Gone are the days when cameras used to look mundane and dull. Cameras were mostly greyish and dark and while they got more and more sophisticated, there was always something wanting in the way they looked. But this is no longer the case. We are in an age where customization is rife and customers want to express their freedom even more. This can driven the top camera makers, namely Canon, Casio, Olympus, Fuji and Panasonic have positioned themselves to cater to this growing expressive and youthful market and the result has been pink digital cameras.
Originally when these cameras debuted, many were of the impression that the cameras were just another sales gimmick from marketing giants trying to make a statement. This off course was erroneous assumption because pink digital cameras packed just the same high-tech features as their regular counterparts. Pink digital cameras are immaculately stylish and cute and appeal to people of all ages. Teenages are also drawn to the cameras by the hundreds.
Pink digital cameras come with awesome functionality. They have the same in-built technological features as the best of the other stare-of-the-art cameras in the market. Examining a few brands such as the pink Panasonic Lumix with 7.2 megapixels and the Casio Exilim EX-Z75 7.2 megapixel camera, we see style complimented by awesome shutter speeds, dazzling LCD screens and great quality shots regardless of lighting. The Olympus Stylus 840 with 8 megapixels also tops the list of pink digital cameras to look for.
Fuji also makes great pink cameras that are attractive and competitive. Take for instance the Finepix Z10fd which has 7.2 megapixels. This model has a half inch LCD screen, great menu selections and is prices well under $200.
Then there is the pink Kodak EasyShare V1003. This has an awesome 10.6 megapixel capability and is especially attractive because of its design. The unit is also extremely light meaning it can fit into any pocket or purse. It therefore combines a sleek body design with great specifications.
Due to demand, pink digital cameras may be in short supply. That means one has to be creative as to where the buy. The best place to search is online. Ebay offers great selections and so do auction sites and wholesale sites.