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Posted by on Jun 28, 2016 in Shopping | 2 comments

The 5 Best Cameras Under $100

Best Cameras Under $100

Did you know you could score a great photo, from a great camera for under $100? A camera perfect for your individual needs, whether it be rugged or instantly gratifying.

Check the list below!

1. Take it old school with the FujiFilm Instax! This instant camera allows you to skip the waiting period by instantly printing your photos! With multiple modes, 7 color choices, and auto power off this camera is perfect for young budding photographers. Get it for $69.99 at BestBuy.  Fujifulm Instax Camera
2. The Sony DSC-W800 allows you to shoot high-quality photos and videos. With 20.1 Megapixels and the ability to shoot 720p video footage, this camera is perfect for any budding photographer. Score it at BestBuy for $89.99!  Sony DSC-W800 Camera
3. Get the power of Nikon for under $100 with the Nikon COOLPIX A10! It’s a 16.1 Megapixel Camera with 5x Optical Zoom. It’s perfect for family gatherings with the Smart Portrait System that give portraits a flattering look. It’s $81.99 on
4. Are you the adventuring sort? Check out the Bell & Howell Splash WP10 Shock & Waterproof Camera. This bad boy comes with a tripod and an accessory kit!
Grab it from Walmart for only $84.99.
 Bell & Howell Splash WP10 Shock & Watreproof Camera
5. Want to capture your antics in motion? Check out the EK7000 4K WIFI Sports Action. It’s waterproof up to 20 meters, and has 120-degree wide-angle lens! The EK7000 is $89.28 at Walmart.  


  1. I have the instax 210. I brought it with me when I traveled last summer in South East Asia. I also brought a DSLR with a good zoom lens. DSLR is for documenting the trip. Instax 210 is for making a unique fun picture for keep sake. I had never printed anything from the trip but I have these one of a kind pictures by my nightstand. It is heavy but not two heavy to carry. I like the wash look, so I turn on the flash most of the time. It comes with a macro plastic lens, it is better for selfshot with you and another person. It is a unique gift to the local as well. Beside giving a small cash tip to a taxi driver. I gave him an Instax picture. He was more happy about the picture than the tip I gave him. Keep in mind, you have limited supply of the film with you, so you get to “budget” your shot.

    • That’s awesome Neil! Great idea about “gifting” the picture!

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