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Cheapest price its been in a while. RRP 49.99 although it has been known to be around £35-£45

2 mega pixel camera with 2x digital zoom, 256 MB of storage (up to 500 photos), SD card slot for memory expansion and built-in flash
Also features video taking, and 5 built-in games
Connect to the TV or edit and view photos linked to a PC
Dual viewfinder and durable child friendly design with a grown up look, changeable faceplates and instant effect selector
Requires 4 x AA batteries (not included)
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#1
Been looking for one of these. Best price of £35 yesterday on Amazon. A colleague had one for £30 delivered from Amazon last week - voted hot as best price at the moment.
1 Like #2
This was £29.99 last week & has already been posted.
#4
Nearly brought this last week on the Debenhams deal but then amazon had the video camera for £29.99, think it's gone up to £35 now.
1 Like #5
very poor quality in every respect. better off buying a cheaper 'real' camera for them to break instead. This only lasted a few months for my little one and eat its way through many many batteries!
#6
I did post this over two weeks ago. I think this is the best price at the mo - its £50 in Debenhams now
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theserpent
very poor quality in every respect. better off buying a cheaper 'real' camera for them to break instead. This only lasted a few months for my little one and eat its way through many many batteries!


+1, obviously depends on the child, but I bought both my kids real cameras when they reached 3, I picked up cheap Canon's (costing less than this product) from their outlet on fleabay. One still has her original camera, the younger one's got broken but only after over a year of plenty of use, so I didn't mind replacing it. They love their cameras and I find it fascinating to look through their images with them, because once in a while the random stuff they photograph turns up something pleasingly abstract. It's interesting to see how they express themselves through a lens.

On the other hand I know someone who bought one of these VTech's for his nipper who found the poor quality of the results frustrating and consequently didn't bother using it. If a proper camera gets dropped and broken you might say that's £30 wasted but so is the money spent on a bouncy version that sits in the toy box all the time.


Edited By: CoenFan on Nov 22, 2010 17:08
#8
awful, cold from me
#9
asda £30 in store...
#10
£34.99 now !
1 Like #11
you're better off getting them a proper camera - they are so cheap now.... 2MP!?! do me a favour!
1 Like #12
i dont think they are worth the money as said by others.
the quality is pants.
#13
weemee002
2MP!?! do me a favour!


Another person who has swalled the marketting hook line and sinker. Unless you are going to be blowing up those pictures, 2 MP really doesnt matter. (Source http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/mpmyth.htm)

As with all cameras, its very little to do with the megapixel count and all about the lens and quality of the CCD. You'll also find that camera images are interpolated just to increase the megapixel count for marketting purposes (which is essential software post production done on camera)
For example heres a 2.1mp piccy from the Olympus C2100uz;
http://onephoto.net/uploads/a/agama/1097005926_gal_kon750.jpg

Having said that this camera will be pants, but that is not down to its low megapixel count on the CCD (or cmos more likely).

Edited By: jazid on Nov 22, 2010 18:37: clarified
#14
Bought this last year for a 2.5 year old at £25 from Tesco. Great for a while but utterly rubbish screen and the novelty was the act of taking the pictures, not the the output.

Now child is 3.5, and with more experience, I know that the need is for the child to see what they are taking a picture of as otherwise, they could simply have a torch which went "click".

I will also migrate up to a cheap real camera for my child come next time.
#15
Unless they've changed the hardware in these since I bought one for my daughter about 3 years ago I'd say avoid. Even I failed to take anything like a decent photo with it, so a young child will have no hope. The screen refresh is about 2fps & pictures were all blurred. She now has an my ancient (7 year oldish) Canon & gets far better results with it.
#16
Sanddancer75
Unless they've changed the hardware in these since I bought one for my daughter about 3 years ago I'd say avoid. Even I failed to take anything like a decent photo with it, so a young child will have no hope. The screen refresh is about 2fps & pictures were all blurred. She now has an my ancient (7 year oldish) Canon & gets far better results with it.


Agreed. The pictures were awful. Only the experience of taking the photo, which to the child was pointing something and having it (the flash) make a noise and produce a light was enjoyable.

Great idea, poor execution.
#17
jazid
weemee002
2MP!?! do me a favour!


Another person who has swalled the marketting hook line and sinker. Unless you are going to be blowing up those pictures, 2 MP really doesnt matter. (Source http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/mpmyth.htm)

As with all cameras, its very little to do with the megapixel count and all about the lens and quality of the CCD. You'll also find that camera images are interpolated just to increase the megapixel count for marketting purposes (which is essential software post production done on camera)
For example heres a 2.1mp piccy from the Olympus C2100uz;
http://onephoto.net/uploads/a/agama/1097005926_gal_kon750.jpg

Having said that this camera will be pants, but that is not down to its low megapixel count on the CCD (or cmos more likely).


yeah - ok!!! agreed sensor is more important than megapixels when you get to a certain level... believe me part of this camera's problem is it's megapixels.... no matter how good the sensor and lens it's going to take crap quality pictures, even if you want to zoom a little bit... no marketting sucker here I'm afraid, just a pro photographer!!!!

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