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Lego Stop Animation Video Camera

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  • Records both stop animation and regular videos
  • 1.5" rotation color screen
  • Holds XX minutes/hours of video with SD card (not included)
  • Macro lens for extreme close ups of your LEGO creations
  • Includes: LEGO Stop Animation Studio Software CD, adjustable tripod, two LEGO mini-figs
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 1.6 x 2.6 inches ; 15.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002L6IA08
  • Item model number: LG10003
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 7 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #198,466 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The new LEGO Stop-Animation Video Camera is perfect for any LEGO fan, big or small. With LEGO Stop Animation Camera you can capture regular videos of everyday situations or you can be even more creative and produce your own Stop Animation Videos. You have all you need: two LEGO mini figs, tripod, Stop Animation Studio Software and easy to use Stop Animation Camera with rotating 1.5” color screen so you can shoot from every angle. Now add your own LEGO bricks and let the creative juices flowing. Have fun with it and once you are done post your directorial debut on You Tube.

Product Specifications

  • Resolution: 640x480 VGA Video Resolution
  • Display: 1.5" rotating color LCD Screen
  • Focus: 1x-4x Digital Zoom; close-up focus capability.
  • Memory: 64MB Internal Memory; SD Card Slot for Additional
  • 2GB External Memory
  • Recording Time: up to 2 minutes on internal memory.
  • Audio: Built-in Microphone
  • Output: USB, NTSC, PAL
  • Power Source: 2 AA batteries (not included)
  • Compatible with XP and Vista
  • Product Description

    The LEGO Stop Animation Video Camera is a great way to capture both regular video and make awesome Stop Animation videos for any LEGO fan, big or small! Use the included LEGO Stop Animation Studio software to edit the videos you capture or hook your camera up and use the included tripod and two LEGO mini figures to create amazing Stop Animation videos. It's easy to upload your video creations to YouTube using the LEGO Stop Animation Studio software to share them with family and friends.

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    Customer Reviews

    The software does not work in Vista.
    Amazon Customer
    This is the FIRST TIME I have ever written a negative review about any product.
    Silver Starfish
    I got this for my son for Christmas and can't get it to work.
    R. Fair

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    58 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Lively Geek on December 27, 2009
    Save yourself a large headache and avoid this product. I only purchased this because I could not find any reviews - so here is mine:

    I've never written an electronics review before now. That's how disappointed I am. I purchased this video camera for my nine-year-old son. I spent the whole evening trying to get it to function with the software. (I have two fully updated XP machines, which exceed the minimum requirements.) Needless to say, I am extremely disappointed with the software, which is clunky and buggy. I cannot stress this enough. I cannot believe that anyone ever got this to work outside of their dev team. I tried to upload the images we took with the camera by itself, and though it imported them, I had to watch a spinning wheel when i tried to process them in any way. The program also locked up on me whenever I tried to import those same pictures from the hard drive (rather than the camera), saying the program encountered an unexpected error and had to close. I tried a stop-motion movie with the camera hooked in via the supplied USB cable, but when I hit the "make movie" button, i got more spinning wheel. I let it sit there for more than an hour, but it had effectively locked up so hard, that even an "end task" did not stop it. It is such a great feeling to lose every frame of animation in the process. (This machine was a Win XP, 2.66 with 1GB ram.)

    I loaded the drivers when it prompted me, read all the instructions and on-line trouble shooting/warnings, etc., but still cannot make a single stop motion movie with it. I tried a few different methods, and even played with some of the filters and special effects, only to get the eventual, eternally spinning wheel. I tried it on two PC's with similar effect.
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    46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By LKnomad on December 14, 2009
    My son took an animation class using a digital blue product. Unfortunately, the video cameras he used only worked on XP. When he saw the Lego Stop Animation camera he was very excited. The website stated it worked with Vista and Windows 7 so we ordered it. Once we installed the software my son tried it out. It didn't work. It wouldn't tether to the computer. The software didn't recognize the camera. Then when we imported individual pictures and put them into an animation, the video played back upside down.

    I sent an email to tech support and was told that the camera only worked with XP. When I looked on the website the min. system requirements had been changed to XP. Still the documentation that comes with the camera said Vista. The guides on the website say Vista as well.

    I have asked for a full refund from Digital Blue but at this time they have not responded. I am very disappointed. It could have been a great product. The software looked fun to use but without the camera tethered to the computer it just wont work. My son will be getting the Flip Video Camera instead.
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    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Caroline on December 1, 2011
    I was worried seeing the 1 star reviews about the software, but most of those reviews are two years old. They must have updated the software or drivers, because the one i got my son works great. The camera is high up on the Wow! factor, and the software is OK...simple and functional but pretty basic. I didn't have any problems loading it onto an older desktop with XP or my new HP laptop with Win 7. I do wish they had a Mac version though. Bought it for $79 here, and i see they lowered it to $59 which is a great deal. It was a good deal at $79. Kinda wished I had waited to buy it for Christmas instead of birthday since it is $20 less now. Other than that, it is a great product.
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    31 of 37 people found the following review helpful By hs mom on December 29, 2009
    My son got this as a gift on Christmas. He was very, very excited to get it. Unfornately, it was very short lived.

    We have an XP computer, but couldn't get the software to load for a long time. Then when we finally did half the features wouldn't work.

    The quality of the camera wasn't was worth the $79.99 price either.

    We have returned the camera.
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    18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 31, 2009
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    We received our Digi Blue video camera recently. The software loaded fine from the provided disc. However, when we plugged in the camera, our Windows Vista computer never recognized the camera hardware and we never found any drivers for it. I manually pointed to each folder on the disc, to no avail. I contacted tech support via a form on their web site about the issue. No answer yet after several days.

    My son videotaped himself and played it back on the TV. It was very pixelated and dim. So the cameraperson must shoot under bright (not room) light and accept a playback size of not much larger than on YouTube.

    The onboard memory holds about 20 seconds of stop-motion action frames and plays back at 15 frames per second, which is acceptable. You can purchase a separate SD card for more memory. Supposedly the software will splice all the separate pictures together to create the actual film experience. I don't know what the frame size is for the finished project (for reasons given above).

    The software does not work in Vista. That is, it won't import any still pictures even though it says it will. According to other sources, it seems that it does not work with Vista, even though the printed material says it does. Perhaps Digital Blue failed to check this before their printing materials went out.

    The camera holds two AA batteries.

    If tech support would answer and help, I'll try to add more details later.

    I'm sure this would be a fun project for young people to dabble in animation for the first time, or who are frustrated at using a normal video camera not containing stop-motion capability.
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