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2. Choose Payment

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3. Send it to us

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Get an instant price for your Digital Camera with Zapper!

If you're looking to upgrade your camera, why not sell your old digital cameras for cash to Zapper? We'll give you a competitive quote on your used digital cameras, and you can use the cash you make to fund a newer, better model! With Zapper, selling your old digital cameras is easy! Our straight-forward service has no hidden fees, so all the money goes straight to your pocket!

A digital camera is a camera that encodes the images it takes into data that can be stored on a chip or a memory card for later reproduction. Most of the cameras available on the market today are digital, and digital camera elements are also incorporated into many devices like mobile phones and games consoles. The history of digital cameras started with Eugene F. Lally from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. In 1961, Mr. Lally had an idea to capture pictures of the stars and planets moving through space. However, the technology for cameras at that time wouldn't have been able to manage the concept. Finally, in 1975, Steven Sasson build and engineered the first electronic camera using a part known as a ""charge-coupled device"" for sensing images. By 2000, digital cameras had mostly replaced film cameras. By 2010, almost every smartphone on the market had a digital camera integrated into it.

Though digital cameras have been the standard for photography for numerous years now, they continue to evolve with better resolution and improved features. As the years go by, digital cameras end up with more incredible extras than ever before. If you're a photography fan, then the chances are you'll have upgraded your camera a few times during your life. But, what happened to those old, unused cameras? If you have unloved digital cameras sitting around your home, why not trade them in for cash with Zapper?

All you need to do to get started is scan the code of your camera, or enter your digital camera barcode details into the Zapper valuation system. We'll offer you an instant quoteand you can send us your electronics to us free of charge.

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