Vloggers and kids will love this camera that shoots 1080P video and 44 P pictures with 16x digital zoom.
The onboard microphone captures high-quality audio. There's a handy pause function while shooting videos, selfie mode, and a self-timer. It tracks faces and captures vibrant colors around them. A great small camera for parents' photography but suitable for kids as well.
No optical zoom on this model.
An impressively powerful camera that packs a 4 MP, 4K video punch for kids, teens, and adults.
You'll be floored by how well this affordable camera snaps pictures. It comes equipped with fun photography functions like self-shooting, burst, self-timer, and more. The camera reaches up to 16x digital zoom. Great for vlogging and road trips.
No optical zoom.
This pick is waterproof for taking photos while snorkeling, poolside, or hiking up a waterfall.
Lightweight, durable, easy-to-use. Dual screens on the front and back for selfies. Simple straightforward menu buttons. Waterproof up to 10 feet. Takes 48MP photos. Supports recording while charging. Perfect for capturing outdoor shots.
Feels cheap and the photo quality isn't top-notch.
This small, affordable camera takes beautiful pictures for kids getting into photography and adults as well.
The PixPro has 4x optical zoom, image stabilization, and a 16MP CMOS sensor for impressive HD video and high-quality pictures. It's equipped with a 27MM wide-angle lens and a 2.7" LCD screen to see your work.
No SD card included in the box.
Might not compete with heavy hitters, but kids will love a design made just for their photography.
The 1080P IPS screen is perfect for kids, allowing them to see what they shoot. It takes pictures and videos with up to 4x digital zoom. It's made of eco-friendly soft silicone and other non-toxic materials. People love the kid-friendly interface and layout.
Great for kids, but adults will likely want something with better picture quality.
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Sub-$100 digital cameras can’t compete with more expensive options in terms of features and size of prints, but you’ll be surprised at what they can deliver. When examining a camera in this category, first find out how large its pictures are, and the resolution of video if it offers. Look into whether the batteries are rechargeable, and if so, how long does a charge last? Examine ease of use, how compact the camera is, and what kind of software ships with it to manage and edit photos. Does it offer features like face detection, anti-shake, or waterproofing? What shooting modes does it offer, and can you expand the storage with an SD card?
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