved on a microSD card.

Because of the possibility to save the images on a microSD card, the camera can be used as a classic point and shoot camera, without the need to use the paper cartridge. This makes the camera suitable for younger children without increasing the running costs.

The paper cartridges are available in colour or black and white, delivering high quality 2×3” prints. Prints also have adhesive backs so that you can easily stick them around and create creative photo displays. Running costs are lower than those for the Fuji Instax. 50 sheets cost about 22$.

While it is great fun and easy to use, the camera doesn’t have many controls to play with. In low light, a sensor will automatically activate the flash.

The camera is also compact and can fit easily in your pockets.

8. Nikon Coolpix W150

Nikon Coolpix W150 kids camera

  • Type: Waterproof Compact Camera
  • Age: Older kids and teens
  • Sensor: 1/2.3”
  • Resolution: 13 Megapixels
  • Video: HD 1080p 30 fps
  • LCD: 2.7” colour
  • Zoom: 3x optical
  • Lens: 30-90mm f/3.3-5.9
  • Power: Rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack.
  • Colours: Black, White, Pink, Yellow

The Coolpix W150 upgrades the older Coolpix W100, and it is a budget-friendly, easy to use waterproof camera. It’s perfect for families’ activities and adventurous kids. A compact, rounded design makes it easy to handle for both children and adults alike.

The addition of new colours and patterns to the camera body will make using this camera even more appealing for kids.

The camera has a 3x optical zoom lens, covering a decent 30-90 mm range, with variable f/3.3-5.9 aperture. Given the adventurous ambitions of this camera, it is a pity it can’t shoot wider than 30mm, to capture grand landscape views. It also lacks optical stabilization.

Image quality is good. Even if the continuous shooting is not the fastest out there (5fps), it has all the functions you would expect from a good point and shoot camera.

With the Nikon W150, you can save your photo in JPEG format only, with the typical quality settings.

A great plus of the Coolpix W150 is its Bluetooth capabilities, allowing to easily transfer images from the camera to a smartphone, for easy sharing on Facebook and Instagram.

For younger children, it is worth to note that the camera can bark like a dog or tweet like a bird when you press the shutter.

Because the improvements over the W100 are not groundbreaking, you can consider saving some money opting for the older model.

7. Fujifilm FinePix 140

Fujifilm FinePix 140

  • Type: Waterproof Compact Camera
  • Age: Older kids and teens
  • Sensor: 1/2.3”
  • Resolution: 16.4 Megapixels
  • Video: 4K, full HD 1920x1080p 30 fps
  • LCD: 2.7”, colour
  • Zoom: 5x optical
  • Lens: 28-140mm f/3.9-4.9
  • Power: Rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack.
  • Colours: Black, Blue, Yellow

The Finepix XP140 point-and-shoot is the latest model in the XP Series of Fuji rugged cameras. Waterproof to 82 ft., shockproof up to 5.9 ft., freezeproof to 14ºF and dustproof, this will follow your kids everywhere.

In the world of the entry-level, rugged camera, the XP140 is a direct competitor of the Nikon W150.

The 28-140mm f/3.9-4.9 covers a greater range of focal lengths, starting from a classic 28mm wide setting. It has a 16.4-megapixel back-illuminated sensor and features optical stabilization.

Smile detection will allow you to snap a photo automatically and continuous shooting can arrive at 15 fps so that you will not miss any of the action.

In addition to these features, the FinePix XP140 includes Bluetooth capability, not only to transfer your photo on your smartphone easily but also to remotely control the camera with the FujiFilm Camera Remote app.

As for the Nikon W150, images are only recorded in JPEG format.

6. GoPro Hero9 Black

GoPro Hero9 Black kids camera

  • Type: Pro Waterproof  Video Camera
  • Age: Older kids and teens
  • Sensor: –
  • Resolution: 20 Megapixels
  • Video: 5K, 4K, 2.7K, 1440p and 1080p
  • LCD: Touch Screen, colour
  • Zoom: –
  • Lens: –
  • Power: Rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack
  • Colours: Black

GoPros are the most famous action cams out there. Light and compacts, the GoPro cameras are the perfect companion for every kind of adventure and activities. From riding a bike to sky diving or bike racing, you can take them anywhere.

The Hero 9 Black is waterproof to 33ft without housing. It features a touch screen and 5K 30 fps, 4K 60fps Ultra HD video recording. Also, it works with voice control to activate the camera if your hands are busy.

The hyper smooth video stabilization also increases video quality. Another nice feature is the 8x Slo-Mo video, for incredible action footage.

This digital camera is not only perfect for videos, but it also offers high-quality images.

With Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, you can live stream directly on Facebook using your smartphone.

As usual for the GoPro action cameras, you can mount the Hero9 almost anywhere securely.

5. Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT30

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT30

  • Type: Waterproof Compact Camera
  • Age: Older kids and teens
  • Sensor: 1/2.33-type CCD Sensor
  • Resolution: 16.1 Megapixels
  • Video: HD video
  • LCD: 2.7″, colour
  • Zoom: 4x Optical Zoom
  • Lens: –
  • Power: Rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack
  • Colours: Black, Blue, Red and Orange

This point-and-shoot is one of the best cameras for kids who love swimming and being new to the water.

It’s waterproof down to 8m/26ft, shockproof up to 1.5m/5ft and freezeproof down to -10°C/14°F. It’s great for those who have problems with taking care of their stuff.

It’s small and lightweight (144g/0.32lb) so it’s portable and your kid can take it anywhere.

With its 16.1 Megapixel camera, 4x optical zoom, and MEGA O.I.S. image stabiliser, it has a nice photo quality.

It records HD videos, so it’s perfect for fun underwater videos.

It has a built-in memory, and you can use it with SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, and SDXC Memory Card.

It’s easy for kids to use. Active kids who like hiking or doing extreme sports are going to love to take pictures with it. But it’s also great for artistic purposes for those who like experimenting.

4. Nikon D3500

Nikon D3500

  • Type: DSLR Camera
  • Age: Teens and adults
  • Sensor: DX (Crop sensor)
  • Resolution: 24.2 Megapixels
  • Video: Full HD 1,920×1,080 / 60 fps
  • LCD: 3″
  • Zoom: –
  • Lens: Nikon F bayonet mount
  • Power: EN-EL14a Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • Colours: Black

The Nikon D3500 is one of the best cameras for kids who would like to learn to take professional photos.

It’s an entry-level camera that can be used as a point-and-shoot with its fully automatic modes. But it also offers the possibility of learning to set the exposure manually.

With its 24.2MP and the ability to shoot in RAW (NEF), it provides great image quality. And the fast 11 autofocus points just adds to this.

Its video resolution is also quite satisfying as it allows you to capture 1080/60p Full HD videos.

The D3500 is also great for capturing action as it can take 5 frames per second.

Of course, it comes with a rechargeable battery that can be used for 1,550 shots per charge.

It’s light and compact, so it’s ideal for travel. You can even connect it to your smartphone!

All of its features make it a youthful and fun camera. It’s a DSLR which means that’s it works with professional technology, but it’s still ideal to be someone’s first camera.

3. Canon EOS 250D / Rebel SL3

Canon EOS 250D / Rebel SL3

  • Type: DSLR Camera
  • Age: teens
  • Sensor: APS-C
  • Resolution: 24.1 Megapixels
  • Video: 4K
  • LCD: 3″ vary-angle touch screen
  • Zoom: –
  • Lens:  Canon EF-S Mount
  • Power: Rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack.
  • Colors: Black, White

With this entry-level Canon EOS camera, teens can really enjoy learning about photography or improving their skills.

The camera has a lot to offer in a relatively small and light package. A modern DIGIC 8 CMOS, APS-C sensor of 24.1MP, 9 points AF system, 5fps continuous shooting; and microphone input for videography.

The 250D also comes with built-in Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth and HDMI connectivity. It is often sold in a bundle with the classic 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens. A perfect combination for photography enthusiasts.

The sensor performs well, and image quality is where you would expect to be on an entry-level Canon DSLR camera. It’s really good in everyday light conditions and situations.

A pop-up flash, tiltable LCD screen with live view capability, and an optical viewfinder are also present.

2. Fujifilm X-A7

Fujifilm X-A7

  • Type: Mirrorless Digital Camera
  • Age: Teens
  • Sensor: APS-C
  • Resolution: 24.2 Megapixels
  • Video: 4K
  • LCD: 3.5inch”, vary-angle touchscreen
  • Zoom: –
  • Lens:  Fujifilm X mount
  • Power: Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery (NP-W126S)
  • Colours: Black, Green, Brown and Black-Silver

The Fujifilm X-A7 is a nice and portable camera for kids who love taking photos of everything and everyone around them.

It’s a 24.2MP camera and it’s able to shoot in RAW. The image quality is perfect, and the same can be said about its 4K videos.

It has a built-in flash and of course, a rechargeable battery. Its vary-angle touchscreen can basically turn it into a selfie camera.

It also comes with a fun “Film Simulation” mode, where you can choose from 11 different types. You can select your favourite colour on the LCD, and you can even check the differences while using the live view.

Besides this, it comes with advanced filters such as miniature, pop colour, high-key, low-key or fish-eye. But you can also choose the fog remover or the HDR art filter.

This one is perfect as a first camera for learning to photograph more seriously. But there is a high chance that the whole family is going to have fun while playing with its fun features.

1. Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV

  • Type: Mirrorless Camera
  • Age: teens
  • Sensor: Micro Four Thirds
  • Resolution: 20.3 Megapixels
  • Video: 4K
  • LCD: 3″ tiltable touch screen
  • Zoom: –
  • Lens:  –
  • Power: Rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack
  • Colours: Black, Silver

The E-M10 Mark IV is the latest improvement on the entry-level line of Olympus OM-D cameras. This mirrorless camera is light and compact. The micro four-thirds sensor allows Olympus to keep the lens size very small. This makes the camera very portable, ideal for travel and landscape photography.

Image quality is excellent, even with the usual 14-42mm kit lens.

The camera features an in-camera 5-axis image stabilization, 4K video, tiltable touch screen with touch-to-focus and touch-to-shoot function, 15 art filters, and different shooting modes. Continuous shooting speed is up to 8.7 fps, the selectable AF points are 121, and it has built-in pop-up flash and Wi-Fi connectivity.

The EM-10 has a very sharp and responsive 2.36M dot OLED electronic viewfinder.

The great plus of using a mirrorless camera compared to a classic DSLR is that the camera lets you see in real-time how your settings affect the scene you want to photograph. It’s an invaluable tool to learn your way in photography.

a little boy taking photos with a minolta camera


If you are looking for cameras to a child, you can surely find something among these items in our list.

Cameras are great gifts as they teach kids to see the world from different perspectives. Photography can make them creative and it can be a way children express themselves. It’s a great tool for learning about art, light, and generally their surroundings.

Keep in mind our tips and choose the most suitable camera for the child you are going to surprise.

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