- Features a rotating lens so children can easily take pictures or video of themselves
- Child-friendly controls
- Also features: 4X digital zoom, 1.8 TFT colored screen, 256 MB memory, SD slot and more
- Add fun special effects with downloadable software
- Built to survive drop, after drop, after drop
Features a rotating lens so children can easily take pictures or video of themselves. Child-friendly controls. Also features: 4X digital zoom, 1.8 TFT colored screen, 256 MB memory, SD slot and more. Add fun special effects with downloadable software. Built to survive drop, after drop, after drop.
•Features a rotating lens so children can easily take pictures or video of themselves•Child-friendly controls
•Also features: 4X digital zoom, 1.8 TFT colored screen, 256 MB memory, SD slot and more
•Add fun special effects with downloadable software
•Built to survive drop, after drop, after drop
Create fun pictures of yourself and your friends with the Kid-Tough See Yourself Camera from Fisher-Price. Featuring a 180-degree swiveling lens and special effects, you can easily take self-portraits and then swivel the camera to take photos of the people or things in front of you. Load the pictures into the downloadable softwar
List Price: $ 69.99
Price: $ 44.90
Before I go on and on about how much fun we’ve had already with this camera, I wanted to point out a few things people should know before they purchase this product:
1) It does not come with its own USB cord, but if you already own a digital camera or MP3 player of some kind, chances are you already have a cord that will work.
2) They actually put in some quality Duracell batteries, instead of generic store batteries (it takes four AA batteries), but…
3) …it does not come with an SD card. You can still use this camera without one, but having a memory card (SD up to 32G) will greatly increase what you can do with this, esepcially when it comes to videos.
As far as the video recording feature goes, I was shocked at how well the sound and picture came through. You do not have to be next to a person to record their voice; I was able to record what my son was saying from across the room.
When it comes to photos, there are 25 little extra things you can add (ex: clown nose, vampire fangs, sunglasses) to a picture, as well as a morphing feature…and that’s just the in-camera editing features…there are more things you can do if you download some special software from online (but I didn’t want to add anymore stuff to my laptop). You can mix and match the extras to create dozens of unique looks (the instructions in the accompanying booklet were clear & concise, and any kid that can read independently could figure it all out on their own). We did about 100 different photos to test out the camera. My 6 yr old laughed his head off the whole time.
The swiveling lens was wonderful to use for self-portraits. There is also a little green check mark that pops on the screen to tell the child when it is optimal to snap the photo. It was extremely easy to figure out the controls & my son had no problem remembering how to use them.
While I’m not going to be throwing this down my stairs or off my deck to test the sturdiness, a simple drop on the floor or getting bumped in my son’s mini-backpack does not hurt this camera.
While this camera is marketed to grade-schoolers, I think even older kids would have a blast messing around with this one.