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Crispy clear memories

When you reach for a camera – what you are hoping for is a durable memory. You want to capture that special moment and aim to share and re-live it later over the years.

I look back at our family photos and realize that indeed, crisp, high quality photos bring back memories in a way that others do not and this is why it’s important to think about the equipment you use to preserve those special moments.

Fortunately, today there are many great choices on the market for amateur photographers who like me cannot bother to fuzz with settings and really just want everything to be as automatic as possible. And while my phone may take some good, spontaneous pictures of the kids, for special events I have found an awesome choice: The Samsung Galaxy Camera. When I first unpacked this camera and reviewed it – I could tell it was a very different technology than I had experienced before and I wrote my first review here.

And the reason is simple, it has two great features for my lifestyle, I can zoom in to take great shots from a distance (say graduation?) and I can immediately share with grandparents and extended family with it’s wireless or cell service capabilities – no more waiting. Sharing in real time as the next best thing to actually being there.

So these days, capturing shots of your kids, your travels and all your special moments has never been easier, just make a good camera selection and share.

Do you have any other tips for capturing great memories? Share them with us here.

Would you like to win your own Samsung Galaxy Camera? Repin one of the photos from our “Holiday Memories + Moments” Pinterest board with the hashtag #samsungmemories for a chance to win, or upload your own photo onto your personal board with the hashtag #samsungmemories. And from there, we will pick the top twenty photos. Contest ends December 31st, 2012.

A big thanks to Samsung for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

 

Monica Vila is TheOnlineMom and you can also find me on Twitter chatting away and sharing interesting links to other amazing Babble Voices.

 

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