VTech Kidizoom Action Cam 180o (Frustration Free Packaging)
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- Take photos and records videos on the go
- Take selfies or shoot videos with exciting features like slow and fast-motion using the 180° rotatable camera
- Use included accessories to mount the camera to your bike, skateboard and more and take great action shots. Add the all-weather, water-resistant case for use up to 6' underwater
- Includes two platform-style games and one augmented reality game for even more fun
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From the manufacturer
- Waterproof Case
- Bike Mount
- Mounting Attachment with Adhesive Flat Mount
- Micro-USB Cable
- Wrist Strap
For Videos and Photos on the Go
Capture your adventures from every angle! Rotate the camera 180 degrees to record the action or take awesome selfies. Use the included accessories for activities like swimming, biking, sledding, skateboarding and more!
Fun Camera Effects
Take photos using the 180 degree rotatable camera and get creative with photo effects, frames and filters. Shoot videos with exciting features like slow and fast-motion.
Upload, Charge, Store & More
Upload pictures to your computer or charge the battery. Use a microSD card (class 6 or above) to store even more photos and videos! (Card not included).
For even more fun, play three games, including Forest Quest, an augmented reality game that has you use the camera to target mysterious creatures with your local environment as the background.
Make a splash! Use up to six feet underwater with the all-weather waterproof case.
Go for a ride! Includes a bike mount that attaches to most bicycles for pictures and videos on the go.
Take it on the go! Use the adhesive flat mount and mounting attachment to attach the camera to bike helmets, skateboards or almost any flat surface.
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Capture your adventures wherever you are with the Kidizoom action Cam 180 by VTech. The 180° rotatable camera lets you take photos and selfies, plus shoot videos with fun features like slow and fast-motion. Use the included accessories to mount the camera to your bike, skateboard and more while taking great action shots anytime, anywhere. Add the all-weather, water-resistant case for use up to six feet underwater. For even more fun, play one of the three included games. Get in on the action with the Kidizoom action Cam 180.
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I asked my young nephew to set this up (he's 10), and he didn't even need to look at the instruction booklet. The camera and all the parts came well packed in a box that highlights some of the cameras features. The USB cord we almost threw out because it was tucked under one of the flap of the box, and neither of us saw the small writing on the side that said that is where the cord was located. He immediately began shooting short videos and taking pictures with this camera. One of his favorite things about this camera is how he can apply crazy effects to pictures. Though he tried out the three games that come included on the camera, he wasn't nearly as interested in them as he was in taking all the imagery he could. We ended up getting a micro SD card to give him extra memory storage for the videos. The camera software is compatible with Macs and PCs, so it's easy to download images and videos off of the camera and store them. It would be nice to have a way to delete the included video games if your child wasn't interested in playing them as maybe they could use that extra memory for more pics or videos.
The waterproof case lives up to its name, and being able to take the camera into the water with him at the pool made him the center of attention as other kids gathered around him to see what kinds of things this camera could do under water. The case also protects the camera from bumps, drops, dirt, soda, crumbs, pets, being stepped on - pretty much anything that can kill a regular (and a lot more expensive) camera but that happens with younger kids. While the case is on, you can't move the 180 degree lens, but it's a minor inconvenience. The cover removes and reattaches pretty easily and requires no special tools. I would have liked to have seen a cinching clip or something similar on the wrist strap to help keep it from sliding off a small wrist. We added a carabiner to the strap so that our nephew could then clip it to his belt loop. The included clips to attach the camera like a GoPro to bike or scooter handlebars can be used in other ways. While out playing at a skate park, he and his friends attached the camera to one of the railings so they could record themselves skating. He was also able to attach it to quite a few other things like the safety bars on fair ridges, his toy RC truck, various things on the playground, the dog's collar, you name it. He's been having a blast using this while staying with us for his summer vacation.
Though this isn't the most advanced camera out there, it still takes decent pics and videos. If your child is active and/or hard on their belongings, this VTech camera is a great choice for giving them a way to capture their adventures. Unlike a regular digital camera, this little guy (when in the case) can take a pretty good beating or dunking and not break. Until your child is old enough and responsible enough to take care of a more expensive and delicate piece of equipment, this camera is a wonderful way to let them develop their interest.
EDIT: Okay, the above comments were my original feelings about the camera. A couple of months later now, I have to concede that my daughter loves this thing. It has a simple charm that really appeals to kids. She takes hundreds of pictures, makes videos all the time, even does some crazy stop action animation with it that we put together on the computer. Although I originally complained about the low resolution, small image files can be an advantage; with a micro sd card the storage is effectively limitless. The movable lens is also a very clever invention that may be unique to this camera--you can move from a self-portrait to standard camera view within the same video. Since it rotates 180 degrees, you can get any angle in between, even point it at the ceiling for laughs.
When we saw this on we thought maybe they had improved the camera quality but they did not. I have uploaded what was actually one of the best most clear and most focused photos she took with it (of our dog). The megapixels for still shots on the Kidizoom is just so lacking at 0.3, the digital sensor must just be so tiny. The megapixels for videos depending ons your file size settings is 1.3, still really low, but this camera is obviously intended for videos not photos. We were not impressed with video quality either. I also tried to upload a short video she took of a crab while we were boating the San Juan's last summer, this was one of the most clear videos she has taken.
In the end we decided to get her an iPod Touch as it takes way way way better photos and videos and can do so much more. I understand this may not be an option for younger smaller kids.
There are only two reasons to get a Kidizoom, the waterproof case for underwater shooting, and the mounting stuff that allows for the kind of stuff you'd want a GoPro for. That being said, accessories such as these are readily available for iPods really rendering this camera useless. Since we do not yet have any of these accessories for an iPod she still gets use out of this camera under water and that's about it.
So I have been looking for a kid friendly camera. This thing is amazing. My 3 year old can operate it fairly well on her own, and it gives her independence from me helping her take pictures. She takes pictures of her baby brother, our dogs, her toys, her toes, trees, sticks, ants, leaves, he wall, the floor (you can see where I am going with this). Such a great thing to entertain her and help her explore and improve on spatial knowledge, hand-eye coordination, etc.
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