VTech 507103 Kidizoom Duo Camera 5.0|Digital Camera For Children |Electronic Toy Camera |Photos & Video For Kids Aged 3, 4, 5,

£39.99

  • PERFECT FIRST CAMERA: This children's camera is ideal as your kid's first camera, so they can start creating memories by themselves or with their friends. A great toy to enhance their creativity
  • DESIGNED FOR KIDS: With a 5-megapixel lens, this toy camera takes high-quality photos and videos. Your kid can even edit photos or apply funny effects on videos whilst using their creativity to achieve their desired result
  • A CREATIVE TODDLER CAMERA: Your kid will be the director with this toy. With the movie recording and voice recording effects, your little one is in for hours of fun behind the camera
  • GREAT FEATURES: With front and rear-facing cameras, this toy offers several features to your kid. Through learning games, photo editing, and applying fun effects, your little one will enjoy this new best friend
  • IDEAL GIFT FOR BOYS & GIRLS AGED 3+: This kids camera is suitable for kids aged 3+ to learn and develop their creativity while having heaps of fun!

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From the manufacturer

Kidizoom Duo Camera — Blue

Kidi­zoom Duo Cam­era is a fun, durable and easy to use dig­i­tal cam­era with front and rear fac­ing cam­eras so you can take fun pho­tos and selfies.

Spe­cial fea­tured Pho­to Opti­mi­sa­tion, when you take a pho­to, mul­ti­ple shots will be tak­en and the cam­era will find the best shot to save.

The cam­era also fea­tures movie record­ing and voice record­ing with five dif­fer­ent voice chang­ing effects.

There are also fun games with motion con­trol and cre­ativ­i­ty options allow­ing you to enhance your pho­tos with a vari­ety of frames, stamps and wacky effects. Requires 4 AA batteries.

Bat­ter­ies includ­ed for demo pur­pos­es only.

Duo 5.0 Camera Blue

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Additional information

Weight 200 kg
Dimensions 4 × 11.4 × 8.5 cm
Product Dimensions

4 x 11.4 x 8.5 cm; 200 Grams

Batteries

4 AA batteries required.

Item model number

507103

Language

English

Assembly Required

No

Batteries Required

Yes

Batteries included

No

Material Types

Plastic

Material Composition

Plastics

Remote Control Included

No

Color

Blue

Release date

31 Oct. 2019

ASIN

B07CSZMZT2

Date First Available

2 May 2018

Manufacturer

36 months - 9 years

Reviews

  1. Becky

    You’ll need recharge­able bat­ter­ies and an SD card!The cam­era works out of the box (no need to take it and set it up before wrap­ping it) and is a very decent first cam­era for a child. My 4.5 year old daugh­ter can oper­ate it and actu­al­ly sussed out the dif­fer­ent main fea­tures faster than I did! As with most dig­i­tal cam­eras it has a dig­i­tal screen dis­play­ing the live image, but it also has a dou­ble viewfind­er which teach­es young­sters about lin­ing up an image by eye, but with­out them hav­ing to coor­di­nate clos­ing one eye to do it (which might be tricky for small­er chil­dren). The cam­era has fea­tures found on adult cam­eras includ­ing a 4 times zoom, a flash which can be turned on or off or put on auto­mat­ic, and a timer, plus it also has a rear cam­era for self­ies, coloured fil­ters (includ­ing black and white), a video cam­era option, voice recorder, fun pho­to effects, a basic pho­to edi­tor and some games which can be dis­abled or lim­it­ed through the parental controls.It’s a robust cam­era with a rub­ber shell and a stur­dy feel, and it takes 5 megapix­el pho­tos. Whilst the pic­ture qual­i­ty isn’t fan­tas­tic, it is much bet­ter out­doors and this is a great cam­era for a child to learn to use a cam­era with, whilst being rel­a­tive­ly hardy to being dropped etc, and the pho­tos them­selves not tak­ing up too much space on a com­put­er. The inter­nal mem­o­ry stores about 200 pho­tos, and we pur­chased a 16GB micro SD card to expand the mem­o­ry (it will take up to 32GB), which will store approx 14,000 pho­tos or 900 min­utes of video, which is plen­ty. The cam­era talks to a PC using the pro­vid­ed micro USB cable and Drop­box is able to recog­nise the cam­era and down­load the new pho­tos automatically.My only gripe, and the rea­son I’m giv­ing it 4 stars rather than 5, is that it runs on bat­ter­ies (4xAA) rather than being recharge­able. I would expect any dig­i­tal cam­era in this day and age to be recharge­able so did­n’t even think to check. The bat­ter­ies sup­plied with the unit only last­ed 1 day, so we have pur­chased some Ener­giz­er extreme recharge­able bat­ter­ies and they are last­ing longer.

  2. Neo99

    ALERT : HAS A USB BUT NOT CHARGEABLE. NEEDS 4 AA BATTERIESMy wife bought this for my son and assumed that it was sup­plied with recharge­able bat­ter­ies which can be charged via USB. Wrong assump­tion! After the cam­era had no charge left, not know­ing the bat­ter­ies were stan­dard AAs , we plugged it into the USB and found it did­nt charge. I assumed it must be a defec­tive prod­uct and asked for a replace­ment which prompt­ly arrived. Same issue again . Only then did I look at past reviews where oth­er par­ents have also made the same mis­take and bought the prod­uct assum­ing it must be recharge­able giv­en it has a USB port. Com­plete­ly crim­i­nal of VTEC to make a chil­dren’s prod­uct with a USB need­ing dis­pos­able bat­ter­ies! Had I known that, I doubt my wife or I would have bought this prod­uct. Most peo­ple in this day and age would assume if a prod­uct has a USB port, it would be charge­able through it and thats a rea­son­able assump­tion to make. The Ama­zon pur­chase page should make it clear that this cam­era needs AA bat­ter­ies to work and is not charge­able through the USB port which can only be used to con­nect to a com­put­er. Unfor­tu­nate­ly for me, the cam­era is now out­side the replacement/refund win­dow so stuck with it!

  3. Clan­cy­ness

    If Vtech removed the games it would be greatPic­ture qual­i­ty is fine for 5–8s and in the price brack­et. I’m not going up a Prince point until there’s less chance of break­ing it, and let’s face it, the old­er folk break things anyway.It’s super easy to use but as per usu­al, doesn’t store much so you have to buy the mini card for extra stor­age. In these times, WHY are we still using bat­ter­ies to oper­ate, recharge­able or not? This bugs me.Also why have the games? Destroys the cre­ativ­i­ty and cam­eras become anoth­er thing entire­ly. I have anoth­er child star­ing at a screen. Star­ing at screens isn’t nor­mal and why are we all con­di­tioned to believe this? Remove the games as soon as you can — easy to dis­able this in settings.Otherwise this is a great cam­era com­pared to oth­ers. Looked at cheap­er — didn’t feel com­fort­able spend­ing my hard earned cash on them.This is bump proof and my daugh­ter is lov­ing it.

  4. AG-Fam­i­ly

    Amaz­ing first cam­era for lit­tle fin­gers — A cou­ple of acces­sories need­edThis lit­tle cam­era is bril­liant val­ue for mon­ey. I paid 35£ for this item when it was on offer but I still feel it is great val­ue for mon­ey at its retail price of 42£. It is the per­fect birth­day or Christ­mas present.I love tak­ing pho­tos and have recent­ly brought myself a new cam­era to play around with so I brought this for my 2 year old so he can join in with me tak­ing pho­tos with­out hav­ing to touch MY new toy!I was not expect­ing much for the price I paid but it real­ly is a great lit­tle gadget.The cam­era its self is real­ly easy to use. My lit­tle one knows how to turn it on and take pho­tos with­out any issues.It isn’t to heavy either so it is easy for lit­tle fin­gers to hold.Just be mind­ful like an adults cam­era you ‘need’ to buy extras to go with (which then makes a cheap toy a lot more expen­sive, shock!!) I would rec­om­mend get­ting the fol­low­ing ‑1. Recharge­able bat­ter­ies. This will save you mon­ey in hav­ing to replace them every week!2. An SD card to store the pho­tos on.3. The match­ing cam­era case to store it in. This makes my lit­tle one feel like he is a prop­er pho­tog­ra­ph­er and feels the part when we take our cam­eras out!The rea­son I have giv­en it a 4 star is because I hon­est­ly don’t under­stand why there are sil­ly lit­tle games on there?! That did near­ly put me off buy­ing it as I want­ed just a cam­era but noth­ing else on the mar­ket seemed as good as this option. The games are just as rub­bish as I imag­ined too. Lucky my lit­tle one is to young to work­out how to play them but I am sure a 4/5 year old would know how to.I would def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend this to friends and family.

  5. Mrs Grant

    Bril­liantBought this for my grand­son’s 4th birth­day hav­ing already bought one for one of my oth­er grand­sons three years ago and it is still going strong. It is very well made — robust even for the liveli­est of chil­dren and is very easy to use for a lit­tle one. The new fea­tures on this lat­est ver­sion are great and will give hours of fun just chang­ing the back­groounds and pro­duc­ing hilar­i­ous pho­tos as a result. I would highy rec­om­mend it. The only gripe I have is that it works on bat­ter­ies, why on earth don’t they pro­duce one which can be recharged — much eas­i­er for busy par­ents than hunt­ing down bat­ter­ies all the time.

  6. SMT

    More than a cam­eraRobust cam­era which my 4 year old grand son took to imme­di­ate­ly. BUT as well as hav­ing a range of pic­ture adjust­ing pos­si­bil­i­ties it also had some com­put­er games that can be played on it screen. As a fam­i­ly that does not want our chil­dren turned into com­put­er games addicts, had I real­ly appre­ci­at­ed that as well as being a cam­era it is a games con­sole, I woudl not have bought it, sure enough, my grand son will sit for ages on the sofa com­plete­ly absorbed by the games. He loves the cam­era though — his father thanked me for buy­ing the extra ‘card’ as its inter­nal mem­o­ry is not great and the extra card will hold a coupe of thou­sand pho­tos — plenty.

  7. Dave T.

    Excel­lent qual­i­tyGreat prod­uct. Bought for you 4 year old son for hol­i­day so that we could take pic­tures while at the beach, zoo, aquar­i­um etc and he loves. Added bonus of “snapchat” type fea­tures so he can take fun­ny pic­tures of the fam­i­ly. The games are also handy although at times are hard for a 4 year old to under­stand how to con­trol and/or move cer­tain things

  8. Lau­ra

    Fan­tas­tic toddler/kids cam­eraOur son absolute­ly loves this cam­era and now our phones are same! ;-)Very easg to use with good twin view find­ers and com­fort­able grips to avoid drops. The czmwra feels sol­id with rub­ber­ized edges to protect.The pic­ture qual­i­ty from pho­tos tak­en are much bet­ter than expected!Should your tod­dler need a break from tak­ing pics, then there are also a num­ber of games also included

  9. Ms. K. T. Lenton

    Excel­lent toy for toddler/young pre-school­er — good val­ue for mon­eyThis is my 3rd V‑Tech cam­era pur­chase, hav­ing brought 2 pre­vi­ous­ly for my now teenag­er eldest dur­ing her ear­ly years. My youngest just turned 4 and like a lot of kids that age is always pick­ing up every­one elses tablets/phones to play — I want­ed to get him some­thing age appro­pri­ate that was his to tin­ker with. V‑Tech has done the job perfectly.Some review­ers have com­plained that the games take away from the cam­era fea­ture, my response to this (from my pre­vi­ous expe­ri­ences with ear­li­er ver­sion of the cam­era that also had games on) would be, yes they do but only to some extent. Even­tu­al­ly the child gets inter­est­ed in going back to look at oth­er fea­tures too. I like that my son has his own lit­tle device to play with — if he’s play­ing with the games then I have no prob­lem with that (they are very sim­ple games), in fact we all sit with him and play them/help him with it. We also encour­age the pho­to side and do lots of the com­e­dy frames togeth­er. We also have a lot of fun doing sil­ly voic­es on the voice recorder. You can of course turn the games fea­ture off in the options.It’s robust enough to be dropped about and easy enough for a 4 year old to oper­ate (with a bit of help here and there, also he turned the lan­guage to ger­man by acci­dent at one point!).The pho­tos them­selves are fair­ly low qual­i­ty. It does have a flash on it and also a lim­it­ed zoom fea­ture. As above there are lots of frames and ani­ma­tions you can do (my eldest got more into this when she was a bit older/after hav­ing the cam­era for a while).If you are look­ing for a pure cam­era for more seri­ous pho­tog­ra­phy then this is not it — but if you are look­ing for an age appripri­ate elec­tron­ic toy with a few dif­fer­ent fea­tures and some­thing that does a great job of enter­tain­ing old­er toddlers/preschoolers/early years this is real­ly bril­liant and excel­lent val­ue for money.

  10. Rose

    On offer — Fan­tas­tic.Bought for a boys Christ­mas present, 3 yearsPros…Camera itself is sim­ple to use. Easy set up and requires 4 x AA bat­ter­ies. We’ve con­vert­ed to using rechar­gables, but it’s bat­tery life over­all is very good.Sturdy due to the side pro­tec­tion. Has a good selec­tion of frames and games to play, which are very sim­ple so excel­lent for a three to four year old.A par­tic­u­lar favourite fea­ture of it is the Self­ie mode, and the focus tuner on the lens changes the colour of the pic­tures, there’s about 7 filters.We got this about a month before Chirst­mas at just over twen­ty pounds (on a deal) and I think it has been fan­tas­tic for the price so far.Cons…The image qual­i­ty is very poor on both the front and back cam­eras, I did­n’t expect it to be bril­liant, but it’s worse than I thought it would be.I would maybe have bought it for when he was 4–5, as it requires a steady hand, It is made ergonom­i­cal­ly well to hold straight and still, how­ev­er my son was just a tad to young at the time of pur­chase and is much bet­ter with it now he’s a bit old­er. (Near­ly 4).

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