These little marvels can help your outdoor work, and they're fun, too
Published January 1, 2004
The miniature digital camera is usually promoted as the camera of choice for the amateur point-and-shoot crowd, but it has much to offer the dedicated landscape photographer as well. A miniature digital makes a wonderful tool for scouting locations and for breaking the ice with strangers in travel photography. Unlike a 35mm or digital SLR, and the medium-and large-format film cameras often used in landscape work, a miniature digital camera slips as easily into your pocket as into your gadget bag.
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