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VTech Kidizoom Spin and Smile Camera, Blue

4.5 out of 5 stars 371 ratings

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Model name Kidizoom
Brand VTech
Colour Blue
Item weight 0.91 Pounds
Zoom type Digital Zoom
Effective still resolution 2 MP
Screen size 2.2 Inches

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  • This kid-friendly 2.0 Mega pixel camera features a rotating lens so your child can easily snap a self-portrait
  • 2.2” TFT color screen, 4x digital zoom, built-in flash
  • A great voice recording feature with 5 different voice changing effects, movie taking, stop frame animation
  • 256 MB built-in memory, expandable memory with micro SD/ microsdhc (each sold separately) Capacity from 1 GB to 32 GB
  • Automatic shut-off after 3 minutes without operation in camera or movie modes to preserve battery life. Includes also 1 wrist strap and 1 USB cable (for file transferring and not for charging). intended for ages 3 to 9 years. Camera is not rechargeable, it operates with 4 AA batteries included for demo purposes, use new batteries for regular use. Product Dimensions 6.1" x 3.7" x 2.2"

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The possibilities are endless with the Kidizoom spin & smile camera. This kid-friendly real 2.0 Megapixel Blue camera features a rotating lens so your child can easily snap a self-portrait. The camera offers four major functions-photography, photo editing, movie making and gaming. Take photos or movies of your friends, then take fantastic self portraits using the innovative rotating lens. The camera's editing feature allows you to enhance your photos with a variety of frames, stamps and wacky effects. Make digital movies with the touch of a button, or use the voice recording feature with five different voice changing effects. Five built-in games add to the fun. Pc and Mac compatibility allow you to connect the camera to your computer for storing and sending photos.


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Danny
5.0 out of 5 stars See the world from a child's perspective!
Reviewed in the United States on 4 January 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars See the world from a child's perspective!
Reviewed in the United States on 3 January 2016
For the past year, my 5 year old son has been enjoying his Leap Pad and one of the things that he discovered and seemed to like even more than playing educational games, was the fact that he could take pictures/video with it. You wouldn't believe how interesting it was to pick up his Leap Pad and see some of the pictures and videos he had made throughout his day. It is quite amusing to see the world through the perspective of a 5 year old. Unfortunately, the Leap Pad only has a limited amount of storage space for videos/photos and the search for a device that would cater to his new interest began.

Some quick searches on Amazon brought us to this VTech Kidizoom camera and it seemed to fit the bill nicely. It has it's own memory capabilities (256mb) but it also has a memory card slot that can accommodate a card up to 32GB. I purchased the camera and the 32GB micro SD card and gave it to my son for Christmas. The camera appears to be well built and designed for tumbles and drops with little ones in mind. The two hand grips are rubber to help absorb the shock of drops. The lens of the camera is actually located at the top where the two window eye holes are and the flash is located where a traditional camera's lens would be. The cool thing about this is that the lens and the flash are actually pretty well protected. If you lay the camera face down on a table, you'll notice that the rubber hand grips prevent the lens and the flash from ever touching a hard surface. It's the same for the view screen at the back of the camera as well. This helps to protect these critical areas of the camera from getting damaged if dropped. The camera also comes with a hand strap (not that my 5 year old really uses it) and also some robust buttons and "D Pad" for operating it's multiple features. The camera has preinstalled games and photo tools that allow kids to decorate their creations, a zoom wheel, a small speaker for listening to the games and their videos, and even tools that allow them to manipulate sound recorded. I didn't even know about that one until I heard my son recording something and then playing it back with some sort of alien like sound to it.

This leads me to another important point about this camera. When my son opened it up on Christmas, he really didn't give me a chance to read over the instructions and find out what this thing does. He was more interested in just putting it in his hands and turning it on. So...that is exactly what we did. It was out of the box and in his hands (with the demo batteries still working in it). I usually like to sit down with him and show him what it can do etc...but with the amount of activity that was going on at the time, I didn't have a chance to do that. The amazing thing is, I didn't have to. He was able to figure out more on his own just through experimentation. The device is designed with the child in mind for sure because he was able discover it's features through trial and error. That in itself is a great skill to learn and probably a lot more interesting than going through my boring instruction manual lecture. Watching him playing with it is pretty interesting too. I didn't know that by twisting the knob around the flash you could alter the color filters of the camera...or the thing about the voice manipulation, who knows what he will discover next. The best thing, of course, is when he finally goes to bed and I find the camera laying there on the floor, I can watch his little adventures throughout the day and see things from his perspective.

The camera comes with a USB cable that allows you to transfer files from the camera to your computer. The instructions say that it can be used with both PC and Mac. He has been using it since Christmas morning so there are quite a few photos and videos saved on the SD card. I hooked it up to my iMac and found the device through Finder...which would be the "My Computer" icon through windows. Clicking on the folder brought up all of his material and my computer was able to open up the photos through iPhoto and the videos through Quicktime. The cool thing is that I didn't need to install any new software or go to external websites to view the material collected through his camera. Very simple indeed.

So far this has been a great purchase. The device seems to be well built and intuitive for children. His Leap Pad sure did take a beating over the years and it held up well so I am hoping that this VTech product can do the same. I must say also that my son has not totally disregarded his Leap Pad. He still plays with that too...mostly for the games now. Very pleased with this as is my 5 year old. I highly recommend.
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Scott L.
5.0 out of 5 stars My five-year-old agrees, it's a kid's camera that ISN'T a piece of junk!
Reviewed in the United States on 14 January 2016
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Swordfightsandteaparties
5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE!!!
Reviewed in the United States on 1 June 2016
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sswheelz
3.0 out of 5 stars This is a toy!
Reviewed in the United States on 30 December 2016
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RJC
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best gifts of Christmas 2015 - Highly recommend
Reviewed in the United States on 9 January 2016
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