My Real Digital Video Camera Is I4U Top 100 Gift Tip #58

Posted: Oct 15 2008, 1:16pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:04am CDT , in Holiday Gift Guide


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When it comes time for me to shoot movies and take pictures at home one of my kids always wants to help me. The problem is that my HD camcorder and DSLR camera cost a lot of money and I am not comfortable putting them into the hands of a three-year-old or seven-year-old who may not understand how fragile electronics are.

If your kids are like mine, you should consider the Little Tykes My Real Digital Video Camera as a holiday gift. The camera is very rugged and built to withstand drops and bumps that come with being owned by children. The camera is even waterproof allowing kids to take video or still shots while swimming or in the rain.

Video can be edited inside the camera with special effects and music tracks to enhance the movie. A large 1.7-inch LCD makes it easy for kids to align up their shots and to view what they have taken. Storage built-in on the camera is 64MB, but a SD card slot is integrated when more storage is needed.

For Whom:

The Little Tykes My Real Digital Video Camera is perfect for kids three and up who want to take their own pictures and make home movies. It is also perfect for parents looking for a digital camera that their kids won’t break easily.

The Good:

  • SD Card Slot
  • Waterproof to 3 feet
  • In camera editing

The Bad:

  • Video and still image quality aren’t great

Where to Buy:

Buy your own Little Tykes My Real Digital Video Camera here.

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