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Remember when those little, sleek-looking, point-and-shoot digital cameras were all the rage? They made picture taking -- you should pardon the expression -- a snap. But today the demand for these cameras is slowly disappearing. It's estimated that about 11.5 million were sold in 2012, which is down 44% from the prior year. This is according to the Consumer Electronics Association. The problem is that cameras are having an identity crisis. If you want top-quality photos you could enlarge to sizes like 2' x 3', you would want one of the larger DSLR cameras. If not, you would probably be happy to stay with one gadget – your smart phone – that also takes pictures. Plus, there are now cameras designed for specific kinds of people like those thrill-seekers who choose cameras such as a GoPro that captures action instead of just still pictures.