Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera, Pink
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- Kid-Tough and built to survive drop, after drop, after drop
- Features easy and child friendly controls
- Features: 1.44 TFT colored screen, Inbuilt memory that stores over 1000 plus picures, 0.3 mega pixel imager, 4x digital zoom
- Enhanced imager for good low light performance
- Add fun special effects with downloadable software
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I just happened to throw it in, when we went to a wedding reception and that kept my son entertained the whole night. I had so many comments about how cute it was that he was taking pictures too. He taught the other kids there, how to use it. They took pictures of each other. It was really interesting to see what he wanted to take pictures of. And, I had some decent pictures of the evening to keep.
As far as the quality of the pictures....not real great. It takes ok in low light. You have to be at just the right distance for it to turn out. Many of the pictures are fuzzy. Part of the fault lies in that a 3-year-old is taking the pictures, but even when I take them, they aren't as good as my adult camera. But that's obvious; it is built as a toy and to withstand a kid dropping it. My son hasn't once asked for the pictures that he took. He doesn't care about that part. He just wants to take the pictures. Much to my dismay, he actually has fun erasing them too. I wanted some of those pictures!!
Don't buy this to get great pictures. Buy it because kids have great fun with it and it teaches them how to handle a real camera in the future. When they prove they are responsible and with your supervision, give them an old camera of yours.
We don't really transfer the images to the computer, but we did it once to test it out, we had no issues & he enjoyed seeing them, but he mostly likes to look through them on his camera, much like he sees me doing, I suppose. If you're into photography and are looking for a way to introduce your kid to it, this camera will do the job and gives them independence to do it on their own without ongoing help from an adult. My son now likes to put it on "his" tripod, which saves me much anxiety as he is no longer trying to handle "my" tripod. . .
For the record, we use it occasional, a few times a month, and it is still running on the initial batteries too!
As far as the quality of the pictures is concerned we have yet to look at the pictures on the computer. I'm sure someday we will but my daughter enjoys taking the pictures so much she never asks to hook it up to see them. She will sometimes review them on the little screen on the camera. I'm not too concerned with the quality of the pictures because I'm not expecting it to take frame worthy pictures. Most of the time my daughter ends up taking pictures of the sky or the ground anyways.
For the price you really can't go wrong. And it really is kid-tough, most of the time it is thrown in the toy box with my daughter's other toys and it doesn't have any noticeable wear to it.
It does not come with a cord to connect it to a computer to download the pictures (and you cannot remove the memory chip as you can in some cameras). But it uses a fairly common mini-USB connector. I happened to have one that fit laying around and it works fine. I've also heard you can pick up cords like that at WalMart. If you are going to buy a cord, it might be a good idea to bring the camera with you since there are many types of mini-USB connectors.