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Digital Blue 741 Disney Pix Click Pirates III Digital Camera


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Click Pirates III
  • 16 MB (Holds over 200 photos)
  • VGA 640x480
  • Built-in auto flash
  • 2x digital zoom
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Technical Details

Style: Click Pirates III
  • Brand Name: Digital Blue
  • Model: 741
  • Included Flash Type: Built-in flash
  • Width: 1 inches
  • Depth: 4.5 inches
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Product Details

Style: Click Pirates III
  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 6.1 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000SAKS9K
  • Item model number: 741
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,143 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 21, 2007

Product Description

Style: Click Pirates III

Disney Pix Click Digital Camera- Pirates III (v2). The first affordable digital camera for kids of all ages. Photos are easily downloaded into your computer. Get creative with Disney Pix photo editing software! You're picture perfect and now your photos can be too! Disney Pix photo editing software lets you create awesome photos and graphics. You can even customize your photos with Disney characters, stamps, frames, and more. 2x digital zoom. 1" color LCD display. Includes: camera, strap, Software CD-Rom, USB cord, Quick start instruction manual.

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Customer Reviews

Grainy pictures, way to bright with flash and too dark without.
Amazon Customer
It was someone's JOB to try this camera at Disney Consumer Products.
P. Kearney
Even 0.3 megapixels could produce pictures of a much better quality.
dsokolovsky

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

246 of 254 people found the following review helpful By abp on January 12, 2007
Style Name: Click Princess
My kids are always stealing my expensive Canon digital camera, so I bought 2 of these Disney cameras for them. They like to photograph silly things like their feet, their toys, and their lunch. This Disney camera is not even applicable to such silly-fun photography. I was fair warned that the pictures would be grainy when downloaded (only 1 megapixel), but I hoped that the act of photographing stuff would be a fun activity for the kids. No so. The LCD screen on the back of the camera is completely useless, as you can barely even make out objects within 1-2 feet away. When preparing to take a picture, you must hold the camera very still and about 12 inches from the subject. When using such a technique, you will be able to make out the outline of the object, at best. After the kids gave the cameras a try and discovered that the LCD images were impossible to decipher, the cameras were left in the bottom of the toy box. Do not waste money on this camera.
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96 of 101 people found the following review helpful By R. Carlson on December 30, 2006
Style Name: Micro High School
Really a piece of junk. The software it comes with is fairly good but not worth it. No flash, the viewfinder was way off so in the event you did get a good picture the person's head was cut off. You really can't take a picture with these and expect it to turn out. My girls liked them, they looked cool but an absolute piece of junk. You had to have a very steady hand to get a picture that wasn't blurred. My girls didn't have that steady hand. Thankfully the store took them back with no questions. Save yourself a hassel and just don't buy them.
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118 of 126 people found the following review helpful By R. Stenberg on September 4, 2007
Style Name: Micro Cars
I bought this camera for my daughter for her sixth birthday. She is quite familiar with picture taking as she uses my $400 Kodak digital camera all the time and takes really good pictures. I figured this would be perfect for her and I wouldn't have to worry about my expensive camera. I should have known that you get what you pay for! First, there is no screen on the back so you have to wait to see your pictures until you get to a computer. And it only holds 40 pictures. What do we do when we're on vacation and she's taking LOTS of pictures??? And then - worst of all, THERE'S NO FLASH. It's only good outside and then the pictures are just OK, but good enough for a 6-year-old. I turned on the light right above me - 75 watt bulb - and took a picture of myself and it was dark, you could barely make out my features. Go a few extra bucks and get a good camera that you don't have to replace in a few months because the kids get bored with it! Now I have to get another one for Christmas for her.
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88 of 95 people found the following review helpful By MWCobra on January 17, 2008
Style Name: Max Pirates III
After reading the bad reviews on the Digital Blue 747 Disney Pix Max Pirates III 3.0 megapixel Digital Camera I just had to leave my own. I purchased this for my 7 yr old. It is a 3.0 Megapixel camera and has flash and a nice LCD display. I have no idea why people are giving it bad reviews saying 1 megapixel, bad pictures, no flash, no LCD display, small etc. I figure they are Disney haters that do not even have this camera. Oh, I see now. Amazon is messed up and including "variations" linking many different Disney Cameras to the same reviews. Well, that kind of defeats the purpose of individual ratings section. What are they doing? I filed a complaint. Anyways, The camera I got has many nice features like the ability to add Disney characters to your pictures as you are taking them. You push the wand button and they display on the LCD showing what your picture will look like. Browse and select different chars (about 20) with the touch of a button Click ... Done. For only two AA batteries, the battery life is good. The SD card slot is nice to have considering a lot of lower priced camera do not have the best features. It holds like 700 3mp pictures on a 512mb card but supports up to a 2GB card. It also takes great pictures as it has a quick auto focus. My seven year old can take a good picture with this and we all know they can never be still. This is a nice, easy to use and durable camera that takes good pictures with ease. Five Stars!!!!!
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By MichaelJames on December 31, 2006
Style Name: Micro High School
The camera, although attractive in packaging, does not work at all. It would not download to a computer, did not flash and has numerous other negative features.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By AGA on April 13, 2008
Style Name: Micro Princess
Ok, this camera is not the best camera you will ever buy. My kids are 8 and 5, and I do not think they are really concerned about number of pixels and grainy images; they just have fun taking pictures of anything and then using the software to download and decorate their funny faces. If you are looking for a good quality camera, shop for something else; but if you want an inexpensive camera with pre-teen and child appeal you've just found it. The computer software is included!! Great looking, and FUN!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Elaine on December 18, 2008
Style Name: Click Princess
The link for two different cameras leads to the same page.
The Disney Pix Micro is very different from the Disney Pix Click.

I don't have either item but I just wanted to clarify the reviews- I was very confused as to how people could notice different megapixels and flash on the same item.

Read the reviews carefully to try to figure out which camera you are reading about.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By abp on December 28, 2006
Style Name: Click Cars
My kids are always stealing my expensive Canon digital camera, so I bought 2 of these Disney cameras for them. They like to photograph silly things like their feet, their toys, and their lunch. This Disney camera is not even applicable to such silly-fun photography. I was fair warned that the pictures would be grainy when downloaded (only 1 megapixel), but I hoped that the act of photographing stuff would be a fun activity for the kids. No so. The LCD screen on the back of the camera is completely useless, as you can barely even make out objects within 1-2 feet away. When preparing to take a picture, you must hold the camera very still and about 12 inches from the subject. When using such a technique, you will be able to make out the outline of the object, at best. After the kids gave the cameras a try and discovered that the LCD images were impossible to decipher, the cameras were left in the bottom of the toy box. Do not waste money on this camera.
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