By Andrew Liszewski
Forget about heading to the Serengeti, or even your local zoo, if you were hoping to get some experience photographing wild animals to impress the editors at National Geographic. This Safari Photo Shoot simulator is as close as you can get to the perils of wildlife photography without ever getting up off the couch.
You don’t even need to spend the money on an expensive DSLR since it includes an infrared camera that keeps score of how many animals you shoot. Now real photographers who’ve been chased by elephants or attacked by cobras might scoff at the lack of any real danger in this simulator, but the warning on Buy.com (“CHOKING HAZARD Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years. CHOKING HAZARD”) makes it pretty clear the Safari Photo Shoot is not all fun and games. $28.47 from Stupid.com.