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Standard Packaging
  • The award-winning and best-selling kid tough digital camera was the first preschool appropriate digital camera
  • For Fall 2008, the kid-tough digital camera is tougher and better than ever with the addition of enhanced kid-tough styling
  • The camera also maintains its easy-to-use format and simple buttons
  • Featuring a 1.5 color LCD preview screen which allows kids to instantly see the picture they have taken
  • Even the youngest in your family can enjoy taking and sharing pictures
  • The new kid-tough dimension of waterproof
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Product Description

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging

Product Description

The Fisher Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera is tough enough and easy enough for kids to use all by themselves! Two-eye viewing makes it easy for kids to look through the viewfinder; sturdy dual hand grips help them steady their shot; big buttons are easy for their little hands to press. Controls are simple to follow-there's even a built-in auto flash-and the color LCD preview screen lets kids instantly see the pictures they've taken. Stores up to 500 pictures with 64 MB of internal memory. With a simple USB connection, kids can even download their pictures to your computer for editing, printing, or e-mailing! FEATURES: * Two image resolution settings: 0.3 and 1.3 interpolated (640 x 480 resolution) megapixels for 4" x 6" prints * Two-eye viewfinder and 1.5" color LCD screen let kids easily see and preview images * Compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Apple Mac OSX, Apple Mac OS9

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The Kid Tough Digital Camera from Fisher-Price is rugged enough to go everywhere your child goes. With two-eye viewing, sturdy grips and a built-in flash, this real digital camera is designed to survive being dropped, and it is waterproof to protect against spills and splashes. This camera is a perfect way for kids ages three and up to document all their favorite things.



Two-eye viewing and a built-in flash make picture taking easy (shown in blue). View larger.


Kids will love documenting their world (photo taken with the Kid Tough camera).


Big buttons are perfect for little hands (shown in blue).
What We Think

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The Good: Durable, easy way for kids to experience photography

The Bad: May seem bulky in little hands

In a Nutshell: This Fisher-Price camera really is Kid Tough.
At a Glance

Ages: 3 and up
Requires: Four AAA batteries
Easy to Start Taking Pictures
An adult will need to use a screwdriver to install the four AAA batteries before kids get their hands on this camera. With a textured button on the front that releases the shutter, and large buttons on the back that let little hands turn the camera on and off, browse through pictures, and delete images, this camera is so easy to use that you don't even need instructions.

The fun, brightly colored body helps distinguish this camera from boring adult models, making it an instant favorite.

Kid-Friendly Technology
Kids can pick between using the live view on a 1.5-inch color LCD preview screen or looking through the two-eye viewer when taking pictures. The preview screen also lets kids look at pictures the moment after they take them. With a built-in flash that automatically illuminates darkened scenes, and a shutter noise that makes it easy to know when a picture has been taken, kids are sure to be delighted by their images.

The 64 MB built-in memory stores up to 500 pictures and eliminates the need for handling fragile and expensive memory cards. Two image resolution settings, 0.3 and 1.3 interpolated mega pixels, let kids take tons of pictures and make 4 x 6-inch prints.

Fun, Durable Way to Encourage Creativity
With its big rubberized grips and sturdy construction, we found this camera lived up to its incredibly durable reputation. Able to easily withstand being dropped again and again and waterproof for 30 minutes in up to three feet of water, this camera can handle the rough reality of active play.

The heavy-duty construction that makes this camera so durable also made it seem somewhat bulky for little hands, but this didn't prevent kids from wanting to take it on all their adventures.

Older children and adults may be disappointed by the image quality, but higher resolutions would allow less pictures to be stored and decrease the amount of fun children have with this camera. Kids quickly find that there's plenty of resolution for exercising creative urges and documenting the wonders of everyday life.

The camera comes with a USB cable so pictures can be downloaded quickly and easily for editing and viewing. It is compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Apple Mac OSX, Apple Mac OS9 and requires a USB port 1.1 or higher for computer connectivity.


What's in the Box
Kid Tough Camera, USB cable, user's manual.


Product Details

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 3 x 6.5 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0015KXANS
  • Item model number: M8072
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 10 years
  • Batteries 4 AAA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #469,694 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (186 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Camera is very easy for her to use.
N. Savory
Would be great if the quality of pictures were better.
A Customer
My only complaint is the battery life.
Jeffrey R. Reid

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 18, 2008
Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
I purchased this camera for my children (6,4 & 2 yrs old) They loved it! Especially that it had a screen where they could actually see the picture they took. I wanted a camera that was durable. It uses up batteries pretty fast. And after 2 weeks, the camera just stopped working. My kids did not drop it or even play rough with it. I tried different batteries, but it just would not turn on. What an expensive mistake I made buying this camera. For something that is supposed to be kid-tough, I don't think it is at all.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 29, 2008
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I'm glad it's cheaper than the original Kid Tough camera. I've never used the original or tried the Vtech brand...the resolution does suck. My phone is smaller and takes better pictures. It has been through drops and still works. Haven't tested it's waterproof feature yet. My daughter is 3 and is very petite. She has a hard time positioning her fingers to apply enough pressure on the shutter button. She also gets too excited about the shutter noise. As soon as she hears it, she thinks it's done and all of the images come out blurry. We'll work on that. I have to keep getting a screwdriver to open the battery port which includes the miniUSB port every time I transfer the pictures. I wish there was a wrist strap. Well, it's fun to her and her almost 2 yr old sister. I don't have to worry about them breaking my $1500 digital camera anymore.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By David Desjardins on May 30, 2008
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We just got this for our 8 year old and she loves it. I went with this one from the other fisher price one due to this one was only $45.00 compared to $70 range for the one on the Fisher Price web site. This one differs in that it does not have a SD slot. It does have 64mb of flash memory which lets it hold 170 pictures at the hightest quaility which is 640 x 480. It does seem to go through the batteries quick, but that could be because my daughter took over 200 pictures in an hour and looked at some and deleted some from the camera. It does have a built in flash. I have not downloaded any pictures to the computer yet. The instructions say it will be detected as a mass storage device. It does not come with any software but does have the usb cable to connect it.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R. Mastrangelo on March 28, 2009
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I purchased this camera in July 2008 and found that after taking just a few photos, the camera either would not turn on or, by pressing the power button multiple times, it might or might not turn on and then it might or might not quickly turn itself off. Taking out the batteries and putting them in a battery tester would show that the batteries still had a like-new charge. Putting the batteries back in or putting in another brand-new set of 4 AAA alkaline batteries might or might not temporarily help.

I tried using different brands of fresh and new alkaline batteries (Eveready, Duracell, Kodak, Panasonic, and Rayovac) and had precisely the same results. Given that the owner's manual only recommends alkaline batteries and specifically states "do not use rechargeable batteries", I did not bother to experiment with anything except alkalines.

Assuming that my camera was defective, I exchanged it on October 30, 2008 and I had precisely the same performance with the second sample.

I see that a number of the reviews here are noting my same problem. I cannot understand how ANY the reviewers here could give this camera more than 1 star unless their sample of the camera did not exhibit this problem. If that's the case, Fisher-Price has a major quality control problem and you should only purchase it only if you are willing to deal with the consequences of it not working properly.

Another issue is that Fisher-Price appears to sell two different cameras with exactly the same name - "Fisher-Price Kid-Tough digital camera". Mine is the one that typically sells for $60, is available in pink or powder blue, and has three molded-in stripes on the side hand-holds. The other version has a textured pebble finish on the side hand-holds.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By S. J. on December 4, 2008
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We returned this camera because the quality was nowhere near that of our own digital camera, which our daughter has been used to. The display and the pictures come out quite blurry. Before buying this product, be sure to look online for sample pictures taken by this camera. We're getting an Argus camera instead. Remember, it's made by Fisher Price so it's a TOY camera.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Marie Aggs on December 30, 2007
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My daughter is really enjoying this camera. Easy buttons/functions. Case is a great accessory. I was able to easily upload photos to my laptop. I haven't figured out yet if I can upload to an online site such as shutterfly but plan to work on that. Directions could have been more thorough.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By fsumom on November 29, 2008
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The only two complaints I really have is that the quality of pics could be better. I understand it's a kid camera, but my cell phone takes better pics! The other thing is that it eats batteries up fast. We've already replaced the batteries 3 times, and it's only been played with 3 times.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 30, 2008
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We just got this for our 8 year old and she loves it. I went with this one from the other fisher price one due to this one was only $45.00 compared to $70 range for the one on the Fisher Price web site. This one differs in that it does not have a SD slot. It does have 64mb of flash memory which lets it hold 170 pictures at the hightest quaility which is 640 x 480. It does seem to go through the batteries quick, but that could be because my daughter took over 200 pictures in an hour and looked at some and deleted some from the camera. It does have a built in flash. I have not downloaded any pictures to the computer yet. The instructions say it will be detected as a mass storage device. It does not come with any software but does have the usb cable to connect it.
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