My son has taken a liking to photography, he enjoys taking pictures and then checking out what it looks like. He is always taking his older sisters iPod touch, it has a camera that's not that bad and he snaps pictures of just about anything. If you look at the camera roll when he's done you can see his selfies to pictures of the dogs, toys and sometimes his baby sister! 

I love this because this lets you see the world through the eyes of a child. What intrigues him, what he thinks is funny or interesting. Just the other day I sat the baby on the floor and he said, "Wait! I want to take her picture!" and ran over to grab the iPod to do just so. I thought, what a fun present this Christmas that would be - his very own digital camera! 

PTPA award winning Playskool Showcam 2-in-1 Digital Camera and Projector from Hasbro combines digital photography and photo editing in one fun camera geared for kids my sons age.

The Playskool Showcam 2-in-1 Digital Camera and Projector is the perfect camera for him. It's chunky, has a good grip and simple buttons and controls. Press the shutter button to take a picture, press the "silly" button to choose from over 50 silly effects to add to the photo and flip the switch for instant projection! How cool is that?!

Software is integrated in the camera so no need to install or download software. You can save, print and email pictures via USB too. Kids can get digitally creative with the Playskool Showcam 2-in-1 Digital Camera and Projector! I honestly cannot wait for my son to unwrap this one this Christmas! 

It comes in black and blue or white and purple/pink. You can find this camera where toys are sold in stores like Walmart, Toys R Us and online! Check out the Playskool Showcam website for full details!

Disclosure: Posted by AME on behalf of Hasbro. Complimentary product received for review purposes. Comments and opinions on this blog are my own.

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