Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera Review & Sample Pictures

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Paul Michaels, Dec 18, 2008.

  1. We just bought the Fisher Price Kid Tough digital camera for a young
    aspiring photographer. He's too young for a "real" camera which
    wouldn't survive very long in a toddler's hands.

    It was about $50 on Amazon.com with free shipping. It feels really
    well put together but the image quality is about the same as a cheap
    computer webcam.

    Here's a photo gallery with some sample images -
    http://www.paulstravelpictures.com/Fisher-Price-Kid-Tough-Digital-Camera-Review/

    Hopefully it will teach him the fundamentals of photography. Anyone
    considering buying this camera should either stock up on AAA batteries
    or get rechargeable batts and a charger.

    Cheers,
    Paul Michaels
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL
     
    Paul Michaels, Dec 18, 2008
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  2. Paul Michaels

    Don Stauffer Guest

    Paul Michaels wrote:
    > We just bought the Fisher Price Kid Tough digital camera for a young
    > aspiring photographer. He's too young for a "real" camera which
    > wouldn't survive very long in a toddler's hands.
    >
    > It was about $50 on Amazon.com with free shipping. It feels really
    > well put together but the image quality is about the same as a cheap
    > computer webcam.
    >
    > Here's a photo gallery with some sample images -
    > http://www.paulstravelpictures.com/Fisher-Price-Kid-Tough-Digital-Camera-Review/
    >
    > Hopefully it will teach him the fundamentals of photography. Anyone
    > considering buying this camera should either stock up on AAA batteries
    > or get rechargeable batts and a charger.
    >
    > Cheers,
    > Paul Michaels
    > Ft. Lauderdale, FL


    I just bought a real cheap digital that would be good for a kid. It is a
    Vivitar, on sale at Walgreens for ten bucks! It is only 350 x 280
    pixels, but it does work. It is the first of its kind I have found that
    will not wear out its batteries between the time I take the pictures and
    the time I upload them to computer (it uses SDRAM rather than flash).

    I am thinking of keeping it in the car as an emergency camera, but
    worried about Minnesota winter temps. Ten bucks is not too much to
    loose :)

    Oh, it is also VERY small! Smallest I have seen.
     
    Don Stauffer, Dec 18, 2008
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