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VTech Kidizoom Digital Camera

Toy Box: VTech Kidizoom Digital Camera

Every time I take a picture of my five-year-old niece, she immediately wants to see the results. She's part of a generation born into immediate gratification. If she had it her way, she'd have her lil hands on one of these VTech Kidizoom Cameras ($70) made for pint-sized shutterflies. The price is a little daunting, but there's more to this camera than meets the lens.

The Kidizoom holds up to 120 still images or five minutes of video. When your loved one wants to take a break from all of her snapshots, she can play up to three video games that come with a set of headphones.

The camera is recommended for children age three years and up. And unlike most digital cameras, this one only requires four AAA batteries, which makes it easy to manage. Made of durable plastic with large buttons and viewfinders, the gadget is more than kid-friendly.

Who knows, you might have a lil Annie Liebowitz on your hands!

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Greggie Greggie 8 years
I haven't heard any good reviews about any child camera, both with the quality of the picture and the ease of taking it. I just let my kids play with my regular one (which isn't much more expensive than the kids' ones anyway) and delete stuff. My younger son is a born photographer, though. Also, a lot of digital cameras can use regular batteries, they just don't last very long. ;) Same goes for the kids' ones, the batteries run out fairly quickly.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I haven't heard any good reviews about any child camera, both with the quality of the picture and the ease of taking it.I just let my kids play with my regular one (which isn't much more expensive than the kids' ones anyway) and delete stuff. My younger son is a born photographer, though.Also, a lot of digital cameras can use regular batteries, they just don't last very long. ;) Same goes for the kids' ones, the batteries run out fairly quickly.
Asia84 Asia84 8 years
this would be cute for my niece, 8,(that way she can leave my camera alone!). but she's old enough to want to see the images clearly. so if it doesn't produce clear photos, then it's a ripe. But my other niece, 4, would love it becuz she just wants to immitate someone taking pics. she can care less. better than all those damn Elmos she gets ever xmas.
Asia84 Asia84 8 years
this would be cute for my niece, 8,(that way she can leave my camera alone!). but she's old enough to want to see the images clearly. so if it doesn't produce clear photos, then it's a ripe.But my other niece, 4, would love it becuz she just wants to immitate someone taking pics. she can care less. better than all those damn Elmos she gets ever xmas.
jennifer76 jennifer76 8 years
Wow, this is 0.3 megapixels!? The FP is 1.3 megapixels. Yikes. I wonder if I should just buy him a cheapy digicam that he may or may not break, but that will take better than phone quality pictures...?
jennifer76 jennifer76 8 years
Hmm...I just bought the Fisher Price one. I didn't even think to check the megapixel numbers. I should compare the two. Thanks!
lollypoppers lollypoppers 8 years
Last year my son received the Fisher Price version of this camera. We were very disappointed with the quality of the images, which were so pixelated we couldn't tell what he had taken a pic of. In short, i would check to see the number of megabytes (or kb) per image.
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