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Trendtotting: "Fake" Cameras For Aspiring Photographers

Trendtotting: "Fake" Cameras For Aspiring Photographers

If you're not ready to send your photographer in training into the woods with a children's digital camera you might consider picking him or her up a fake camera — or inexpensive one with limited abilities — so they can play photographer without breaking your coveted cam.

I love the classic low tech appeal of the wooden camera, $26, which lets lil ones see what's on the other side of the lens without filling up a memory card or roll of film. If your snapper is too advanced for a technology free gadget, try an inexpensive, but functioning vintage camera, $12.99.

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PeachyKeen19 PeachyKeen19 7 years
This is a great idea! :)
PeachyKeen19 PeachyKeen19 7 years
This is a great idea! :)
moss1080 moss1080 7 years
The vintage camera would look cute on my book shelf
Merlin713 Merlin713 7 years
I loved cameras when I was little. I had this one that had the film taken out of it, but it still made the noise and had an operating flash. It came with me everywhere.
Pistil Pistil 7 years
I want to play! I think experimenting with limited technology in photography is super fun. I'm sure a kid would like it too.
millarci millarci 7 years
I love the vintage kodak starmite! I would definitely get that for a child. :)
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