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Vtech Princess Kidizoom Camera - £20 *Instore* @ Tesco
Vtech Princess Kidizoom Camera - £20 *Instore* @ Tesco

Vtech Princess Kidizoom Camera - £20 *Instore* @ Tesco

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Found this camera in Tesco chadderton(manchester) best price found so far.2more left when i left.

Take photos and videos with your favourite Disney Princesses
2x digital zoom and 2.0 megapixel resolution
Store over 500 photos on the camera
Built-in photo editor
TV and PC connection and ultra tough casing
256 MB of storage and SD card slot for memory expansion
Includes Photo Editing CD software for extra fun
From the makers of the best selling Kidizoom camera

11 Comments

Voted Hot Hot Hot! Fab Price! Fingers crossed i can get one! x

is this another store specific deal?

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khalifazed

is this another store specific deal?


dont know, hopefully you'll get one

awful pics, 1000 times worse than the phone with the worst camera
Edited by: "royals" 7th Mar 2011

my daughter loves hers ...hot

Pics are fine for the kids ! my daughter loves hers

Bought one just last month for my 5 year old for £49 from Amazon!
She loves it and good reviews all round, see here.
Must admit the pictures are rubbish, but young ones will be pleased!
Another thing not clearly mentioned is that it takes VGA video.

Tesco instore offers tend to be localised I was speaking to the staff none in my local stores

Please. Do not inflict this pink garbage on your children. You've got Canon and Argos outlets on eBay, you can buy a decent compact camera from there for maybe only a tenner more than this. On the downside - they might break it. On the upside - you won't be teaching them to settle for c**p photography from an early age.

I'm no photographer. But I bought both my girls a cheap (but adult) compact camera when they were 4. One is now 9 and the other 6 and both cameras are still alive (although one is badly scuffed). But they have had a million times more pleasure than they would have had out of one of these fuzz boxes, and what is more, they have learned to look after a sophisticated (if cheap) bit of kit.

At least I know now, that if they ask me for a better camera for their next birthday that I can trust them with something more expensive. And the pleasure they get from a good picture cannot be measured. The chances of getting a good picture with a kiddy camera are minimal. And what are you teaching your kids about what is a good picture if you give them a kiddy camera. Go the extra mile. Start them off with the real thing.

CoenFan

Please. Do not inflict this pink garbage on your children. You've got … Please. Do not inflict this pink garbage on your children. You've got Canon and Argos outlets on eBay, you can buy a decent compact camera from there for maybe only a tenner more than this. On the downside - they might break it. On the upside - you won't be teaching them to settle for c**p photography from an early age.I'm no photographer. But I bought both my girls a cheap (but adult) compact camera when they were 4. One is now 9 and the other 6 and both cameras are still alive (although one is badly scuffed). But they have had a million times more pleasure than they would have had out of one of these fuzz boxes, and what is more, they have learned to look after a sophisticated (if cheap) bit of kit.At least I know now, that if they ask me for a better camera for their next birthday that I can trust them with something more expensive. And the pleasure they get from a good picture cannot be measured. The chances of getting a good picture with a kiddy camera are minimal. And what are you teaching your kids about what is a good picture if you give them a kiddy camera. Go the extra mile. Start them off with the real thing.



My (just turned) 3 year old daughter has a similar camera and absolutely loves it. I agree with you to a certain degree these cameras are rubbish quality but given the amount of times she drops it a cheap digital compact would have died by now. I will buy her a digital compact in good time but these cameras are excellent as a starter.
Also, photography is more about the person taking the photo than the equipment, you can have the best and still take rubbish photos. A good photo is about awareness and composition be it with a pro DSLR or as you say 'this pink garbage'.

peskylodger

Also, photography is more about the person taking the photo than the … Also, photography is more about the person taking the photo than the equipment, you can have the best and still take rubbish photos. A good photo is about awareness and composition be it with a pro DSLR or as you say 'this pink garbage'.


I agree almost entirely with this. You don't need the best camera, it's what you do with it. But if the kids find the results frustrating they won't pursue the hobby. My 2 love to look through what they have taken and print out a couple of 'keepers' to blu-tac onto their bedroom walls. I'm willing to stand corrected but what I have seen of these cameras in the past, the results won't bear printing out on most home equipment.

As you say maybe 3 is still a little small for something that might break if dropped. And when I gave my first one a cheap compact I didn't have much expectation of its lifespan. But it has been surprisingly robust.
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