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Fisher Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera for Girls
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- The Kid-Tough Digital Camera is the first preschool-appropriate digital camera that is tough enough to stand up to rough use
- 2-eye viewing makes it easy to look through the viewfinder
- Features 640x480 resolution for 4x6" prints
- Includes 2 handle grips, CD with digital camera software, USB cord for computer connection, built-in flash and wrist strap
- Requires 4 AA batteries (not included)
- 8MB built-in memory that stores up to 50 pictures; slot for SD memory card (sold separately) increases storage
- A 1.3" color LCD preview screen lets kids instantly see the pictures they've taken
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Quality, however, could easily be better. They are comparable to my old cannon 1.3 megapixel, set at its lowest resolution, which means much lower than 1.3 megapixel. My phone takes better pics, and for today's day and age (not to mention the price) you should expect more. At least one megapixel, please! I bought a 516 additional memory card and she'll be able to take pictures till she's 16 years old w/out deleting any!
Fisher price: Go back, do it again and get it right please (2 megapixels and its a 5 star +). I'll happily buy another and I can't find anything comparable on the market (as bad as the resolution is, the others I saw seem even worse).
The LCD is grainy and doesn't reflect the image actually captured. On a PC, the image is better. Other kids cameras do a horrible job indoors. With the flash on this one, the indoor pictures are acceptable.
I would recommend this for all kids not responsible enough with a real digital camera, and old enough to not fire the flash at close proximity to eyes.
The "photos," unfortunately, are extrememly low quality, making this little more than an overpriced (but very entertaining) toy. Yes, if everything is just the right distance in just the right light, and if you hold the camera very, very still, you may get a barely passable snapshot -- but this is not how a five-year-old takes pictures. Great idea, Fisher Price, but not quite great enough to make up for the dismal photo quality. (I will try to post a typical five-year-old snapped photo.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was surprised at how "beat up" it is. Expected used, but not is this poor condition. This purchase was very disappointing.Published on February 22, 2014 by Chuck Marcy
I tray to contact the seller and the seller never cont me, The camera works but not have the cable to conected and also no have the dvd to activate the camera with my computerPublished on November 26, 2013 by Liliana L.
Sure, the camera is tough and my 5 yr old thinks the games are cool, the pictures are so crappy he got bored with it in minutes. Read morePublished on August 3, 2009 by R. Schwardt
This camera is a nice idea however it isn't worth a dime. The camera is durable but my daughter only used it once. She got it shortly before we had our second baby. Read morePublished on October 31, 2008 by P. Parks
My 3 year old daughter loves this camera!! She takes pictures of everything. The quality of the pictures is what you expect from a kids camera, but they are not terrible. Read morePublished on September 25, 2008 by Usmc1968
For how much this camera costs, it'll be cheaper to buy a used regular digital camera on eBay and give that to your kid. Read morePublished on August 1, 2008 by contempt
This is the poorest excuse for a "camera" we have ever seen. We purchased it for our 4 year old granddaughter when her baby sister was born last month(March 2008), thinking she... Read morePublished on April 14, 2008 by Mawrdew
purchased as a Christmas gift for my 5 year old granddaughter. She likes it very much, and it has held up perfectly after being tossed around and dropped many times.Published on April 5, 2008 by C J