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Best digital camera for an oap

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
I am thinking of getting A digi camera for my nan and it needs to be easy to use (bascially point and snap) and under £50-£60. Spec wise im not fussed as long as it takes decent pics :~)

Ta, btw im not sure what forum this should go in but meh!
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
I found the Kodak cameras good as the screen tells you what each mode is for with a small text description for each, might be worth a look. I bought a C series for my folks and they really like it for ease of use.

Also try asking in this thread for some advice, lots of helpful people in there: http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=107205&page=200
#2
The top three on the following page should all be suitable for your needs. The Kodak one which is third down is from the series that BJM is referring to.

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/-/257/337/3-/RegionHome.html?searchtype=genre

The Polaroid ahas very good specs but I can't speak for the quality, same as the GE.

Try googling for reviews using the the product description. ie. "Review for Polaroid M737t 7.0 Megapixel Digital Camera"

Hope that helps.
#3
Yes, make sure it's nice and simple for an OAP!!! :giggle::giggle:
#4
lol i read OAP as ape :-D
#5
dandoc2
lol i read OAP as ape :-D

that's more than dyslexic:whistling:
#6
Get her a camera with a viewfinder as that is what she would have been used to using.
#7
if she has problems with a camera how will she use a pc to print the photos
#8
ding
if she has problems with a camera how will she use a pc to print the photos

She will send the card off
#9
cheers for all u rhelp! i will get a kodak then!
#10
I may be too late but I bought a vivitar from superdrug which is so simple to use it had video as well and only cost £35 including a sd card:thumbsup:

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