We are in time where technology is a part of just about everything we see. Though we want our kids to be functioning members of society who know what they’re doing with the technology around them, we also don’t want to hand them our phones and cameras only to get them back with drool, snot, and crayons all over them. If you want your little one to to play with a camera, without worry of ruining a several hundred dollar piece of equipment, you may want to look into the Takara Tomy First Digital Camera for toddlers.
This “First Digital Camera” has a 1.44 inch LCD that will let your youngster see the pictures that they have taken. That may sound a little elaborate, but the self timer, and an image sensor of 3 megapixels scoots it over the edge of “too much”. This little device can hold up to 99 photos, but at $110 a pop, money would be better spent on a day to a theme park for the family. It would definitely be interesting to see a day in the life of a toddler, but if it’s going to be that expensive, it’s better to give them a really good memory of something fun, rather than a toy they’re going to get bored with.