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June 9, 2008

Waist-High Photos: Digital Cameras for Kids (Ages 3 & Up)

fisherpricekidcam.jpgWhile this might seem unnecessary at first, we've come to like the idea of a kiddie digital camera. It's certainly a creative activity for the kids and anything that lets kids play "grown up" is usually a big hit. Aren't you curious what your little tyke will choose to photograph? There is something marvelously experimental about digital photography. Junior can shoot till he's blue in the face, at no extra charge, and he can do-over as many times as he wants, delete his mistakes and try, try again. The Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera is as durable as it sounds -- Junior can drop this camera, drool on it, smush cupcake on it -- all that fun stuff. Below are stats and you'll find a good deal at Amazon for $74.99. (via Simply Stated)

- 1.6" LCD screen
- Two-eye viewfinder
- Great dual grips, wrist strap and easy-to-use control buttons
- Automatic flash
- 1.3-megapixels
- 8MB built-in memory will store up to 60 photos
- Can add up to a 1GB SD memory card (do not use high-speed SD card)
- Connect to computer with USB cable
- Requires four AA batteries

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Posted by Susan Moriarty at June 9, 2008 11:50 AM
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