Memories are a crux of every experience we have in our lives. Thanks to technology, today we can preserve our memories better than ever before with a camera, be it a DSLR, an instant camera or a smartphone setup. On top of that, we don’t need to worry about a limited number of clicks or a limited amount of video storage. Thanks to the abundance of storage devices and cloud backups, now your memories can be truly unlimited. As winter turns the corner and approaches our daily lives, prepare yourself to make memories this season with our curated devices.

Canon EOS 200D II

This lightweight camera is perfect for everyday photography. It comes with Canon’s 24.1-megapixels APS-C CMOS sensor, DIGIC 8 processor and a bunch of features that make it super useful for beginners and pros alike.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 9

The instant camera gets a modern upgrade with the Mini 9. The selfie mirror gets you perfect framing for every instant selfie. The close-up lens attachment and the high key mode get you the shot you want every single time.

Samsung A80 128 GB (Angel Gold) 8 GB RAM, Dual SIM 4G

The rotating triple camera ensures that both front and back shots get the same picture quality. The 3D depth camera brings live focus to your pictures and videos. You also get super steady and ultra-wide video so that you never miss out on the action.

Vivo V17 Pro 128 GB (Glacier Ice) 8 GB RAM, Dual SIM 4G

On top of a quad-camera setup on the rear, the Vivo V17 Pro comes with a dual-camera pop up on the front – one of the few phones to take that route. You get a new dimension to your selfies with the super-wide-angle lens on the front without losing out on-screen real-estate.

OPPO Reno 2 256 GB (Ocean Blue) 8 GB RAM, Dual SIM 4G

The quad-camera setup on the OPPO Reno 2 is capable of 20x zoom, which means it can get you details from quite a distance. While the 20x zoom is digital, up to 5x you do get hybrid zoom. The new portrait mode also brings a host of new features that make your selfies better than ever.

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