Vivitar DVR 850W £67 In-Store -Asda- Nationwide Waterproof to 5 meters!! 8.1 mega pixels - HotUKDeals
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Ok, this is my first deal ive posted, so go easy on me.
I have just bought a Vivitar DVR 850W WATERPROOF (upto 5 meters) camcorder/camera from ASDA for £67.
I think its a pretty good price as this seems to be a very new model out and Amazon want £84.99 and Argos £89.99.
Looks like it instore only as I cant find it on the website.
Here are some details from another site:

8.1 Mega Pixels
* 8 x digital zoom.

* 2.4in LCD colour screen.

* Mono sound.

* Auto focus 150cm-infinity.

* Waterproof digital recorder, up to 5 metres.

* Built in microphone and speaker.

* Special effects: Auto, daylight, tungsten, florescence, cloudy.

* Recording Format: MPG4, JPEG.

* AV output.

* USB 2.0 connection.

* SD card compatible.

* Web cam function.

* Battery level indicator.

* Includes lithium ion battery, strap, USB cable, AV cable, instruction manual and CD Rom.

* Size (H)9, (W)6, (D)2.5cm.

* Weight 250g.
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Oh, and I got a voucher for 50 free Digital Prints on ASDA's 2 day service. This should do my trip to Thailand a treat.
when I bought a vivitar everyone said - rubbish, but my old vivitar is still going - 4 yrs and still takes amazing pictures and also keeps its charge for an endless amount of time, in fact my daughter has a really nice camera, cost over £150 but she tool my vivitar on holiday with her and come back saying how wonderful and easy it was to use and the pictures were great
Ive only had a little play with it so far (got straight on here to post the deal when I got in) but im impressed by it, not tried the waterproof side of it yet though, I think it might be going in the bath later!
HAd a vivitar from asda about 18 months ago, wouldn't take pictures in anything other than broad daylight and was generally useless. It was much lower spec'd than this one though.

ps Keep the receipt!!!

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