What Is The Best Digital Camera For Teenager That They’ll Love?

When it comes to cameras, getting one that works for a teenager can be hard. You don’t want to get them something that is bad, but you also don’t really want to get them something super high-end, especially if they just have an interest in photography, and aren’t sure about it yet. So what are the best ones for teenagers? Well, read on to find out the best ones that you know they’ll love.

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With a camera for a teen, you’re looking for one that’s not too expensive. After all, they don’t need a 1000+ dollar camera, but they should have something that fits their needs, and one that shoots the types of pics that they like. The cameras here vary in range of skills and styles, and in terms of functions as well, so there is a little something for everyone.

 

Olympus TG-5

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The Olympus TG Touch cameras are super popular because they have a bright lens, good macro mode, and they are now waterproof, have a good lens, can shoot in raw, and they also have new sensors, models, and even a compass, manometer, a temperature sensor, and so much more. This camera gets you some crisp details, and you can even use your smartphone to create overlays and graphics in a format that’s super easy to use. It also has a zero-lag capture mode that uses a shudder to record after the shot, which is perfect for if you’re considering doing action shots. It’s a popular choice if you want a camera that’s small, and has so many capabilities. Plus, for the price that it is, you’re getting a really nice camera that has so many different and amazing functions.

 

Nikon CoolPix

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The Nikon Coolpix camera is a great one for teens. It is a point and shoot camera that allows you to edit pictures easily. You can upload these to social media, or save for memories. It can record videos up to 720p with sound, and it also has a function that reduces vibration so your photos aren’t blurry. It’s really good as an everyday camera, and once you get used to it, teens can literally just take it with them wherever they go. It’s a bestselling camera for a good reason, though it does use AA batteries, unlike other cameras that tend to wireless charge.

 

Canon EOS Rebel T6

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This is a DSLR that’s cheaper than other options, but it’s perfect for teens for a good reason. It records full HD at 30 FPS and 1080p, and it is great if your child is thinking of going into photography or even journalism since it’s a good one to start out with. This is a camera for learning on, and while it’s not as easy as a mere point and shoot, it’s got the settings that you want, and it takes some pretty awesome pictures. You can get it in package deals, and many times, even just finding them refurbished is good. I suggest getting this one if you know that your teen is passionate about photography but doesn’t know how to get into it.

 

Sony DSCW800 B 20.1

This is another camera your teen will enjoy. It is a Sony camera, so it’s got power, and ease of use. It’s got a 20 MP sensor that gives great shots, nice detail, contrast, and also some saturation that looks beautiful and can be done easily. The teen can go with either a 5x or a 10X digital zooming capability with the ZEISS lens. It does sound complicated, but the nice thing about this one is that the menu is simplified so the photo modes are easy to establish, so the teen can click and shoot the pictures they want, and there are even guides to help with exploring the features. It does feel like a professional camera, and for a fraction of the price what you’d pay for an actual professional camera, this is certainly one that teens and parents will enjoy.

 

Nikon D3400

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If you’re willing to spend a little bit more on a DSLR camera, this is definitely one that’s right for you, and it’s perfect if you’ve got a teen that really wants to learn photography. The 3400 does have a 24.2 MP and an 18-55 mm lens that contains autofocus that gives the pictures both detail and some serious clarity, which makes it perfect for fast action or even lower lighting in terms of images. There is 1080/60 p Full HD video included too, and that is something your child will love, and they can even utilize the time-lapse or even the slow-motion capabilities of this. You don’t need to even worry about uploading photos, since it’s got SnapBridge that transfers the photos to the tablet or smartphone, and it also works with Nikon Image Space, which allows for everything to be on cloud storage.

 

Crosstour underwater Action Camera

Finally, there is this camera, which is a waterproof action camera, and it allows you to take cool pictures while in action, whether it be canoeing, snorkeling, rock climbing, or whatever, and since it’s waterproof it can come with you. It also comes with a variety of mounts and stands to attach to just about everything, and a wrist-mounted controller that can use wifi. It’s a great video camera if your teen does sports since it can be used for many things.

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These cameras are perfect for teens, and while some of them are a little bit on the pricier side, you’ll be able to easily create some great images and show them off, and if you have a teen that’s got a knack for photography, consider using one of these. They’re pretty simple to utilize, and ultimately very effective, and you can with all of these, create some amazing action shots, among other things that your teen will love to show off and love, and various aspects they will love to master as well too.

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