VTech - Kidizoom Digital Camera
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- Real 1.3 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom
- Includes 3 games
- 128 MB internal memory stores up to 1000 photos
- Take photos with funny stamps, borders, or silly photo effects
- Video recording with sound
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80-122700 Features: -64MB Built-In memory.-Photo editor.-Two games.-Stores 400 photos.-Add 12 silly frames and stamps or two Kaleidoscope effects.-Batteries: 4xAA (not included). Includes: -Includes USB cable to connect to PC. Construction: -Rubberized construction.
From the Manufacturer
Your child can become the family photographer with the Kidizoom Camera from Vtech. Offering up four times the fun, this digital camera allows your child to take photos, edit photos, make movies and play games.4-in-1 Endless Fun
In camera mode, your child can either look through the viewfinders or look at the LCD screen as they capture their photos. You child can add a photo frame, stamp, or special effect to the photo. In movie mode, your child can take digital movies and then play the movie that was just recorded. For extra fun, animation frames can be added before recording begins. In photo editor, kids can add photo frames, stamps, funny faces, and special effects to a photo.
Three games are built into Kidizoom Camera. Photo Swirl will challenge kids to fix as many pictures as possible within the time limit. Photos from the camera are used in the game, so kids can take more photos to make the game extra fun. In the Penguin Path game, kids can help the penguin mama find the path to the fish by memorizing the sequence of the arrows, and guiding the penguin mama by repeating the sequence. After each correct answer, the sequence will become longer and harder to memorize. In the Puppet Show game, kids can select a face or take a picture to make the puppet character. Once the music starts to play, arrows will start to appear on the screen and kids must press the cursor buttons to make the puppet dance in each direction before the arrows disappear.Additional Features
To preserve battery life, the Kidizoom Camera will automatically turn off after 3 minutes without input. You can also change the language shown in Kidizoom Camera. Available languages include English, Spanish, and French.System Requirements
You can connect the Kidizoom Camera to a PC or Mac computer using a standard mini B USB cable (not included). Once connected, you can transfer files between the camera and computer. Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 Operating System or Macintosh Computer with Mac OS X version 10.5 or 10.6 are supported.What’s in the Box
- Vtech Kidizoom Camera
- Wrist strap
- User’s manual
- Note: USB cable is not included
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Poor quality image
Very small viewing screen
Slow response with options and menus
Slow recovery between shots
Overall a chore to use
Drains batteries like a boss. This thing costs more to use for 3 weeks than the actual item itself.
Consider buying your child a used pocket camera. If they are old enough to use this VTech properly, they are old enough to begin using a regular camera. And if you get one cheap enough, you wont be worried about it breaking...which you may be surprised at how well your child takes care of it.
I encourage you to give your child a camera that points and shoots well enough for them to experiment with. It is great fun to see what catches their interest. You may even be surprised at some of the great shots they take!
The camera seems to be tough but I asked my son to try not to let it drop into the floor because I have my doubts.
I got an USB cable (not included)and downloaded all vids and pics to the PC to see what my kid made a portrait of. All his Pixar's Cars collection is there but barely can find a clear pic since the 90% of the shots were fuzzy or very fuzzy. Of course...you can't expect for a kid taking pictures without shaking his hands...but come on! what would you expect from a camera toy! If you want good picture quality better click to electronics department.
Good buy for the price. What I'm wondering is if it would worth to add some more $ and try the other brand with drop proof...Ok, by now Vtech seems to be a good choice since it includes 3 videogames that my kid enjoys a lot! I will let you know in a couple of week, or months...or years (hope so!)
My only complaint is that last month when I ordered it for $29, it shipped from Amazon with free super saver shipping. We have another grandchild turning 5 in a few weeks and are ordering another, but now it is only available from a company that charges $10 more for the camera and $5 shipping, so I'm paying $15 more for the same thing 1 month later. I buy a lot online and usually go straight to Amazon but I'm going to look for it on other websites before I order.
Having to hold the power button for three seconds to activate it, the extremely (ridiculous) tiny LCD screen for viewing just taken photos and the relatively poor quality of the photos are huge drawbacks.
You get what you pay for and I am not unsure that we didn't get that here. But I would have paid a little more to have an LCD screen my daughter (or anyone) could see. Kids are completely used to looking immediately at digital pictures that were just taken, they do it on our cameras and our camera phones. But this screen is too small and frustrating for them to preview anything they took on.
It is fairly easy to use, although I think it might take my son some time to figure out all the buttons and games. My only complaint with ease of use is that the buttons could have been a little bigger and maybe had a picture or something on them to help younger kids know what to push. Also, I don't like that the picture doesn't show up for a few seconds after you take it like on most digital cameras, and then you have to push a bunch of buttons to get to where you can review the pictures. My son doesn't know how to do that yet so I always have to help him see what he takes.
It is a cute camera though and easy for his little hands to hold. I saw a lot of reviews complaining about picture quality, but I bought this as a toy for my 3 year old so we don't care too much about that. He is taking real pictures and that is good enough for him. I would compare the picture quality to a cell phone probably. (An older one, not a iphone!).
Overall we really like this, especially for the price.
He also likes the music and dances to it (suppossed to be for a game). He has dropped it numerous times and even stuffed Mac and cheese into the lesn area of the camera of which we were able to clean. The main purpose of buying it was so that he would try and use our more expensive cameras. Also it is nice that it has two eye viewfinders, as toddlers are not used to only looking into one. You can also see what you are taking a pic of on the LCD screen. The batteries seem to go quick so if you go on a trip for a few days, I would recommend taking an extra set. The battery area is not secured with a screw, so easier for kids to open though.