A look back at some of my favorite cameras

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By Jon Valdez
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As a photographer, I love all types of cameras. There is a different kind of camera to capture that perfect shot! Here's a look back at some of my favorites...
A series of classic cameras.

A series of classic cameras.

Introduce a younger cousin to the joys of pre-Instagram, highly-filtered photography with this Lomography camera. ($33)

Introduce a younger cousin to the joys of pre-Instagram, highly-filtered photography with this Lomography camera. ($33)

This mirrorless digital camera from Pentax, designed by Marc Newson, is a smaller form and fit with all the capabilities of a DSLR. Capable of capturing 30 frames per second, snapping photos at the speed of life has never been easier. ($900)

This mirrorless digital camera from Pentax, designed by Marc Newson, is a smaller form and fit with all the capabilities of a DSLR. Capable of capturing 30 frames per second, snapping photos at the speed of life has never been easier. ($900)

The lightweight camera, which provides a 1080P video sensor with CVR capabilities and 4x zoom, retails at $199.

The lightweight camera, which provides a 1080P video sensor with CVR capabilities and 4x zoom, retails at $199.

The Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera is the ultimate social media gadget as it allows you to capture, edit, and upload pictures instantly, and it even features an integrated printer. ($200)

The Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera is the ultimate social media gadget as it allows you to capture, edit, and upload pictures instantly, and it even features an integrated printer. ($200)

Inspired by the photo sharing app Instagram, the nostalgic Anagram Wooden Camera, $35, sports the same striped colors (minus the blue) and is handmade from sustainable wood, cork, and leather.

Inspired by the photo sharing app Instagram, the nostalgic Anagram Wooden Camera, $35, sports the same striped colors (minus the blue) and is handmade from sustainable wood, cork, and leather.

Braun's Nizo 1000 camera by Robert Oberheim (1968)

Braun's Nizo 1000 camera by Robert Oberheim (1968)

Document all that gift-giving with Fujifilm's Instax camera, a bite-sized Polaroid-type camera with a case that looks like a vintage Leica. Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic camera, $210 on Amazon.

Document all that gift-giving with Fujifilm's Instax camera, a bite-sized Polaroid-type camera with a case that looks like a vintage Leica. Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic camera, $210 on Amazon.

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