What is a digital camera's purpose?

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A digital cameras main purpose is to take video or still photographs digitally by recording the images via an electronic image. It displays images immediately on the screen after they have been recorded. It can store thousands of images on a single memory device and delete others to free space.
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The best digital camera I have ever used is Nikon Coolpix. For a great point and shoot with some great features, it can't be beat. It is really versatile with lots of preset features
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Prior to the development of digital technology, all photography cameras operated using film. A basic point-and-shoot film camera consists of a lightproof chamber, a lens, a shutter
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No, I don't think so. The dock is just a simple method to transfer pictures from your camera to your computer. I would guess the camera comes with everything necessary to do that
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Here is a Polaroid 3MP digital camera on Amazon, brand new for $35. If occasionally goes on sale for $20-25. (Last time that it went on sale, I bought three. http://www.amazon.com
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