Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera was £60 now £45 @ ELC - HotUKDeals
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Just found the Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera in ELC reduced to £45 from £60. These are about £59.99 everywhere else.

Plus 4% Quidco

Spec includes:
6in colour LCD preview screen that lets kids instantly see the pictures they've taken.
Two-eye viewing which makes it easy to look through the viewfinder.
Sturdy, dual handgrips for a steady shot.
Big buttons that make it easy for little hands to use.
Controls are simple for kids to understand - no reading required.
Best of all, it's built with a durable, kid-tough design.

Additional features include:
Built-in auto flash.
8 MB built-in memory that stores up to 60 pictures (depending on resolution).
SD memory card slot for increased storage capacity.
Includes 1.3 interpolated Mega Pixels or 640 x 480 resolution for 4' x 6' prints.
USB cord for computer connection.
Wrist strap.
Camera compatible with Windows 2000 or higher and MacIntosh.
Requires 4 x AA batteries (not included) and 1 CR2032 battery (included).
For ages 3 years and over.

They are blue or pink, pink is out of stock online.
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banned#1
Please please do not buy this it is over priced junk!
#2
i was considering getting this for my daughters third birthday. can anyone recommend a different one that's suitable for her age group? thanks
#3
SHOWMAN36
Please please do not buy this it is over priced junk!


And the basis for this comment is?
#4
Buy that waterproof one that was on here a while ago - i guess that'd also be kid-proof (and as a bonus, waterproof). £30 from ebuyer (search for waterproof camera).
#5
if you read the reviews the new fisher price on is the best to get (and it is for a yong child!) I have the vtech version bought two years ago-which is brilliant but pics arent upto much although son loves it!!
there is a waterproof fisher price one i found on amazon.com for £32 but they wont post to the UK.
#6
Not worth £5 these fisher price cameras.
#7
I think this is quite a hot deal as I paid £60 last week for it. :x

My son had his heart set on it after seeing the adverts. These are good for very young children who want toi play with a real camera. It's very very simple.

Image quality is not the best (very low resolution) but it is sold as a toy and not a camera. The only alternative for very young children is a V-Tech model but reviews on that one aren't any better.

The first camera I had to take back as the image quality was not very good at all and the flash only worked every second picture.

However I would think that for any kids over seven it would be best to invest in a cheap basic real camera and teach them to look after it.
banned#8
lynz412;2456528
And the basis for this comment is?


My daughter has one and it's pants, image quality rubbish if you want to buy a young child a camera buy a normal one not this junk
#9
My daughters are 2 and a half and I got them these about a month ago and they think they are fantastic. Ok, so picture quality is not great but they can tell what the picture is of and that's all that matters to them! They have dropped them and they still work perfectly, and they are really easy to use.
banned#10
Suranne;2457320
My daughters are 2 and a half and I got them these about a month ago and they think they are fantastic. Ok, so picture quality is not great but they can tell what the picture is of and that's all that matters to them! They have dropped them and they still work perfectly, and they are really easy to use.


Sorry, but for £45 I expect a bit more than "they can tell what the picture is" quality buy them a cheap digital camera and stick it in a case:thumbsup:
#11
For an older child I agree that that is probably a better option, but as mine are only 2 and a half there is no way they could use just any cheap digital camera the way they can use this one. It's so easy for them to take pictures with and to review the ones they've taken. It might be expensive but for ease of use and practicality, it's worth it in my opinon. They use them everyday aswell so definately getting my moneys worth!
#12
den169
Not worth £5 these fisher price cameras.


have to disagree!! perfect for small hands and so much fun! its not a pro camera its for age 2-7 or so!!
#13
Well we bought one for our grandaughter who is 4 and even she thinks the pictures are rubbish.Don't waste your money if this camera was £10 it would be worth the risk at £45 its a total ripoff and fisher price should be ashamed of themselves selling such junk.
#14
den169
Well we bought one for our grandaughter who is 4 and even she thinks the pictures are rubbish.Don't waste your money if this camera was £10 it would be worth the risk at £45 its a total ripoff and fisher price should be ashamed of themselves selling such junk.


the same model or the older one? the new model is supposed to be improved quality?

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