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Want to introduce your child to photography or just tired of lending them your camera? Either way–given the recent proliferation of kids’ cameras—choosing the right model for your child can be daunting. Follow these tips to choose the one best suited to their needs.
It’s best to wait until your child is at least 3 before giving them a camera.
Here are a few practical features you should make sure your child’s camera has:
Your child should be able to hold the camera with ease and press the trigger by themselves. Consider camera weight and size—younger children may require a two-handed grip.
Children live fast and hard and their toys sometimes pay the price. Their camera should be able to withstand a minimum of bumps, scrapes and drops. If it’s water resistant and dustproof to boot, that’s even better—though such features aren’t essential, unless you’re going on a beach vacation in the near future.
Explain to your child how to view their photos and—for bigger kids— how to connect their camera to a TV or computer.
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