How often do you change your digital camera?

United States
September 1, 2009 8:12pm CST
New technology coming out every few months, and new products, and new features always available on the market for customers to choose from. Digital camera too, from the early 2.0 megapixel to now, 12 megapixels. I couldn't keep up with it. Since my digital camera still not broken, I still like my 10.0 megapixels camera. That is my third camera that I purchased. So, how often do you change your digital camera? Do you follow the trend of the market or you already satisfied with what you have?
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4 responses
@lilaclady (28240)
• Australia
2 Sep 09
I must admit when I first bought my little digital camera I thought all my Christmases had come at once, I love taking photos and now I could take as many photos as I wanted without worrying about the cost but then two years down the track here I am with a new DSLR now I hate using my little digital, there is nothing like a DSLR....
• United States
2 Sep 09
new products certainly has its attraction. When you are done with your old camera, you might feel bored, and nothing new on it. A new one is much more challenging.
• India
2 Sep 09
i am happy with my old 10.1 mp camera which is at its peak .
@russso (1701)
• Philippines
2 Sep 09
YEARS.Ü The very first digital camera that I owned, it was with me for two years. It was just a starter cam so I replaced it as soon as I got the chance. And then, I bought my second one, I used it for four years. I only replaced it last month because it was stolen. A digital camera is always a wise investment. It's something that I can use for years and years, especially if it's given proper care.
@Jennlk84 (4219)
• United States
2 Sep 09
I honestly don't change my digital camera just to be with the new times. I get a new digital camera when my old one isn't working as great as it use to! Which typically ends up being every couple of years.