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Reviews of Kids’ Digital Cameras

By Guest Contributor

Children’s Digital Camera Reviews: The Good, the Bad, and the Blurry
By Chris Jordan

kids digital camera reviewsI remember my first camera, way back in the Dark Ages. It was a Polaroid with a disposable flashbulb that stuck on the top. Oh, the quality was so poor, but I didn’t care. There was something magical about sitting there shaking the photo and waiting for it to show up. A couple years later I got the highly coveted disc camera. The photo quality was probably even worse. It couldn’t be enlarged beyond the 3 x 5 print without the photo image completely degrading.

I loved both of the cameras, blurry photos and all. Loved being able to take photos of my friends and myself while we pretended to be Barbizon models. Yes, they are definitely cringe worthy now, but I am happy to have them. With the advent of digital cameras geared specifically towards children, and not having to worry about the price of film and developing, even younger children can have the experience of taking their own photos.

With so many out there how do you know which camera you should chose for your child?

With the help of four of my seven children (4.5, 6, 8, and 10 years old), I did extensive tests on four of the more popular models currently for sale right now.

First I think it is important to ask yourself what your goal is in buying your child a camera. Preschoolers just like to point and click away, the final product is not as important to them. They see the image on the viewfinder and are happy to move on without giving it a second thought. Older children, however, have the expectation that they can not only view their photos but print them out. Finally, if your child is not old enough to hold still while taking a photo they are not going to turn out sharp no matter how fabulous the camera might be.

Disney Pix Click Camera

kids digital camera reviewsThe Features: 1″ color LCD screen, VGA digital resolution (640 x 480), stores up to 200 photos, a 2x digital zoom, built-in auto flash (SRP $$49.99)

The Good:
I wanted to like this camera, the Disney Pix Click Camera. I had high hopes for it coming out of the box. It is a nice weight, has a nice feel in your hands, has enough features that older children could potentially enjoy using it, you know if it actually worked well.

The Bad:
– No eye viewfinder. You need to look at the LCD screen. Personally I am old school and like having my eye and nose pressed up against the camera while I take a photo, but I realize that many people don’t care anymore. So this in and of itself might not be a problem, however this camera has a very poor quality LCD screen. The images are nearly impossible to make out when trying to take a photo, which makes it very much a crap shoot. And forget about being able to see anything on LCD screen in low light situations. As I told my 8 yr old son, “Just point and hope for the best.”
– It is .3MP. That is a very low resolution, think poor quality cell phone pictures. The flash completely washes out the subject. And even without the flash in good natural light the pictures are high contrast with very little in between.
– The rubber end cap that covers the USB port broke off the first time I opened it.
– Cannot accept SD cards for additional photo storage.
– This is the only camera out of the bunch that consistently frustrated my children.
Priced around $49.99 it is geared for the young elementary school aged child.

The Verdict:
Run away from this camera. If your child isn’t old enough to handle a 5MP $100 camera just wait another year. Don’t be lured in by the Disney name and the Highschool Musical or Hannah Montana graphics on the front. if your child balks at this tell him or her that Hannah Montana is most certainly not using this camera herself.

The test photos:
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Found at: Amazon

Nickelodeon Sponge Bob Square Pants 1.3 MP Camera
nickelodeon%20sponge%20bob%20camera%20review.jpgThe Features: SD compatible slot expandable to 2GB, Internal memory: 32MB stores 200 photos, flash can be turned on and off or set automatic, zoom 4x

The Good:
– Coming out of the box I was sure that this one was going to be my least favorite camera. It is small, smaller than is comfortable for grown-up hands. My 6 yr old, however, thinks that this camera is the bees knees.
– It stores up to 200 photos on the internal memory and also has a slot of an SD card up to 2GB. It has a view finder that looks like you are looking through vaseline, in fact I checked a couple of times to make sure that there was not some sort of plastic film covering it. But since this LCD has the same issues in low light as the Disney Pix Click camera above, it is nice to have any sort of view finder to use especially in low light situations where you can not see a thing on the LCD screen.
– The photos have greater amount definition, this is the only camera out of the bunch that is 1.3 megapixels, with some mid tone ranges in there with the high and low lights.
– My 6 yr old loves the self timer feature on this camera.

The Bad:
The view finder and LCD screen could both stand to be improved. If children could see better they would be able to take better photos.

The Verdict:
For the 6-9 yr old set this camera is great. Don’t expect great works of photographic art that you will be able to blow up and hang on the wall. But for photos of their friends, their food, the television, this little camera is a winner. Once they learn how to hold perfectly still you will be able to print out 4×6 photos.

The test photos:
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You can’t tell from the photos but it was a sunny day.

Found at: Best Buy

VTech Kidizoom Camera

The Features: .3 megapixels with 1.8″ color screen, double viewer or LCD screen for easy photo taking, SD card slot for extra memory, three preschool games, changeable faceplates, 16MB internal memory.

The Good:
– This was tested out primarily by my 4.5 year year old daughter. The manufacturers age range for this camera is 36 months to 6 years.
– .3 megapixels, again pretty poor, this camera has a double eye view finder like a view master as well as a large 1.8 ” LCD screen
– It has a 16MB internal storage and an SD card for external memory. It is a fat camera with large bumpers which make it easy to hold onto. But honestly, children in this age range can’t hold a camera still enough to take non blurry photos. By encouraging my daughter to rest the camera on the table or the back of a chair, she was able to get some nice photos.
– There are fun photo editing features on the camera that allow your child to add frames, or noses, or silly hats to the subject. Sure, those can be slightly fun, but after looking at 50 photos with a pig nose across the center you grow tired of that. My daughter had over 400 photos on the internal memory and a single set of batteries has lasted for a week.
– My daughter was able to figure out all of the features by herself in no time.
– There are two options for the shutter button, one on the top of the camera where the button traditionally is and one on the back where your thumb usually is (the large blue OK button).

The Bad:
Games on the camera? Eh, I could do without those. They just chew through the batteries. And really it is supposed to be a camera, not a toy.

The Verdict:
For a 4 or 5 year old child this camera, the VTech Kidizoom Camera has everything that they could possibly need. The tough plastic keeps the camera safe if it is dropped, kicked, used as a step stool. A younger 3 yr old would most certainly not be able to figure out the features.

The test photos:
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Found at: Amazon

Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera
The Features: Two settings: low .3 mega pixels, high 1.3 megapixels interpolated. This means you are not getting better quality photos and in fact your photos lose some of their sharpness, 8 MB internal memory also accepts SD card, much less internal memory than the VTech or other two choices lithium button battery provides backup power, unique to this camera automatic flash.

The Good:
– The prime selling point of this camera, like the VTech, is the ability to withstand drops, bumps and other toddler abuse while still functioning.
– This camera has the shutter button on the front, where your child’s fingers naturally curl around. Unlike the traditional shutter button up on top which makes the child adjust their hand and shake the camera.
– The tiny lithium battery keeps enough power to the camera so that while you are changing the AA batteries which power the camera all the images will not be lost.
– Photos are easily reviewed by pressing the arrows on either side of the LCD screen.

The Bad:
– It is way too easy to delete the photos on this camera. As my son discovered when his almost 3 yr old brother picked up the camera and began randomly clicking buttons.
– There is a two eye view finder, however this does not line up with what you see on the LCD screen.

The Verdict:
For a 3 yr old who is constantly reaching for your camera, the Fisher Price Kid Tough Digital Camera would be a better choice of camera over the VTech above.

The test photos:
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Found at Amazon.
The Fisher Price and the VTech cameras are both geared toward the same market, 3-6 yr olds, and have the same price point. The quality of the photos and the ease of use make these two fairly comparable.

The Conclusion:
Kids%20Digital%20Camera%20Reviews%20Test%20Shots.jpgThe overall winner of the camera testing was the Sponge Bob camera. 1.3 MP, the all important self-timer to photograph oneself in front of the television, lightweight and smaller sized for smaller hands make this the obvious choice for the 6-9 year olds. I wouldn’t recommend this camera for children much younger than this since it is not protected with heavy duty plastic, the way the VTech and Fisher Price cameras are. But keep in mind that both of those preschooler cameras are sold in the toy departments.

By popular demand (just read the comments), here is our follow-up review of additional Digital Cameras for Kids. We review the Polaroid Pixie Camera, the Discovery Slide & Shoot Digital Camera, the Little Tikes My Real Digital Camera, and the Diego Npower Digital Camera.


When Chris Jordan is not busy testing out cameras, she’s just wonderfully busy. Follow her daily memoirs at Notes from the Trenches.


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  • jm

    November 22, 2007 at 2:49 pm

    Awesome, kickass review. Seriously.

  • Jen

    November 22, 2007 at 3:02 pm

    I am a terrible digital camera junkie–I bought SIX for myself before I bought my beloved SLR. So after trying one of the crappy “kids” cameras, I confess I just got a “good” refurbished one for the kids off of WOOT. They may never use all the features, but they get consistently beautiful shots with a rechargeable battery. I still get lots of close-up shots of my nostrils and Sponge Bob on TV, though. Nothing will save you from those, I guess…

  • Kelli

    November 22, 2007 at 10:01 pm

    Great reviews thanks gives me lots to keep in mind.

  • py

    November 23, 2007 at 2:37 am

    I just love your review although I do not need a kiddy camera. I am not a mother, yet. HAHAHA!

  • Christy

    November 23, 2007 at 3:55 pm

    Thank you so so much. I was looking at cvameras for my 2 1/2 and 3 1/2 year olds. I will book mark this post so that I can refresh my memory when the purchasing time comes.

  • Fairly Odd Mother

    November 23, 2007 at 9:04 pm

    Just bought the V-Tech camera for my camera-obsessed 3 year old, and was relieved to hear your review. Yes, he needs something he can drop about 10 times a day, and the more buttons to push, the better. The only challenge will be getting him to share it with his sisters sometimes. Thanks for reviewing!

  • Leeann

    November 24, 2007 at 4:45 pm

    Great review. Seeing the photos also made it even better! My 12 and 9 year old children both asked for digital cameras this year for Christmas. After some thought, I ended up getting them both Fujifilm 8 MP point and shoots. It was only 20 dollars more than one of those cameras, on average.
    Hopefully we will be happy with the results!

  • Stacey

    November 25, 2007 at 12:34 pm

    Thank you so much for the review. I am going to purchase a digital camera for my daughter’s birthday. Your review helped me to figure out which one will be the best for her. THANKS!

  • Janet

    November 26, 2007 at 12:42 am

    The v-tech is yet to be tested by our 5 year old grandson, but I didn’t see mention of the video mode. V-tech says it doesn’t work with Mac computers, but it works fine on ours. I wish it took better pictures, but I think he’ll enjoy taking pictures and short videos.

  • Kim

    November 26, 2007 at 12:04 pm

    I just bought the Polaroid Pixie ($80, exclusively at Target) for my daughter – it was the only camera for kids I could find that had a decent resolution (3.1 megapixels). The rest of them either don’t specify the resolution, or are 1.3 Mp; and I just don’t think 1.3 Mp is worth the money. She already takes photos with our camera, so she should get the hang of this one immediately, and should get better at composing, etc. Soon we’ll have pictures that will print nicely, and can be sent to the grandparents (even if her compositions are, um, interesting). 🙂

  • Mama Luxe

    November 26, 2007 at 12:06 pm

    Excellent and helpful review…we aren’t quite ready for a toy camera, yet, but I’ve been wondering about them.

  • Lewellyn

    November 26, 2007 at 1:37 pm

    I got a CVS-brand disposable camera for my 3-year old. It fulfills her desire to take a picture and see it on the LCD screen. Every once in a while I delete all the floor and ceiling shots and let her keep going. I guess if she ever filled the memory with good shots, I’d even take it in to be developed!

  • Elle

    November 26, 2007 at 3:59 pm

    thanks — you rock!! this is exactly what i was hunting for!!

  • SAJ

    November 26, 2007 at 11:22 pm

    Great review! Thank you!

  • falwyn

    November 26, 2007 at 11:30 pm

    One other note on the Fisher Price model above: we got one for Christmas last year (for my 4 and 2 year olds, esp. the 2). Yes, the photos are pretty crappy, but it is still going strong a year later (I was going to buy them a regular $20 camera but figured it was worth a little extra so that it wouldn’t break the first time they dropped it). One other nice thing on it, that I hadn’t thought of, is that the battery case is closed with screws — they can’t get them out themselves by accident or (more likely) on purpose. (Some of the others probably have this too, but maybe something to look for.) Maybe look out for a deal like I found at Target — it came with an extra SD card included.

  • Lois

    November 27, 2007 at 2:04 pm

    Great info. I have spent way too much time lately trying to find reviews and endorsements for a good quality digital for my grandchildren, so I was happy to be directed to your info. Have you any info on the JazzJDC8, I think it’s a 3MP camera. My GC’s constantly want to use my Nikon D50…and I let them, so I’d like to divert them to their own cameras.

  • chris


    November 27, 2007 at 5:03 pm

    From what I could read online about the JazzJDC8, it is a very low quality camera, lower than the .3 MP of the cameras above. It is only a 352 x 288 QVGA Resolution, which is like .08MP. Yes, POINT ZERO EIGHT. I am not sure that you would have a clear photo larger than a thumbnail.
    Kim, I saw the Polaroid Pixie at my local Target also. I don’t recall that it was encased with break proof plastic, was it? So probably it would be a good choice for kids who are old enough not to drop their cameras?

  • Lois

    November 28, 2007 at 7:22 am

    Chris, thank you for you interest in the camera details. Misread the megapixles on the Jazz as 3 not .3! I found the Polariod Pixie for $68.00 on Amazon, shipped from Target, and that camera at 3MP may be the answer.The reviews there were only lukewarm. This forum has been really great and I thank you again for your response. I love that the “Littles” are so visual and that we share the excitment of photographing everything in sight…so I’m anxious to get them settled into a piece of equipment of their own.

  • Cara

    November 28, 2007 at 10:34 am

    This is a great timely review, as my 3 year old is looking for a camera for her upcoming birthday… cheers!

  • Nic

    December 7, 2007 at 6:53 pm

    Your timing couldn’t be better. I have printed off and am heading to store now to pick up a digital camera for the kid.

  • debbie

    December 8, 2007 at 12:56 pm

    Thank you for the great review. I am still undecided though. It’s for my 7 year old. I like that the vtech has video. But the sponge bob sounds like it has better quality. Either way, thanks for the great review!!!

  • tracey

    December 10, 2007 at 1:07 am

    Dude! I had a disc camera in high school. I thought maybe I was the only one. Those negs were the size of my pinky fingernail!
    I just reviewed a little Discovery Kids camera if you are interested in checking it out. I pointed readers over here.

  • megan64

    December 16, 2007 at 12:37 am

    Thanks. Now I don’t have to guess.

  • Steve

    March 2, 2008 at 3:57 pm

    Thanks for the post, I think I’m a late arrival to this article as the field has changed a little since you wrote it.
    Right now, the Polaroid is looking better than the others, but I must say, in my search for a camera for my 3yo, I’ve been very disappointed with the quality (or lack of) in the genre!
    What’s the point of getting a REAL camera if the photos are so small and blurry that they are un-usable? Might as well stick with the TOY camera she already uses!

  • Susan Taylor

    May 7, 2008 at 3:59 pm

    Do you happen to have a review of the Polaroid Pixie? The reviews are terrible on other websites — but my 5 year old needs a camera so we can quit fighting over my $400 one! I think we are getting the spongebob — but do you know about the Pixie???

  • Rod

    June 11, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    Just read some Polaroid Pixie reviews and everyone that bought one gave it 1/5 stars. Batteries dead in 2 hours seemed to be the biggest complaint. Waste of money and do not buy were the title of most the reviews.

  • sarap

    June 18, 2008 at 12:34 am

    Thank you Thank you Thank you
    Have been looking for a 3yr old great job on the reviews!

  • todd

    July 31, 2008 at 11:26 pm

    thanks for the reviews.
    it was easy to find on google.
    the kids tough looks like the one for our 3 year old, though i am tempted to just cut him loose with our $250 one that he normally uses, ’cause he takes better pix than me.

  • Catie

    September 6, 2008 at 2:40 pm

    Thank you for the great review. We want to get a camera for our three and a half year old and wanted to know what was best to get for his age. This was very helpful!!

  • Sara

    September 14, 2008 at 11:07 am

    Have any of you heard or read about the Memorex Diego or Dora Dig Cam? I am interested in at least fair photo quality but durability for a 3 yr old to use. Also, I would love it if any had rechargeable batteries!!!

  • Lori Ann

    September 24, 2008 at 9:50 pm

    Nice reviews! What about for the parents? What are the best digital cameras that are reasonably priced, and yet will turn out super shots for the walls and the grandparents? I wonder whether a digital SLR is worth the cost… but then I see my friend’s photos of her son, and they’re stunning! Far superior to mine – and I’M the one who’s taken photography classes!

  • Chrissi

    October 9, 2008 at 11:44 am

    Nice review. I ended up waiting to get a camera upgrade on clearance for my kids. (7 and 10) They didn’t want a “baby” one. In our house we all have Cannon or Sony. Cannon is nice because most have a nice zoom (for when you go to the zoo) and the zoom works in video mode. Sony doesn’t have a zoom in video mode, (once you set the zoom, that’s it. No changing your mind.) I ended up getting a Sony cybershot DSC-W55 for my 10 yr old. 7.2mp is the same as mine and I paid $85 for hers. My 7 yr old got one from my sister, who got a new one from my mother when my mother bought a new one for herself. It is a Cannon SD400, 5mp and been through 2 people before her. It still works great. I figure if you are going to buy a camera for a child, buy a good one. My 7 yr old keeps it in her purse and always brings it with her. My camera only comes with if I think I need it. It’s nice to have her camera when we unexpectantly stop at the park or something. I would hate to have a 1.3mp for some pictures I would like to keep. You never know when you will use it. Also, I went to and bought lanyards for all the cameras so they won’t get dropped. I have trusted my kids with their own cameras since they were 4 and they have dropped a camera once and that was on carpet. No worries. My kids wanted a camera when they were under 4 and I told them if they could carry a play camera and not drop it, then they could get a camera. It ended up being where they just pretended to take pictures and that was fine with them. They even made sound effects. I was going to wait until the oldest was five before I let her have a camera, but I bought a new one for myself (OMG! 4mp came out? I need one! HAHA) so she got my 3.2mp. When someone else bought a new camera, my youngest got that one and she happened to be 4 at the time also. The only reason I bought a new camera for my 10 yr old is because it was her birthday (2 digits). She got a camera, some makeup and a bra. It was a good birthday.

  • Mark

    October 22, 2008 at 7:23 am

    Hey! Thank you for such a great review. That helps a lot.

  • jacquie

    November 1, 2008 at 11:05 am

    Thanks, great review. Needed some advice whether to get the Vtech or Fisher price kids camera for my 4yr old.

  • Lisl

    November 4, 2008 at 3:46 pm

    Has anyone heard anything about the little tykes My real digital camera?

  • Jeff

    November 6, 2008 at 5:35 pm

    OK – I tried most of the above. My single 2 biggest complaints. No rechargable batteries and hard to remove SD cards (if they had one). I ended up buying a lowend normal camera with an extended warranty and rechargable batteries. No fuss, great pics and easy battery. I was spending a fortune on batteries!

  • Melyssa

    November 10, 2008 at 2:26 pm

    This is exactly what I was looking for! My almost-7 yr old son wants a digital camera for Christmas and I don’t even own for myself yet so I didn’t want to spend a TON of money on one for my son. He loves to take pictures on his Nana’s Digital Camera so I figured its time for him to have his own. This review is AWESOME and will help me make a decision on which one to get for him. Thanks so much Chris!

  • Sandi

    November 10, 2008 at 2:28 pm

    Thanks, even reading this a year later helps a lot. Newer models are out on some of these cameras but this information is still invaluable. I really wanted to buy my 2 1/2 year old a camera this Christmas but after reading this, I realize it would be a waste. Thanks for saving my money and diverting it to a much more suitable idea!

  • Melyssa

    November 10, 2008 at 2:46 pm

    I just bought a digital camera for my son! Although the camera I purchased was not included in this review, the review helped me become a hardcore camera detective!
    Here’s what I found!
    Polaroid CKA-00301S: 3.0 Megapixel Digital Camera
    3.0 megapixel resolution
    Big 2.4″ bright LCD screen let’s you see your picture before you shoot
    2x digital zoom let’s zoom in on your picture
    16 MB built-in storage for storing pictures
    SD card compatibility lets you share pictures with your computer
    2 viewfinders help little eyes see what to shoot
    Includes 8 really fun built-in games
    Unit dimensions: 6.14″H x 1.57″W x 3.54″L (156mm x 40mm x 90mm)
    Unit weight: 6.2 oz. (.18 kg.)
    Wrist strap
    USB cable
    AV cable
    Photo editing software
    Retail value of $59.00
    Built for growing hands and growing minds, the kid-friendly Polaroid pixie™ digital camera is fun, easy to use, and include features geared to captivate your child’s imagination and further their creativity. In Game mode the camera becomes a portable video game, with 8 games. Basketball, Bounce, Fancy Match, Happy Diamond, Jewel Master, Motor Rally, Super Surfing, and Track & Field will keep your child occupied on long car trips, or provide hours of fun at home on the TV (Mom & Dad might find the games to be equally addicting ). Best of all, it’s ruggedly designed to withstand the rough and tumble play in your child’s world. Now that’s something every parent will appreciate. Optional SD card expands the 16MB capacity to whatever you want. Included USB cable lets you download the pictures to your computer. Included TV cable lets you connect the camera to your television to play the 8 games on your TV screen.
    I only paid $17.50 for it on EBAY (brand new in package)!!! If you are interested in this camera and want to save money on it, check out this Ebay seller: mark48ptc
    Awesome deal, and for a tough 3.0 mp kids camera?!!! I’m game! 🙂

  • gwen

    November 15, 2008 at 5:11 pm

    I am looking at purchasing the polaroid pixie camera for my daughters. I have read it has the best pictures of the kids cameras but that the batteries die soon. Do you have any experience with this?
    Thank you!!

  • Karen

    November 28, 2008 at 6:44 pm

    Thanks so much for this info. Our 3 yr. old is into taking pictures now and she actually takes pretty good ones with my digital camera. We almost bought the F.P. Kid Tough Camera but now we’re defenetely getting her the Vtech one for x-mas.

  • Jessica

    December 30, 2008 at 8:39 am

    Your reviews helped me in choosing the right camera for my twin daugthers (3 yrs). First I was looking for good quality photos but then realize (thanks to you) that at that age they only want to point and see the photo. We bought the Vtech and is great for them … now at least 4 cousins from 4 – 7 years wnat one for 3 Kings Day!!!


    January 2, 2009 at 10:54 am

    Looking for a camera for my 4 yr old – the reviews helped me
    think were going with vtech to be honest

  • Doris

    February 13, 2009 at 11:58 am

    Bought a fisher price camera for my 6 year old and the picture on the LCD screen was so blurry the child was in tears, I can’t say what the photos would have been like printed as I returned it to the shop. I have bought him a canon digital camera and he can work it better then I can. Unless the child is very young this camera is very disappointing.

  • collyn

    April 15, 2009 at 8:29 pm

    its ok i like the disney one

  • Jay

    July 9, 2009 at 12:54 pm

    maybe this post is due for an update? Technology changes a lot in a year and a half.
    Editor: At the bottom of the article we link to our updated review. But, thank you for your suggestion.

  • Lori (Hayden's Mommy)

    September 12, 2009 at 9:30 am

    Thanks for the reviews. We are going on vacation to the Pacific Northwest next week. Our 2.9 year old son, Hayden, loves to use the camera whenever it is out. Since there will be lots of picture-taking on this trip, I’ve decided to get him his own camera. This way we don’t have to deal with the hassle of him wanting the camera and crying because we don’t give it to him. I’ve decided to get either the VTech or Fisher Price camera (price and/or color will be the deciding factor) since it is durable and it’s function is just to keep him happy. Great job, Chris! My only suggestion would be to put the SRP on all of the items. I only noticed it on the Disney camera. Thank you again!

  • Molly

    November 21, 2009 at 1:20 am

    I bought the v-tech kids camera for my daughter’s 4th birthday coming up in a couple of days. Your review was very helpful for me to decide to keep it. The vtech kidizoom I bought (on sale at Target for $40) says it has 2.0 megapixels so hopefully the pictures will be a bit better.
    Thanks for taking the time to reivew and share them.

    • Karen

      September 6, 2015 at 4:45 pm

      Hi! how did it go? the new version with 2 mp it’s better? how is the quality of the photos?

      Kind regards

  • jess

    November 28, 2009 at 4:43 am

    hi your review was amazing but i still cant decide between the fisher price and the v tec witch pictures are betteri thought your vtec camera pics looked better than the fisher price ones but you said the fisher price is better than the vtec