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October 27, 2009

Preschooler Digital Camera


Rejoice, TechnoDolts™.

From the website:


Preschooler's Digital Camera

This digital camera is sized for small hands and tough enough to withstand exuberant play.

Housed in a thick plastic case with solid rubber handholds that provide a sure grip for an entire hand (vs. just using the fingers), the camera has a 0.3 MP image sensor that takes both 640 x 480 resolution pictures and 320 x 240 resolution videos.

It has a fixed-focus lens, so children simply line up a shot and press the button; images are shown on its 1" color display.

Stores up to 150 JPEG pictures and 3-1/2 minutes of AVI video on its 16 MB memory, which can be downloaded to a computer running Windows via the included USB cable.

Includes software for editing pictures and four AA batteries.

 5-1/2"L x 2-3/4"W x 3-3/4"D.

Ages 3 and up.




October 27, 2009 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


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This is perfect little camera for your preschooler kids to use. It has nice facility like it is able to take up to 120 photos or 5 minutes of action packed video, plus it can be hooked into your TV or home PC. Kids love to use this one camera. I have read your blog and this is quite interesting blog.
Thank you.

Posted by: nackenstützkissen | Nov 14, 2009 6:36:56 AM

The company that makes these cameras should have a contest of having the tots parents submitting their children's pictures. I would love to see (honest, without the aide of parents help) the winning pictures!

Posted by: Joe Peach | Oct 27, 2009 5:50:40 PM

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