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Suggestions for a first camera for baby
[attachment=201 Wrote:An excellent choice for a small child who has a very supportive daddy who is ready to edit his kid's photos. pid='56901' dateline='1682722835']Camera JPG isn't great and even at ISO 100 there's some noise, DXO here transformed things, so  basically you have to shoot in RAW 
left is Camera JPG right DXO edited
Also the camera tends to use really low shutter speeds: plenty of motion blur

I do not think a 2 year old will really look at IQ in as much detail yet as you would, toni-a. For kids it is more about the memories. Only when they start goign to high school or thereabouts they start considering how to get the maximum out of it, so you still have a few years to go. I do speak from experience, BTW Smile.

Kind regards, WIm

You are absolytely right, and he cried when I wanted to  delete a blurry photo he liked.
David is enjoying his camera and he took it with him to the beach, along with his is 5 year old sister they played model and photographer, that was quite funny to watch.

That's David-a a few months ago

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and that's David-a now 

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RE: Suggestions for a first camera for baby - by toni-a - 04-29-2023, 03:25 PM

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