bought this item used, has no memory card, what size card is it that fits in it, the standard size i bought did not fit. Can the usb cord be bought seperately?
Discovery Kids Digital Photo/ Video Camera
This adorable and fun kids video camera is designed by Discovery Kids to help children to build and use their imagination. This fun camera can take pictures and record videos and features a color LCD screen and 16MB of internal memory.
ITEM#: 13090631The Discovery Kids Digital Photo/Video Camera is built kid-strong for imaginative play time all the time. Ideal for ages 3 and up, this stylish kids camera makes picture-taking easy with its full-color LCD screen and 16MB of internal memory storage.
- Now your child can keep all their favorite memories close with the Discovery Kids Digital Camera
- Featuring 16MB of internal memory storage, this beautiful camera can capture up to 120 still photos (640 x 480), even full-motion AVI video clips
- The camera plugs into your PC via the USB cable (included) where kids can share their photos and video footage with friends and family
- Full-color LCD display built kid-sized with easy-to-use buttons
- USB connectivity with included USB cable and software
- Made kid-strong for all day play, the soft molded grips with built-in carry strap make this perfect for young photographers
- Capture and play back photos and videos for everyone to enjoy
- Great for outings, birthday parties, special events, and more
- Available in Blue and Purple color themes
- Requires four (4) AA batteries
- Dimensions: 5 inches long x 4 inches wide x 3 inches deep
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I was not satisfied with the quality of this item. The camera locked up on the second use and would not shut off until we disconnected the batteries. The screen for viewing pictures was a blurred image. Felt I would be better buying a cheaper adult camera for the child to use.Read More
They went to put the battery in and the camera was broken. She was very disappointed!Read More
This is a very nice camera. It really allows children to explore the art of photography/videography.Read More
Bought this for my 3 year old grandson - he loves it.Read More
My granddaughter loves this camera! The quality is great! It's a cute little gift that makes any little child think they are special. I chose the pink and purple camera. It's adorable, works great. It's easy to use, My 3yr old granddaughter walks around taking pix all day long. I would highly recommend this for any age 3+.Read More
I found this item to be just what I was shopping for . It was very durable . very easy for a child to use . and my granddaughter played with it for hours.. I also spent some time price comparing and this one was by far the best deal I found out there. I must say my experience with this purchase was rewarding I got quality , price and convenience of shopping from home.Read More
Gave to my 5 yr old granddaughter............she LOVES it.Read More
My grandson is 3 years old and is having a blast taking pictures of everything. The camera is able to be dropped and is perfect for little hands. I give it 4 stars for the budding photographer/videographer in your life.Read More
I bought this camera for my 4-year-old granddaughter. It broke within a few months. The "Snap" button kept getting stuck and finally the screen stopped working altogether. Not worth the money.Read More
The camera looks nice and is kid friendly. The problem we have is that the button keeps getting stuck. After our 3 yr old plays with it for a little while we have to take the camera apart to unstick the photo button. Disappointed.Read More
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Hello b95captain! These cameras are so much fun for kids! The USB cable can be purchased separately. This has 16mb of internal storage, so you shouldn't need additional memory cards. When the internal memory fills up, you can transfer the images/video to you computer via the USB cable. I hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
I know they have internal memory. I know can transfer with/by USB however like i said, where can i get USB with that size tip and not the size of the memory space on the card , the size of the card litterally because it is odd size for just buying anywhere, it is about 1/4 inch narrower..... so, where can that card be found and where can that USB replacement be found?
Hello b95captain, I think the cable you are looking for is a mini USB cable. You can view the selection of mini USB cables we offer using the link below. Thank you, and have a great day! http://www.overstock.com/search?keywords=mini+usb+cable&SearchType=Header
is there rechargeable batteries available for this product?
It requires 4 AA batteries. You can purchase a charger and rechargeable AA batteries. The charger is item # 10345719 and the batteries are item # 14110843
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