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VTech Kidizoom Camera Connect, Blue (Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- Real 1.3 megapixel kids camera with 4x digital zoom and 3 included games
- 128 MB internal memory stores up to 1000 photos; camera comes with a micro SD slot for memory expansion
- This kids digital camera comes with both voice and video recording; videos also record sound
- Take photos with funny stamps, borders, or silly photo effects; change recorded voices with 5 voice changers
- PC and Apple compatible in mass storage mode, connects to VTech Learning Lodge on your computer to store and send photos; includes USB cable.
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The Kidizoom Camera Connect from VTech turns your child into the family photographer. This real 1.3 megapixel kids' camera comes with a 4x digital zoom. Your child will take digital pictures with special built-in photo effects and even record video movies with sound. Watch your child's creativity come alive.
4-in-1 Endless Photo Fun
The Kidizoom Camera Connect equips your child to take and edit digital photos, make movies and play games. Offering 4x digital zoom for 4x the fun, your child will become an instant photographer and movie director with the press of a button. Take and edit photos with wacky effects, shoot video movies with sound and even play three cool games right on the camera. This kids' camera has an easy-to-use viewfinder and a design that's safe and durable for kids. With storage of approximately 800 photos, an expandable memory and the ability to connect to a computer, your child can easily keep all of their creations so they can be treasured by the family forever. Save and send pics on a PC and share with friends! This fun camera for kids also connects to VTech's Learning Lodge for extra downloadable photo effects and creative apps. Smile and say "cheese".
- Kids' camera features a real 1.3 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom
- 1.8” color screen and easy-to-use viewfinder
- Take photos and edit with fun, silly effects
- Also records video and voice
- Features 5 voice-changing effects
- Comes with 3 fun games that develop creativity, logic skills and memory
- Free animation maker is available for download
- Connects to the VTech Learning Lodge for extra downloadable apps and features
- 128MB internal memory stores approximately 800 photos
- Memory expands with a microSD card (not included)
- USB cable included
- Compatitble with PC and Macintosh
From the Manufacturer
Say cheese with the Kidizoom Camera Connect by VTech. Take real pictures or direct movies with this 1.3 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom lens. Your child can get creative as they edit photos with wacky effects or play three fun photo and memory games. PC and Mac compatible, connect the camera with the included USB cable to store and send special photos and videos. Let your child capture and create their own favorite memories with the Kidizoom Camera Connect.
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Top customer reviews
The navigation menu is very easy for the little ones to pick up on. Kids quickly learn that they can press the house button and be brought to the navigation menu that will allow them to use the little joystick to navigate over the different camera options. The camera options include: Camera, Video Recorder, Playback, Voice Recorder, Downloads, Games, Creative Tools (includes a photo editor and animation maker), and settings.
The camera is only 1.3 megapixel so you're not going to get pictures that you can blow up and hang in your living room. For most, I really don't think that will be a big disappointment. Unless your child is a budding Ansel Adams chances are their camera will be filled with a lot of pictures of carpets, walls, and blurred figures until they learn they need to remain stationary while taking pictures. Even then I think you'll find the 1.3 megapixel perfectly adequate.
I'm pretty sure my kids don't know the meaning of the word off so I really appreciate that there is an automatic shutoff on the camera that shuts the camera off after a couple minutes of non use.
So far both my boys love this camera!
My 6 year old likes to play Newscaster and make little news report videos with the movie function. We are still getting lots of shots of the carpet and walls from my 3 year old. He hasn't quite figured out that there is a split second delay from the time that he presses the shutter button til the time the picture is captured.
Both boys LOVE playing with the effects and the games!
Disclosure: I received this product at no cost to myself for review purposes. I am not required to give a positive review. All opinions are honest and are my own.
And this is $30. You actually CAN do worse than this camera for that money.
Some technical notes:
There aren't any pictures of this, but the bottom of the camera contains rubber ports for the mini-USB connector and a microSDHC slot.
When plugged into a computer, the camera (and any microSD cards inside) appear as USB Mass Storage devices, which means it works with pretty much any operating system from the last 15 years; the images are in the DCIM folder like any other digital camera, so most photo software will recognize it as a camera.
The pictures are 1.3 megapixel 1280x960 jpeg format images, roughly 100-400 kilobytes each, which I suspect are upscaled from 640x480 images. The only picture-taking option is to switch to 0.3 megapixel 640x480 images; it really is just point-and-shoot. The videos are 160x120 motion jpegs with 22 khz PCM sound in an AVI container, which means pretty much anything from the last 15 years will be able to play them.
The interface uses a 4-way joystick, an on/off button, a delete button, two shoulder buttons for zooming in and out (or, if you're not in the camera function, raising and lowering the volume) and a shutter button on the top, where it is on other cameras. I particularly like that pressing the camera button from any screen (except video, where it begins taking the video) will bring you to the camera. That will make it very easy for a little kid to take pictures without much fuss. There's a 1.8" low-resolution (probably 160x120) LCD screen in the middle of the back that can be used as a viewfinder (and to play games), or kids can aim by looking through the twin optical viewfinders at the top.
In short: It's very much a real camera, and I'll update this review once it's in the hands of my nephew to find out what an actual kid thinks of it.