Friday, December 10, 2010
HELLO KITTY - 7.1 Megapixel Digital Camera
Lego Pink Digital Camera
Disney Pix Jr. Princess Digital Camera
Disney Pix Click Hannah Montana Digital Camera
See more girls digital cameras including iCarly, Dora, The Cheetah Girls and more ... just click link: More Girls Digital Cameras
Wednesday, October 06, 2010
Fisher Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera for Boys
VTech Kidizoom Camera
Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse 1.3MP Pix Junior
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Discovery Digital Camera Watch $17.47
This child digital camera is an exclusive to the Discovery Channel Store. This miniature camera is the perfect playmate for future-spies! You can snap pictures discretely and easily while checking the time. Cutting edge technology allows you to secretly take photos and upload them to the computer. Email photos or use as a web cam. Takes up to 152 pictures, photo editing and spy cam software included. Also includes: USB connector cable, CD-ROM software, User Manual and 1 year warranty.
Friday, June 26, 2009
When buying a child digital camera, you are looking at a lot of the same functions and features as you would be on an adult digital camera. The difference is, you have to make sure your child digital camera comes with such options as a flash, zoom and expandable memory that you may be used to being standard in a regular camera. Then there are the things you are not used to looking for; one or two eye viewing, big simple buttons and an extra tough outer shell that will take a beating.
Monday, November 17, 2008
This diving mask with built in digital camera that also takes video looks like alot of fun in the pool or ocean!
Learn more about the Digital Underwater Camera & Video Diving Mask
Sunday, September 14, 2008
After that frustrating ordeal, I handed the camera to my 2 year old niece and let her run around with it. Now I know the Crayola camera is for kids 3 and up but my niece was over and since she sees me using a camera all the time I thought she might understand the concept. At first she was having a lot of fun running around and making everyone say cheese and even held the child’s digital camera in the general direction of the person or animal she was trying to photograph. All photo taking stopped however when she discovered the power button had a funny little noise. Next thing I know she was intrigued by the noise the delete button made and all her photos were gone! Got her to take a couple more photos for my review of the child digital camera and then quickly retrieved the camera before she erased those too!
I have software that records your desktop and wanted to record the install process for the Crayola digital camera review but after having problems, I thought maybe it was from running the two programs at the same time, so I stopped the recording. I finished the install wizard on the CD and restarted my computer as prompt but when the computer restarted there was no icon and I could not find the program listed anywhere. I went through the install process once again with the same result. I decided to try just hooking up the Crayola child digital camera to my PC and hope it would recognize that it was a camera and at least I could get the photos off the camera to show the quality of the pictures. I hooked the USB cord up and the kid camera’s LCD screen started to glow and my computer chimed like it was recognized but did not react or list a device in my computer panel. I tried to turn the child digital camera off but it did not respond. I unplugged the Crayola camera from the PC and the camera’s LCD screen continued to glow and would not shut off. Frustrated, I left it glowing on my desk overnight only to find it with dead batteries in the morning. Long story short, I repeated the entire process with the same results, from changing the batteries to the camera lying on my desk over night, unable to turn itself off, finding it with dead batteries again in the morning.
I thought of trying to install the Crayola camera software on my laptop, contacting the company Sakar that makes the kids camera or trying something else in hopes of making it work but since all the parents reviews of this camera all have similar issues, I decided to just agree with the consensus that this Crayola child digital camera sucks.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Saturday, May 24, 2008
Thursday, December 27, 2007
First, click comment below (or you can find a post about the same camera you bought and comment to that) and let us know what type of child digital camera you have. Next write a review of the camera, was the child digital camera easy to use for your kid? Was the software easy to install or did it give you problems? What did you like best, what did you like least? Does your child have fun with the digital camera?
Saturday, December 08, 2007
I had limited space so here are the abbreviations from the child digital camera comparison table:
MP = Megapixel
F = Flash
LCD = LCD Screen
EM = Expandable Memory
IM = Internal Memory
V = Viewer, how many eye holes in uses
Z = Zoom
V = Video
If you want to post your review of a child digital camera, find a post about that kids camera and use the comment button to let us know what you think of your child's digital camera!
Monday, December 03, 2007
Okay so you may be thinking, should I even buy a digital camera made for a child or should I by an inexpensive, point and shoot digital camera? If you are buying them their first digital camera to start their interest in photography or as an educational toy then a kid digital camera with the big buttons, two eye viewer and games is the best bet. Now, if the child already has expressed a liking in photography and has taken pictures with an adult camera a kid digital camera might disappoint because of the low megapixel and low flash capabilities.
As far as the features, I am going to try to make it easier to look at the feature of different child digital cameras side by side on a chart, it should post it in the next couple days.
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
The Kidizoom child Digital Camera is kid-friendly from the large buttons and handles to the double-eye viewfinder. Your child will have fun with the software that comes with the child digital camera, it lets them edit and alter their photos as well as your family pictures.
Here are the basic features, as outlined by the manufacturer:
.3 megapixels with 1.8" color LCD screen
Double viewer for easy photo taking
Connector cables for TV or PC hook-up
Photo editing capabilities
SD card slot for extra memory
Record short videos with sound
3 preschool games for added fun
Large hand bumpers for easy grip
16MB internal memory (stores 200+ photos or up to 5 minutes of video)
Check back soon for more child digital camera reviews!
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
The Polaroid Pixie Child Digital Camera
Built ruggedly to withstand the rough and tumble play for growing hands, the child-friendly Polaroid pixie™ digital camera is fun, easy to use, and full of features geared to captivate your child’s imagination including:
- 3.0 megapixel resolution
- Big 2.4" bright LCD screen let’s your child see the photo before shooting
- 2x digital zoom
- 16 MB built-in memory for storing pictures
- SD card compatibility for more photo storage
- 2-eye viewfinder helps little eyes see what to shoot
- Includes 8 really fun built-in games
- Available in blue or pink
- Includes A/V Cable, Wrist Strap, USB Cable, ArcSoft® Software on CD-ROM
Tuesday, November 06, 2007
The Fisher Price Kid-Tough™ Digital Camera is designed for kids in everyway, from the camera's two big rubber handle grips to give your child a steady shot, to the easy two-eye viewfinder as well as the big buttons and simple controls. The camera is auto-everything, including its flash, your child only has to point and shoot and then your picture appears on the 1.3 inch LCD screen. The Fisher Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera comes with PhotoShow Deluxe software, uses 640 x 480 resolution and can store about 60 photos in the 8MB internal memory with a SD memory card slot for additional storage.
Thursday, November 01, 2007
- Digital resolution 640 X 480 pixels
- Includes 1.3" Preview Screen
- VGA Resolution
- Includes Color Genie Photo Editing Software
- Workshop to make Photo Frames
- Create Puppets
- Edit Center and Game Center
- Rubberized durable camera with EZ-grip handles
- One year warranty
- Available in either purple or green
Check back for more child digital camera reviews on the new kids cams coming out for the holidays!