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Perfect for a dad on the go, Eye-Fi’s wireless SD memory cards (www.eyefi.com; $50-$100) will let your dad upload photos to his computer without having to figure out where he left the USB cable. The “Share” version can upload pictures to more than two-dozen photo-sharing sites, including Flickr, Facebook and Shutterfly. And the “Explore” version uses wireless signals across the country to triangulate its location and geotag every picture.

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Even if you want to opt for more classic Father’s Day gifts, you can still put a photographic spin on them. With a crystal photo cube, (www.redenvelope.com; $25-$40) your dad can proudly display a few special photos in an interesting and decorative way. For a more useful—but still classic—gift, go for a digital photo viewer/alarm clock (www.redenvelope.com; $40). Or put a real spin on a traditional gift with a digital photo keychain that can hold dozens of pictures (www.redenvelope.com; $40).

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For a fun gift that will keep on giving, get your dad a cardboard pinhole camera kit (www.x-tremegeek.com; $25). You can spend a few quality hours together building P-Sharan’s SQ-35 camera—and many more hours bonding over primitive photographic technology. The camera works with 35mm film and includes four different filters.

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