With quickly evolving technology, we see a new model of gadgets being launched after every few months. The newer the technology is, the better and more advanced features it has. The digital camera technology has no different story. You get better resolution, adjustment features and quicker focusing ability with all new models of digital cameras.

Are you wondering if you should buy a camera now or wait for an extraordinary future launch? Here are some points on what you can expect from the future digital cameras to help you make a much informed decision.

So, read through and thank me later!


We never imagined that digital photos could have a scent attached to them. This concept was long forgotten after the invention of digital cameras. However, the future cameras will have the feature to add smell to the photos. This feature would work best for food bloggers in particular. It will be more than just visuals. Sounds interesting, right?

Never-Draining Battery Power

We all hate that moment when we are about to click the best photo of our lives and the camera dies. The good news is that the upcoming digital camera technology will incorporate solar cells that recharge themselves using solar energy. You will not need to worry about recharging your camera every now and then. We can’t wait for such a feature and we are sure you can’t either!

Say Goodbye to Shutter Buttons

All of us have had a tough time with taking a still photo while pressing the shutter button hard. Every time you press it, the camera shakes a little and your photo turns out all blurry. But, don’t worry because the new cameras in the future will be eliminating these buttons and replacing them with sensors like winking or giving voice instruction.

Low Light or No Light Photos

We all face the problem of taking a great picture in a dark restaurant or a night event just because of lesser lights. Not even one picture turns out well because of this issue and you feel frustrated later when seeing scattered pixels and red eyes with flash giving your face a white cast. Fret not! The problem is about to be solved by one of the new canon series. You will be able to take quality photos in low or no light at all as well.  Now, that sounds like great news!

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Author Bio:

Stephanie Lewis is a writer and a new born photographer. She joined Photography Concentrate team in 2017 and since then she has been trying to pursue the best photography and editing practices. Besides photography, she loves having coffee, meeting new people and travelling to exotic places. Stephanie also spends her free time catching up with new technology trends.