I am amazed that many Realtors still have not come into the digital age and invested in a digital camera.
I was trying to remember when I first invested in my first digital camera and think it was back in 1999 when I got my Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation from the National Association of Realtors. I still have mine and use it when I teach e-PRO classes to impress my students with my "state of the art" technology.
This was the first digital camera to sell for under $500 (the original MSRP was $999). Look at the amazing specs on that beast! Quality 24 bit color images (the word Mega Pixel wasn't even invented yet); you could store 16 high resolution (640x480) photos; lightweight (approx. 1 pound); etc.
It is amazing to realize that was only 15 years ago. Now, my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is my digital camera of choice with it's 16MP camera, 32 GB internal and 64 GB micoSD card, and is also a cell phone, GPS, computer, micro tablet complete with s pen, etc., etc., and I paid only $149 for it with my upgrade.
So how it is some real estate agents still can justify buying a digital camera? I guess as they are still looking through their rose colored glasses wondering if this internet thing is just a fad or not, I will be enjoying the view through my Samsung Gear VR (Virtual Reality) goggles.