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Little Tikes: My Real Digital Camera - Primary Colors


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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 9 x 9.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B000V20CHS
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #292,961 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Put the magic of photography right in the palm of your hand. The high-tech look and durable construction makes this an ideal first camera for any child. Features storage for 1000 pictures, auto-flash, simple menu structure and large buttons. Rubber handles and dual-viewfinders make taking pictures a snap, and playing back photos on the LCD is as simple as pushing a button. Uses four "AA" batteries, not included. Adult supervision recommended. 2.7"L x 6"W x 4.4"H.

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The quality of the pictures is not why I bought it but it's actually not bad.
M. Morgan
Taking pictures with automatic flash (in a well lit room) gave us only completely overexposed pictures that were entirely white.
Picture Mom
You press the button and it beeps, then when it beeps the second time is when it actually takes the picture.
J. Miller

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 49 people found the following review helpful By L. Good on December 18, 2007
My biggest frustration with the kids' cameras I've seen is that none seem to have full technical specs. So its hard to compare them. This camera has 64MB of memory and the pictures it produces are 640x480. There aren't slots to plug in additional memory cards. It comes with a standard USB cable and it reports itself as a standard USB storage device. There are no software drivers.

After a few minutes of instruction, my daughter mastered the controls and is now successfully taking hundreds of pictures at a time. She does produce a few dud pictures with the camera. Some of that comes from the 4 year old operator. But the camera shutter speed also seems a little slow for the lighting - making it easy to get blur. On the other hand, this often leads to some cool unintentional effects. And to be honest, when she's taking 100s of pictures, it's not so bad to be able to throw out a few here and there.

Overall though, this is a toy. And the pictures are mostly incidental. The biggest things for me are that she can operate the controls by herself and that she enjoys playing with it. Those needs were met.

The primary negatives are the ones others have mentioned - the large numbers on the pictures and the stubborn battery cover. The problem with the battery cover is not really that bad. I've had it off 3 or 4 times already since we've been cannibalizing old batteries from various remote controls and such throughout the house. The issue is that the screws are at a weird angle that makes them hard to get started. Having dealt with a lot of electronics - I probably wouldn't have known to complain if I hadn't read other reviews.

The other consideration for us was that this camera was about half the price of the comparable Fisher Price and VTech models. Since we were looking to buy a toy and not a professional camera, I think this camera was a pretty good value.
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By E. Doyon on November 3, 2007
Well I was so excited for the deal I thought I got that I had to try it out before I gave it to the kids ages 4 and 6. I'm glad I did as the cameras would have been huge disappointment for them. The resolution is awful, I tried to take pictures in different light and using a surface that did not move to stabilize the image but it did not work. All of the other features are great, easy to read and use buttons, but the numbers indicating picture number do get in the way. It is more light weight using AAA batteries rather than AA that Vtech and Fisher Price uses. The hand grips are good for smaller hands There is a neck strap v.s. a wrist strap. I think is is the perfect camera for a younger child who just wants something like the big ones but does not really care about the image that actually comes out. The batteries are hard to change as the previous review states. If your child is over 3 spend more money...
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56 of 61 people found the following review helpful By M. Morgan on October 16, 2007
I searched for the right camera to get my grandson for his birthday and I thought this was it. It seemed very uncomplicated and I like the look of it. Here's what I discovered after I bought it. The battery compartment is extremely difficult to get back together after you put in the batteries. It's hard to figure out how the batteries go in because the instructions and the diagram on the camera don't agree with each other. The mirror on the front - which I thought was a great feature so he could take pics of himself - was a bust because it doesn't line up with the lens at all so what you see in the mirror is not even close to what ends up in the picture. The worst feature is that each pic you take is numbered on the LCD display, such as 0001, and the numbers are so big that you can barely see the picture. This defeats the whole purpose of a digital camera for a toddler to have fun with. The quality of the pictures is not why I bought it but it's actually not bad. The bottom line is that it doesn't give me what I wanted to get from a camera made for little tikes.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Zeng on January 2, 2008
Seriously I don't know what the other reviews are talking about. I got this camera for my 3 almost 4 year old. I opened it up was able to get the batteries in quickly, and was able to get my son taking pictures in moments! This is a great intro camera for any small child. When I think about all the money my parents spent/wasted on my 110 film and developing when I was discovering photography, I'm even more convinced that this is a steal!

The camera holds more pictures than it needs too by FAR (1000 photos) because my son's favorite thing is to download the pictures to the computer and print some of them out!

Overall this is a great camera. It's not complicated to set up or use. It's durable, and actually takes desecent pictures. I recomend this to anyone looking for a camera for a small child!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B in Hawaii on November 9, 2008
After reading the reviews on this camera on K-mart's site, which were better than on Amazon, I decided to give it a try for my 7yo. I tried it out before giving it to him and decided to return it. In some reviews, people said the pictures came out great. Well, it's just a toy and I should not have expected miracles. It seems to be pretty focused, in the very center of some pictures, but all around that it's blurry, other pictures it was just plain fuzzy. I even held the camera very still until it beeped. Sure, you can tell what the picture is of, but it's not worth printing, which is what my son likes to do with his pictures and I don't want to waste money printing up blurry pictures.

It's VERY simple to use and seems to be sturdy. So, if your child is not interested in seeing his pictures in printed form, or you don't mind paying for blurry pictures, and you just want a step up from a fake camera, then this is fine. However, it should cost much less than it goes for. But, if you want your child to get better at taking pictures and enjoy the fruits of their labor, this is not it.
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