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Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera, Blue
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- Built to survive drop, after drop, after drop
- Features easy and child friendly controls
- Features: 1.44 TFT colored screen, Inbuilt memory that stores over 2000+picures, 0.3 mega pixel imager, 4x digital zoom
- Enhanced imager for good low light performance
- Add fun special effects with downloadable software
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It's a real digital camera that's kid friendly and built to survive, drop after drop after drop. Features easy & child friendly controls with a new sleek design. Kids can take pictures and view them instantly on the color screen. Inbuilt memory stores up to 2000 pictures, 4X digital zoom, dual eye viewfinder, enhanced imager for good low light performance, and downloadable PC based software for special effects (stampers, frames, etc.). Requires 4 AAA (LR03) Alkaline 1.5V. Not Included. Please dispose of batteries safely. 3-7 Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Mac is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Built tough enough for kids—and now even better! This kid-tough camera is a real digital camera that's tough enough to stand up to the ways kids play and the places they go. Now it has even more features, for better pictures in more situations! For children ages 3 years and up.
Easy to hold and has big buttons perfect for preschoolers to press!
Survives drop after drop after drop.
The Kid-Tough Digital Camera is the perfect size for little hands to hold. This camera features sturdy, dual hand grips for steady shots and big buttons that are easy for preschoolers to press. The two-eye viewing is easy for kids to look through and allows them to see exactly what they are taking a picture of. This camera has a large 1.4” color screen that lets kids see pictures they’ve taken—instantly! In addition, the 4X digital zoom feature lets kids get a close up shot!
Download Photos to Your Computer
The Kid-Tough Digital Camera stores over 2,000 pictures and has 256 MB built-in memory. Once these photos are downloaded onto your computer – kids can edit the photos by adding stamps, frames, and more with the PC based downloadable photo editor software. Not only does this camera allow preschoolers to have their very own camera – it allows them to use their creativity to make each photo special with their own artistic touch. Once photos are saved on your computer they can be deleted off the camera to make room for more picture-taking adventures!
Kid-Tough and Built to Last!
The Kid Tough Digital Camera is a preschooler's very own digital camera that makes it easy for them to take and view pictures. Now, preschoolers can join in on the fun of taking pictures and parents can feel assured that the Kid-Tough Digital Camera is built to last and survive drop after drop after drop!
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Kid-Tough Digital Camera and instructions.
The Kid-Tough Digital Camera comes in two different colors!
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|Item Dimensions||2.31 x 5.12 x 3.23 in||5.97 x 1.97 x 3.36 in||1 x 1 x 1 in||2.3 x 6.4 x 3.6 in||3.22 x 6.22 x 1.92 in||7.48 x 3.11 x 8.46 in|
Top customer reviews
I just happened to throw it in, when we went to a wedding reception and that kept my son entertained the whole night. I had so many comments about how cute it was that he was taking pictures too. He taught the other kids there, how to use it. They took pictures of each other. It was really interesting to see what he wanted to take pictures of. And, I had some decent pictures of the evening to keep.
As far as the quality of the pictures....not real great. It takes ok in low light. You have to be at just the right distance for it to turn out. Many of the pictures are fuzzy. Part of the fault lies in that a 3-year-old is taking the pictures, but even when I take them, they aren't as good as my adult camera. But that's obvious; it is built as a toy and to withstand a kid dropping it. My son hasn't once asked for the pictures that he took. He doesn't care about that part. He just wants to take the pictures. Much to my dismay, he actually has fun erasing them too. I wanted some of those pictures!!
Don't buy this to get great pictures. Buy it because kids have great fun with it and it teaches them how to handle a real camera in the future. When they prove they are responsible and with your supervision, give them an old camera of yours.
Takes really good pictures but in BRIGHT LIGHT ONLY. When my son goes outside the pictures he takes look pretty good.
Batteries last long
You can hook up a USB cable and download the pictures onto your PC.
Holds over 500 pictures that allows him to snap away all day.
Takes terrible pictures in Low Light conditions. If you try to take a picture just using typical room lighting you will get an almost unrecognizable blurry result.
No Flash!!! Come on Fisher price in this day and age of simple LED flashes you could have fixed the number one issue for just $2 more on the price.
We don't really transfer the images to the computer, but we did it once to test it out, we had no issues & he enjoyed seeing them, but he mostly likes to look through them on his camera, much like he sees me doing, I suppose. If you're into photography and are looking for a way to introduce your kid to it, this camera will do the job and gives them independence to do it on their own without ongoing help from an adult. My son now likes to put it on "his" tripod, which saves me much anxiety as he is no longer trying to handle "my" tripod. . .
For the record, we use it occasional, a few times a month, and it is still running on the initial batteries too!