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Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera - Pink
Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera - Pink
Fisher-Price Kid Tough Digital Camera Toys - new version sure have evolved. This cute, pink camera with flower decals and a two-eye view finder is actually an ultra-durable, digital camera that your daughter will love. With a 1.6" color LCD preview screen, she can view, sort, delete, or store up to 60 pictures at a time. When she's found her favorite pictures, help her connect the included USB cord into the computer. The camera is compatible with Windows 2000/ME/XP/VISTA and Macintosh. Then, just follow the easy steps to print her picture show. Your daughter's going to love this gift.

Let your children show you the world through their eyes with the Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera. This innovative toy is a real digital camera designed to be sturdy enough and simple enough for kids as young as three years of age to use. This digital camera is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Children's Technology Review's 2006 Editor's Choice, and the Parents Magazine 2006 Best Toys of the Year.


Simply plug the camera into your computer and download the pictures. View larger.


Fisher Price's kid-tough construction makes this digital camera sturdy. View larger.
Designed for Little Hands
The Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera provides a great outlet for your children's creativity and offers them a fun, simple introduction to both photography and digital technology. Featuring the trademark Fisher Price "kid-tough" construction, this fully functional digital camera is sturdy enough and safe enough for small children. It's also designed to make picture-taking as easy as possible for little ones, with big, easy-to-use control buttons and a two-eye view finder. Dual handgrips make a steady shot easier for little hands to manage. The camera also has a 1.6-inch color LCD display, just like a grown-up's camera, where pictures can be viewed instantly. Your children can take pictures at the park or zoo, or, thanks to the automatic flash, their next party.
Works with your Home Computer
The camera has 8 megabytes of memory, which can store up to 60 pictures. You can purchase larger memory cards to increase the memory. Once your child fills up the memory card, simply plug the camera into your computer and download the pictures for printing or for using in photo art programs. The camera includes 1.3 interpolated megapixels or 640-by-480 resolution for 4-by-6-inch prints. It is compatible with Macintosh and with Windows 2000 or later. The camera requires four AA batteries; it comes with one lithium CR2032 battery.
What's in the Box
Pink camera, USB cord, lithium CR2032 battery, and wrist strap.

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Day 80: A Journey Through My Cameras...
Day 80: A Journey Through My Cameras...
March 21, 2011 That's about all the ground that my camera collection covers. Let's go back through time and cover Becca's camera history. In late 2007 (or maybe early 2008) I bought my first camera that was ever my own. It was an $80 crappy-quality Sanyo (of all the brands... x).) digital camera. At the time, It was all I could afford (being 15 and jobless). I bought it with my upcoming summer to Spain in mind. I didn't want to go to Spain and not have any photos to show for it. No way. That trip was when my love for photography really kicked off. I always had a love for it, but I could never really deliver anything whatsoever without a camera! About a year after that (the Sanyo eventually broke, of course, so it had to be replaced...), I got my next camera - a Kodak Z1012 IS. It was one of the first bridge cameras that I had ever seen and I still remember now, falling in love with it. At the time I was avid about my volunteer work at the humane society. So, before I got to the animal shelter, I had my mother take me to Wal-Mart and pick up the camera. I opened it right then and there and I remember taking photos all day of the animals and random things as well. There is no comparison to the feeling I get when opening up the box that leads me to a new camera. None. Kodak or Canon, whatever the case. At the end of last year (late 2010), a few friends of mine and I went to Goodwill, and I found two of my favourite possessions to this day. A Canon AF35mm film camera, and an old school Polaroid Job Pro instant camera. I got both the cameras collectively for 3 dollars... THREE! I'm still excited about this! Then there's my T3i... My Kodak stopped working properly quiiiiite a while ago. But it was the beginning of last summer that I decided I was going to have to get a new camera soon. At the time I had no idea what I wanted, another bridge camera or should I take a leap? The thought wasn't on my mind all that much simply because I spent last summer working my butt off with two jobs and attempting to keep up with cello. Towards the end of the summer, it definitely came back though and the search continued on. I waited 10 months for my T3i. Obviously, I got it figured out what I was going to get. I decided to take a leap and I am OH-SOOOO-GLAD I did. :). /ramblefest Oh, and it's SOOC.
My annoying camera
My annoying camera
This is the camera I take most of my pictures with but it is really annoying in so many ways. Battery life too short Lens has bad barrel distortion The lens is prone to internal condensation The lens is difficult to clean The lens does not have a thread so it can be protected with a washable UV filter Optical viewfinder is inaccurate LCD viewfinder is impossible to see in bright light Camera has to be held at arms' length in order to see viewfinder which is an unstable position Sensor cannot cope with a wide contrast range in the subject. Light tones tend to burn out. Difficult to take sharp pictures at less than 1/100th of a second, partly due to slippery shape and partly viewfinder problem. Combination of LED viewfinding and other delays means camera is slow off the mark. Poor build quality - casing has become scratched and dented. But because it is easily pocketable I can take it everywhere but if I want to take a decent picture I use my Leica M with film. Does anyone have any suggestions. I ruled out the digital Leica M8 not just on grounds of cost but because the sensor is not full size and you lose a focal length ie the 35 mm lens has 50 mm coverage. It seems to me that the whole design of these cameras needs a rethink. Possibly something with waist-level viewfinding, a hood to keep the sun off, a magnifier, and perhaps a square format as one can always crop later. It might end up looking like a miniature Hasselblad, though there is no particular need for a Hasselblad price.

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