The Fisher Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera is
tough enough and easy enough for kids to use all by themselves! Two-eye viewing
makes it easy for kids to look through the viewfinder; sturdy dual hand grips
help them steady their shot; big buttons are easy for their little hands to
press. Controls are simple to follow-there's even a built-in auto flash-and the
color LCD preview screen lets kids instantly see the pictures they've taken.
Stores up to 500 pictures with 64 MB of internal memory. With a simple USB
connection, kids can even download their pictures to your computer for editing,
printing, or e-mailing! FEATURES: * Two image resolution settings: 0.3 and 1.3
interpolated (640 x 480 resolution) megapixels for 4" x 6" prints * Two-eye
viewfinder and 1.5" color LCD screen let kids easily see and preview images *
Compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Apple Mac OSX, Apple
The Kid Tough Digital Camera from Fisher-Price is rugged enough
to go everywhere your child goes. With two-eye viewing, sturdy grips and a
built-in flash, this real digital camera is designed to survive being dropped,
and it is waterproof to protect against spills and splashes. This camera is a
perfect way for kids ages three and up to document all their favorite things.
viewing and a built-in flash make picture taking easy (shown in blue). View
will love documenting their world (photo taken with the Kid Tough camera).
buttons are perfect for little hands (shown in blue).
The Good: Durable, easy way for kids to experience
The Bad: May seem bulky in little hands
Nutshell: This Fisher-Price camera really is Kid Tough.
Ages: 3 and up
Requires: Four AAA batteries
to Start Taking Pictures
An adult will need to use a screwdriver to install
the four AAA batteries before kids get their hands on this camera. With a
textured button on the front that releases the shutter, and large buttons on the
back that let little hands turn the camera on and off, browse through pictures,
and delete images, this camera is so easy to use that you don't even need
The fun, brightly colored body helps distinguish this camera
from boring adult models, making it an instant favorite.
Kids can pick between using the live view on a 1.5-inch color LCD
preview screen or looking through the two-eye viewer when taking pictures. The
preview screen also lets kids look at pictures the moment after they take them.
With a built-in flash that automatically illuminates darkened scenes, and a
shutter noise that makes it easy to know when a picture has been taken, kids are
sure to be delighted by their images.
The 64 MB built-in memory stores up to
500 pictures and eliminates the need for handling fragile and expensive memory
cards. Two image resolution settings, 0.3 and 1.3 interpolated mega pixels, let
kids take tons of pictures and make 4 x 6-inch prints.
Fun, Durable Way to
With its big rubberized grips and sturdy construction,
we found this camera lived up to its incredibly durable reputation. Able to
easily withstand being dropped again and again and waterproof for 30 minutes in
up to three feet of water, this camera can handle the rough reality of active
The heavy-duty construction that makes this camera so durable also
made it seem somewhat bulky for little hands, but this didn't prevent kids from
wanting to take it on all their adventures.
Older children and adults may be
disappointed by the image quality, but higher resolutions would allow less
pictures to be stored and decrease the amount of fun children have with this
camera. Kids quickly find that there's plenty of resolution for exercising
creative urges and documenting the wonders of everyday life.
comes with a USB cable so pictures can be downloaded quickly and easily for
editing and viewing. It is compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows
Vista, Apple Mac OSX, Apple Mac OS9 and requires a USB port 1.1 or higher for
What's in the Box
Kid Tough Camera, USB cable,
I have 4 different cameras, but the one that I
always trust to give to my daughter, one that I think every family should own,
is my waterproof Olympus camera. She has dropped it on cement, dunked it, pretty
much abused it, and it keeps on ticking. My daughter doesnt' really talk like
that. Darn kid gets her goofiness from her mom. :)