You only live through your formative months once, and an infant’s parents only have one chance to capture those early days in photographic form. What better present for a new family than a quality digital camera to document that precious first year?
G etting great shots of baby can be tricky, but a camera like the DV300F makes it easy thanks to its dual LCD display and convenient Children mode. With the 1.5” front LCD screen mom and dad can jump in the photo with their little one, ensuring they don’t miss a great picture. When they need the baby to look directly at the camera, Children mode shows a short animation on the front display to attract their attention. This camera can also capture that memorable first word or first step with 720p HD movie recording. When it’s time to show off the pictures and videos, built-in Wi-Fi makes sharing and uploading to social networking sites a snap.
Of course every parent is going to snap a mountain of photographs of their new arrival. But how do you get great pictures without having to sift through hundreds of shots, all of which look awfully similar? Think of your child’s first year as a timeline to illustrate for the future. Start by making a list of the key moments you really want to chronicle. You could include hundreds of items, of course, but here’s a manageable list to get you started:
You’ll undoubtedly experience many more such moments as your child grows up (be sure to take your camera any time baby leaves the house), but having a written checklist of some of the biggest moments to come doesn’t hurt and keeps photo-taking at top of mind. And remember: You can capture these moments with both still photos and video.
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