Summary: Hazel loved having her photo taken, she will be happy to become a girl on the screen , she just needs her pictures to be cheerfull and an easy to use camera, this is a little complicated for a cheap cine when shes only 8 and wants to be snap happy.
Summary: I bought this camera for my 7 year old daughter, she loves taking photos and i didnt want to spend a lot as she is only young and didnt want an expensive one getting lost or broken. The battery compartment is very flimsy and could easily be broken. I ask her to give it me when they need changing as she cant open and close it properly. Upon using on her birthday it only had capacity to take and save one photo which i think is useless!
Summary: We bought this for our daughters 6th birthday present. It's relatively sturdy, made from fairly good quality plastics, and whilst not producing the most fantastic results (image wise) it is easy to use and has the benefit of running off 2 bog standard batteries, so it's easy to swap them out when needed.
Summary: This camera is an absolute joke. Its sensor size is somewhere around 1600 x 1200 which they scale up to 9 megapixels in the menu settings. Vivitar do this in most of their cameras. To get any decent low light sensitivity, I had to take it apart and add on a wide angle lens.
Summary: The camera is very disappointing - it is fine outside in natural daylight but indoors or at night it produces very grainy photos and if you use the flash it creates a far too bright photograph. It also appears to have no memory so is unusable until you buy an SD card.
Summary: This camera was purchased as a replacement for my Vivitar 8370 camera that i unfortunately dropped and broke, and i assumed that as they are of similar price and both are by Vivitar that they would be of similar quality and i had been extremely satisfied with my 8370 previously but boy was i wrong!