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Lego Pink Digital Camera
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- 3 Megapixel Resolution
- 1.5 Color LCD Screen
- 128MB Internal Memory
- USB Output
- 4x Digital Zoom
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The LEGO digital camera looks like it is built completely from LEGO bricks, but it cant be taken apart. LEGO bricks can be added to the top or bottom of the camera, so kids can integrate it into their buildings and creations. But this is no toy; its a full functioning 3 Megapixel digital camera, featuring a color 1.5 LCD screen. Take high quality photos with the built-in flash, fixed focus and digital zoom. The camera holds up to 80 photos at a time. Let your imagination go wild!
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CONS: only one; the flash is overpowering when up close, and not enough far away. True. But, that is the art of learning photography. Our 6 year old has used the HELL out of this camera and learned when to turn off the flash or adjust her distance. A great teaching tool.
PROS: everything else. This camera is sturdy. The buttons are simple for a 6 year old to learn and use. The screen is nice. It holds a TON of picture. At one point she asked me to put her pics in the computer. There were 186 pictures and it wasn't full!!! Further, data transfer is disgustingly easy! No software needed: just drag and drop.
Another PRO: every time she takes this out, she becomes SUPER-popular. Everyone from other kids to adults want to know how she built a Lego camera, or where to buy it.
Last week for her birthday we took her to LEGOLAND here in Texas. Even the employees asked where in the world she got the camera. She built stuff on and under it while there! She even bought a Lego princess figure and now she sits on the Camera. On that same trip my DSLR battery died so I started using this Lego camera and got some really nice pics with it.
Yea it seems expensive but we feel it was worth it. We have had it for over a year. Its in perfect working order, and its traveled often.
This is a GREAT toy for a kid, really!
To an adult, this camera isn't worth 20 bucks, much less 50. The build quality is solid, and it is neat that you can attach legos to it. However, the flash whites EVERYTHING out and the view finder is dark as all get out.
One nice feature is that the base of the camera and parts of the top are real Lego blocks, which means a child could build the camera into a Lego structure.
I would not negatively review a product on that basis, getting a random lemon, if not for:
-- it being obvious that this is a really really low-end camera. It is very cheaply built, very lightweight. Pix were terrible, blurry and with a bad flash brightening only one part of the snap.
-- the high price vs the dreadful quality; this is a $20 item at best
-- the terrible response we received from "Digital Blue."
After some useless and not particularly polite non-responses from the "Digital Blue" people, I ended up writing to Lego to suggest they re-consider their subsidiaries. This camera is NOT Lego-level quality.