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Fisher Price - Nouvel Appareil Photo Bleu
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- Age Minimum: 3 ans^ Dimensions:7,9 x 19 x 21,5 cm^ Nécessite des Piles:4 de type LR06^Descriptif Produit: L'appareil photo numérique Fisher-Price est le premier appareil numérique conçu spécialement pour les enfants à partir de 3 ans. Une conception unique pour correspondre aux mieux à leur utilisation: résistance aux chocs, simplicité d'utilisation, ergonomie. L 'appareil est doté d'un écran LCD couleur 1.5" pour visualiser et sélectionner ses photos. Il comprend deux poignées adaptées aux mains des enfants aini qu'un viseur à 2 yeux. L'appareil a été conçu pour une protection maximale de l'écran. Modèle bleu. Autres données techniques: résolution jusqu'à 1.3 million de pixels pour une qualité d'impression 4x6, mémoire de 8Mb pour stocker jusquà 60 photos. Comprend 1 câble USB ainsi qu'un cd contenant le logiciel d'installation.
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Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera - Blue comes with built-in auto flash, wrist strap, and camera compatible with Windows 2000/ME/XP/VISTA and Macintosh 1.3 interpolated Mega Pixels or 640 x 480 resolution for 4 x 6 prints - WAS just 640 x 480 resolution, 8 MB built-in memory stores up to 60 pictures, which depends on resolution and USB cord for computer connection SD memory card slot for increased storage capacity, SD sold separately.
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les poignées permettent aux petites mains de ne pas le faire tomber
les enfants ont le plaisir de voir leurs réalisations sur le PC, comme les parents
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The battery life is OK, not great.
Photo quality is definitely mediocre at best, especially in limited light conditions. Outdoors on a sunny day, it's actually not so bad. I'm a bit of a photo snob myself, but I don't mind the graininess of these pictures at all. Why not? Because it's A TOY. It's a way for children to learn a little about taking pictures, and a way for them to enjoy capturing what's in the world around them.
I just downloaded 228 pictures from this camera onto my computer and reviewed them with my son. An archetypical shot was a picture of the doorstop that holds open our playroom door. This is the sort of thing a 4-year-old takes a picture of. So I just don't care that it's grainy. He likes that he took a picture, so he's happy, and I frankly don't NEED a high-quality picture of the doorstop, so I'm happy. Only a prodigy would be able to select an interesting subject, create an artful composition and capture a great image as a preschooler. So I think its lack of high resolution is moot.
Check customer images to see real pictures taken by my 4-year-old.
There is no question that the camera is rugged - it has already been dropped about 20 times and still works like new. Hooking it up to my Mac or my husband's PC has been very easy (although be aware the creativity software is PC only).
Here are the negatives:
1. The flash is way too bright, and it overexposed almost every photo. We fixed this by taking a small square of a paper towel and placing it over the flash with a piece of clear packing tape. It works beautifullly as a diffuser.
2. The delete button is too easy for little kids to hit. In future versions, FP should make it very difficult for little kids to delete pictures. Let mom and dad do the deleting.
3. Would it kill any of these manufacturers to make software Mac compatible?
All in all, I would definitely recommend the camera to any parent looking for a rugged camera for their toddler/young elementary aged kids.
- This product is very easy for young hands to hold and even easier to operate.
- My 3 year old didn't have any problem figuring out how to turn the camera on, take pictures or delete pictures.
- We haven't had to replace the batteries yet after months of frequent use.
- It is definitely durable! My one year old throws it around all over the place and it's never had a problem operating.
- It takes an SD card so you don't have to rely on paltry on-board memory.
- 1.3 megapixels. Even my cell phone has a 2 megapixel camera in it. The extra .7 megapixels would've made a huge difference and when even the CHEAPEST digital camera technologies have at least 2 megapixels, there's no reason for a product this expensive to have such a terrible resolution.
For me, the camera is virtually worthless. When I go to download the photos he's taken at the end of the week, I can barely recognize any of them. I wanted to be able to print out his photos and hang them up in his room as his artwork, however you just can't get a good photo out of this camera even if the lighting and composition is perfect.
This product is all about the camera and it sucks. It doesn't matter to me if it's too tough to break when I can't use any of the pictures taken with it anyway. The other Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera doesn't even list the megapixels anywhere in the product information. (I think it may be the older version, which only has .3 megapixels!)
I haven't been able to find a preschooler camera with more than the 1.3 megapixels, which again, I find just SHOCKING considering current technology. Might as well just buy a toy camera for less than $5 at Wal-Mart or the dollar store and wait a couple of years until your child is responsible enough to handle a cheap point and shoot. That's what I wish I would've done.
This camera is Mac/PC compatible. I was quite pleased to plug it into the Mac and have iPhoto pop up automatically. It came with software for the PC that we never bothered installing. We purchased an additional photo card so he can take hundreds of pictures without offloading them.
The picture quality is not that good compared to "grownup" cameras, it is grainy and low-light pictures are very bad. The autoflash does not always come on or behave how you'd expect. Best pictures are outdoor sunny day photos. When we can trust him with a more expensive camera (and we upgrade ourselves) he can have our old Kodak digital. I've decided the artifacts from this effect are a "style" like those folks using polaroids still. Perhaps we should start a flickr group for this camera? ;)
What is this camera good for. Teaching holding the camera still to take a picture. No camera performs well, shaking around. Why don't little ones get that? Teaches image composition. They start to see what makes a good picture aesthetically (obviously my word...not his) pleasing. Helps them understand that pictures of people usually need to be close up to recognize the person...
The long and short of it? My 5 year old loves the camera and it takes the beating he gives it. I'm certain he'll be ready to move up to a real camera in a couple of years, with no concerns, and by then, my 3 year old and 2 year old will be ready for this one!