This time I left my Canon SLR at home in favor of my smaller Casio point-and-shoot, and I observed that none of the vendors became curious or touchy about me taking photographs. (On more than one occasion, after asking vendors whether I could take photos of their wares with my Canon, they have asked me not to.) So a smaller camera equals less of a hassle, and is also much easier to carry around when you've got an armful of purchases. I've learned that people become more wary or curious when they see the big camera.
Pictured below are the items that inspired me the most, and hopefully, they'll inspire my readers, too.