Vtech: Kidizoom Digital Camera (Pink) or (Blue) - £24.99 @ Play
Vtech: Kidizoom Digital Camera (Pink) or (Blue) - £24.99 @ Play

Vtech: Kidizoom Digital Camera (Pink) or (Blue) - £24.99 @ Play

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RRP £50

Take and edit pictures, make videos and play games with this ultra tough digital camera! Featuring easy to use controls, viewfinder, flash and colour LCD screen. Links to the TV or PC, allowing you to view and edit photos or watch videos.

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Expired as now £34.99
- Cheltenham boy


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Edited by: "missgem" 20th May 2011

Now £34.99

Thanks for the post. Ordered 3 while the deal was on:-)

My 6yr old son had one of these for Christmas and they are great. Just watch out because they will film you when you don't even know it!!!!!

Gotta be fast with play , they quickly put the price back up when a few people look and buy items!!

*annoyed i missed out*

Just bookmark the item on play, it will eventually come back down to this price !

if you missed this one then check out this very similar one :

Debenhams are doing this for £25 with free delivery! debenhams.com/web…com
Edited by: "Boony2310" 21st May 2011


the camera is so cute!


Debenhams are doing this for £25 with free delivery! … Debenhams are doing this for £25 with free delivery! http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10001_10001_171010250299_-1?CMP=OTC-Shoppingcom


These cameras look nice, but they take awful photos, cameras on old mobile phones are better!

I know it's a toy, but for the normal retail price, I would expect better.

Oh also, the Fisher Price camera we had, we fitted the best duracell batteries and it lasted one day, so I bought rechargeables, but they don't work on Fisher Price as rechargeable batteries seem to give a lower voltage I think??!?!?

Still a hot price though!

EDIT: Actually, batteries lasted from about 11am till 5pm (didn't make it till teatime!), I know it may have been left on, but it's still poor!
Edited by: "Venezia" 22nd May 2011

I bought one for a 2.5 year old and it was a good idea for a couple of days but the viewer is poor and the pictures even worse. Unless you are really dealing with a real baby, the cheapest point and shoot real camera would be a better bet.

I picked up a brand new one still in packaging last Christmas for £10 at a local Charity shop christmas night. Perfect for my 3yr old, she loves it!
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