Digital cameras are going through a major technology upgrade-and they're beginning to catch on in schools.

"We're starting to see increased sales," says Tom Veselenak, product development manager at Scantron Quality Computers, a national software/hardware reseller specializing in education in St. Clare Shores, Mich. "The price range for a good digital camera has come down to between $500 and $800. That's a good range for schools. They don't have to go before a board to get approval."

A digital camera stores images digitally rather than recording them on film.


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