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Sun Jan 06 00:00:00 MST 2013doubleaces Rating:5.0
MY GRANDSON LOVES THE CAMERA. TAKES STILLS AND VIDEO'S THAT CAN BE DOWNLOADED TO A COMPUTER VIA USB CABLE
Wed Feb 19 00:00:00 MST 2014tommysgirl1 Rating:5.0
I bought this as a Christmas gift, the child loved it!
Thu Dec 20 00:00:00 MST 2012bdawntemple Rating:5.0
My grandsons had no problem operating this camera. They did have some difficulty sharing it. I'll probably need to get another one.
Thu Jan 17 00:00:00 MST 2013mrge5b Rating:5.0
This camera was sturdy for small child and simple to use, really was pleased with my purchase.
Sun Sep 29 00:00:00 MDT 2013klk314 Rating:5.0
This camera was a gift for my daughter's 3rd birthday. She learned how to use it very quickly and while the images aren't stellar, she is thrilled to look at pictures that she took using HER camera. I don't expect my 3 year old to take professional photos, so the camera is great for her to take pictures and I use an adult camera to take pictures that I want to add to my collection. I'm so glad to have an affordable camera for my young child!
Thu Mar 14 00:00:00 MDT 2013chirishthunder2010 Rating:5.0
My 3 yr old G-son is a Ninja and therefore everything he touches most withstand Ninja abuse ;). Highly Recommended!
Fri Jun 13 00:00:00 MDT 2014laa2010 Rating:4.0
Kids loved taking pictures with this camera it kept them entertained for hours!
Thu Jan 03 00:00:00 MST 2013twistytie Rating:3.0
sturdy oversized camera for small hands to easily grasp, Pictures turn out fine and you preschooler will be delighted. Older kids will probably want something that looks more real and less like a toy.
Fri Jan 10 00:00:00 MST 2014nitra2 Rating:5.0
This camera fits little hands just right. It is easy to learn and operate. The pictures are good quality and a the camera is rugged - my granddaughter dropped it and like a Timex it kept on "ticking".
Wed Feb 12 00:00:00 MST 2014mearsd Rating:4.0
My child loves this camera as it is his own. That was the sole purpose and there is not much else it is used for. I would recommend for younger children to play on. It leave our nicer camera free and with less wear.
Thu Jan 03 00:00:00 MST 2013carmendick22 Rating:3.0
Camera is fun, but awkward. The button used to take pictures is on the front of the camera, on the right side. In my opinion, it would have made more sense to put it on the back, so the child's thumb could press the button. Picture quality is less than stellar, and viewing screen is very small. I wasn't expecting fantastic quality, but I did expect better quality than what this camera provides.
Sun Jan 06 00:00:00 MST 2013tinagowen Rating:2.0
pictures u take are always blurry. I understand there made for children, but when you can't make out the picture whats the need of taking it.
Mon Jan 21 00:00:00 MST 2013mlcurrey Rating:4.0
would purchase again it is child friendly and easy to use.
Mon Mar 11 00:00:00 MDT 2013aneedaj Rating:1.0
Very difficult to navigate the games. I will not give this as a gift as planned but just keep it around for the grandkids to try.
Mon May 05 00:00:00 MDT 2014red8086 Rating:3.0
I bought this for my granddaughter who is 4 & she master it & it wasn’t challenging enough for her.
Wed Nov 13 00:00:00 MST 2013dkjjm Rating:5.0
My 8 month old grandson watches his mom and dad on their computer. Now he has one of his own and is having fun punching buttons and learning how to recognize sights and sounds.
Sun Jan 20 00:00:00 MST 2013macchu49 Rating:1.0
It was a gift for my 4 yr old grandson and they were disappointed! Not a touch screen but push button and it was in black and white. These features should have been specified. Maybe I did not see them.
Wed Jun 18 00:00:00 MDT 2014kenkenifffromconnecticut Rating:5.0
This mini laptop is my child's favorite toy!! I think it really makes a child feel like they fit in in such a high tech world we live in now. It's very easy for them to use and it teaches them so much!!!
Thu Jan 03 00:00:00 MST 20137ceecee7 Rating:2.0
In 2012 this product failed in a lot of ways. This toy is black and white screen only very dissapointed with that. If your kid has any imagination they will be boarded stiff. My grandaughter played with for a total of 15 minutes and has not picked it up since even with my urging her to do so. She said it is not a very exciting game. the plastic has got to be some of the cheapest I've seen in a while. for almost $**.00 bucks I really expected more. If I could get my money back I would. I buy from "O" all the time and this is the only product I have not been satisfied with by any means.
Loading photos onto your computer from your digital camera is simple once you know the appropriate steps. The most common way to connect your camera is through a USB connection. Follow this tutorial and you will be able to connect any digital camera to any USB-enabled computer.
Having the right lens filters on your camera can enhance your photographs in interesting ways before they ever touch a computer. You'll find many types of photo filters, designed to reduce glare, soften colors or just protect your camera lens. This article will help you decide which type of lens filters will produce the effect you're looking for.
Portable music, players, digital cameras and other audio and video equipment typically use batteries as their power source. You recharge these battery-powered USB products through a USB cable connected to your computer; but if you are on the road, without your computer, you will need other methods to charge your USB devices. With the right accessories, you can charge your USB-capable devices right in your car.
You can print your digital photos with or without a computer. If you don't want to bother with turning on your computer or navigating one or more computer programs to print photos, you can simply connect your digital camera directly to a digital photo printer. All you will need is a digital photo printer with the proper features. Follow the steps below to print photos with just a photo printer -- no computer required.
You or your family may already own several different digital cameras and other devices, all of which use different memory cards. In order to share photos between devices or even just transfer them to your computer, you may need to know how to transfer data with a memory card reader. Here are some simple steps on making your memory card reader handle data from multiple devices.
Computer memory continues to change and advance, providing cheaper and faster data storage for your electronic devices. Flash memory is one of the more interesting advances in computer memory in recent years. You may have seen flash memory cards advertised for use with various electronics, like digital cameras, cell phones and USB thumb drives. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about flash memory.
With the bevy of options and features now available in cell phones, it's easy to find one perfect for you. Before you begin searching for your next cell phone, take the time to think about what you need your phone to do. Below, you'll learn the best cell phone features. Camera: Cell phone cameras can be quite handy when you happen upon a special moment without a regular digital camera on hand. Most camera phones don't take very high-resolution (usually 1.3 megapixel) pictures, but there are some that top out over 3 megapixels. Some cell phone cameras even have small flashes. If you want a camera phone, find out if it comes with the cable and software to connect to your computer, so you don't have to spend extra for a separate program. Video: Usually, camera phones that play video will also record video. Some non-camera cell phones also play video. Look to see if you can transfer movies from your phone to your computer. Web browsing: Many cell phones let you connect to the Internet. Most use Wireless Access Protocol (WAP), which allows the phone to connect to pages specifically designed for cell phones. There are many phones with full browsers, however, that allow you to view regular Web pages. Bluetooth: Bluetooth is a technology that allows you to transfer data wirelessly between devices. Wireless cell phone headsets use this technology, and it can also be used to transfer pictures, ringtones and other data between two cell phones or between cell phones and computers. Games: There are cell phones out there that have been designed with the gamer in mind, allowing you to download games that would compare to those found on a personal gaming system. Office software: Most cell phones feature some sort of a calendar and alarm. You can set a wake-up alarm or you can make it alert you for your next appointment. Other phones allow you to make notes for each appointment. Some let you create documents that can be transferred to your computer's word processor or spreadsheet. MP3 player: More and more cell phones are also MP3 players. Check to see if you need special headphones for listening (and if they're included), and pay attention to the phone's memory capacity. Memory expansion: Some phones, usually video or MP3 player phones, feature memory card slots, so you can save pictures, music or other files on removable flash memory. Voice dialing: If you absolutely have to use your cell phone while driving, you'll want one with voice dialing. The phone recognizes the contact you speak and places the call, allowing you to keep your eyes where they belong: on the road. Buy Cell Phones Back to Guides Directory Buy Cell Phones
You've probably already noticed it. HDMI ports are being designed into more and more electronics, including portable devices like phones and cameras. Different HDMI versions are released as new capabilities are added by electronics manufacturers. Knowing a few facts about HDMI specifications will help you choose the right devices and HDMI A/V cables that will give you the best picture and sound capabilities for your computer, HDTV, video game console and home theater system.
Video chat with friends and family around the world with a webcam. Video-sharing and video chat capabilities are showing up in more and more devices, but you'll probably find it easiest to video chat by using a webcam with your laptop or desktop computer. Below, you'll learn some of the basic web camera features to watch for. Then you can choose a web cam that captures high-quality images for video chat, recordings and still photos.
Before digital cameras came along, color print negative film and slide film were the norm in photography. You may have several tidy little boxes or sheets of mounted 35 mm slides left over from your film cameras, which are now collecting dust in a basement or storage room. You don't need to dig up the slide projector to look at those old 35 mm slides anymore, though. Once the slides have been digitally converted with a scanner, they can be shared electronically or printed out. With slide and film scanners, anyone can scan their old 35 mm slides and share them with others. You'll need a 35 mm slide scanner connected to a computer with enough storage for a lot of digital images. Here are a few simple steps to help you start using your scanner to convert your slides.
Photographers continue to debate which is better: digital cameras or 35mm cameras. Reliable 35mm camera technology has been around for a while, but digital offers exciting possibilities. There are definite differences in the way both types of cameras work. And depending on the end use of your images and the ease with which you can manipulate your photos, either digital cameras or 35mm cameras may be better for you. Consider your needs when it comes to cameras and photo, along with these comparison points, before deciding.
There are few better ways than video surveillance to deter theft or property damage at your home or business. Security cameras provide you with a way to monitor and record activity on your property and the surrounding area as well as let troublemakers know you're serious about home security. And with a DVR, you can record and store hours worth of surveillance video from your security camera system for later review or permanent recording. You can set up your own security system by following these simple steps.
You can easily spend a lot on the most advanced DSLR camera and high-end photography equipment, but a simple point-and-shoot camera probably just requires a few basics that you can easily find good deals on. Once you've found the perfect digital camera, consider a few of these camera equipment necessities to round out your photography starter set.
Digital cameras have made it possible for anyone to produce stunning digital images, no matter what their skill level. This digital camera buying guide will introduce you to the world of digital photography and help you find a camera that will help you take great digital photos.
Surveillance is one of several advanced security options for protecting your home. You can install a home security system with digital recording yourself with a few simple tools, some security cameras and a DVR. The recorder is the center of your video surveillance, receiving and recording video data from all your cameras. Here are some simple steps for setting up your own surveillance system by connecting your cameras to the DVR.
Digital cameras have quickly replaced film cameras as the device of choice to preserve memorable moments and stunning images. With memory cards replacing film, there's no need to carry and store multiple film canisters. You can frame and review your digital photos using an LCD view screen, which means no more waiting to see how your shots turn out. All these features use a lot of power, though. So, with digital cameras comes the question of what type of replacement camera battery to buy. If you need battery power that lasts or you want a back-up battery just in case, you need to know how to find the right battery for your digital camera. Follow the steps to select the best replacement battery for you.
There's more to digital photography than just point-and-shoot. The right gear can help you take full advantage of your digital camera and create the best shots you've ever taken. Here are a few items you might want to add to your digital photography toolbox.
Digital photography makes it easy for anyone to produce great digital photos to share with friends or to use on their personal Webpage. Understanding a little of the terminology surrounding digital cameras will help you better understand how your camera works and how to take advantage of more features.
Digital photography has enhanced high-quality shooting ability available to hobbyist photographers and casual users. Digital cameras now match film cameras on photo quality, allowing you to do much more with your photos. If you're just getting into digital photography, this photography buying guide will help you sort out your camera and equipment options, as well as help you decide how to buy the cameras and photo accessories that match your shooting style.
Keep in touch with friends and family by using a Webcam to make streaming video calls on the Internet. Using a Webcam is easy, and you won't use minutes on your wireless or home phone when using the Internet. Don't just hear your friends and family; see them as well. Talk for as long as you want and pay nothing but the usual monthly fee to your Internet service provider. Follow these steps to use your computer to make clear, crisp streaming video calls with a Webcam.
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