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Pros and Cons of digital camera
You'll never have to pay for film or processing again.
It's like a Polaroid on steroids: You can see your captured shot immediately.
From shooting the camera to posting on the Web to generating a print from your ink jet printer-the whole process takes only minutes.
If you don't like the shot you just took, you can instantly erase it and shoot it again.
Some digital cameras allow you to shoot videos or record and play MP3 sound clips, and some double as a Web camera.
Digital cameras cost a lot more than comparable film cameras.
Generally, image quality may not be as good and the size of the enlargements may be limited because of the digital camera's resolution.
There's always a time delay from when you turn the camera on until it's ready, as well as from the instant you press the shutter and the picture is actually captured.
Digital cameras eat batteries, so you'll always be buying or recharging them.
It's difficult to see anything in the LCD viewfinder in bright sunlight.