Vivitar Vivicam V46 Digital Camera Purple
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- 1.5 LCD
- SD Card Slot
- 4 MegaPixels
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|External Memory Included||No|
|Flash Memory Type||SD|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||4 MP|
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I chose this camera because it was cheap, it's has video and because it's purple. No, I don't have a thing for purple but I was taking it on a remote camping trip into the desert and it would be easier to find than a dark colored one in my tent or backpack. I didn't want to take my good camera or my phone out for fear of the dust killing them.
First: things that are no fault of the camera, just stuff I found frustrating. This camera doesn't have a flash. I know, maybe read the label or take a closer look. It didn't occur to be to look because since when doesn't even the basic camera have a flash? Second, no sound on the video. Not a big deal, most cheap ones don't but I'm just putting it out there. Better you not be surprised or disappointed. I knew the view window was tiny but you don't realize just how tiny until you're trying to look at your photo you just took. Which brings me to the fact that you can't see it anyway because of the low quality screen. It didn't matter what kind of light I was in or where I was, you couldn't see more than an outline of anything on that screen.
Now on to why this camera gets no love from me. The real issue with this camera was the blue hue that was cast on all my photos. It looked like I was photographing through blue film. Was the purple colored shell suppose to clue me in? Is it a novelty camera? It's not a little color, it's a lot. My brother in law is highly skilled in photoshop and even he couldn't get rid of the tint and make the photo look natural.Read more ›
Does Not Work. It lets you take 1 photo before you're out of memory without an SD card (to be expected) but once you put in a SD card it doesn't seem to recognize it, and the whole camera goes batcrap stupid. I attempted troubleshooting this problem but the camera ran out of batteries after less than 5 minutes of fiddling. I put new batteries in, with a different SD card and now all I get is a white screen (if it turns on) or a black screen (if it won't)
I did NOT expect a good camera for 20 dollars, but did expect a crappy camera that would turn on and take a photo at fairly low quality. This is what I wanted, and expected. My expectations were incredibly low for this product, and somehow it still managed to be entirely disappointing.
My classic Brownie Bullet was better than this. Really! I loved it, compared to lousy cheap digital cams of today!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I only had this for a week when it fell out of my pocket into the toilet so I never got to give it a good try.Published 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
Horrible camera. Bad image quality and my daughter (6 & 1/2) used it for about 2 weeks before it simply stopped powering on(yes it's been charged fully).Published 4 months ago by Knight
I was looking for a simple camera to operate without a flash so that I could take pictures inside art museums that don't allow a flash, and also to take pictures while fishing and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer