- Do you have a budding little photographer in your family who loves to be on the other side of the lense? We do and it has been great to see her passion to take photos develop , but it can also be a little bit scary when four year old Miss M wants to use our favourite camera.
We have always thought how great it would be if there was a camera out there for kids to use?
We were very excited to discover there was when we were approached by Vtech to try out the Vtech Kidizoom Duo camera (3-9 years) . It has been perfect timing as we countdown the days till our trip to Japan.
When the camera arrived in the mail Miss M couldn’t get the box opened fast enough.
As parents we are happy that the camera is sturdy and although larger than the standard size camera ( 2.4-inch colour LCD screen), the screen is just perfect for kids to interact with all the features of the camera . The camera has over 70 photo effects including cute photo frames , distortion effects, selfie backgrounds and you can also film movies, adding animations along the way. The Record your voice and add funny effects to it feature can provide some laughs to story time. With a front camera so that kids can have fun with their friends and family members and motion control games ,Wacky Photo Shaker, Photo Editor and Silly Face Detector. I think this will definetly keep Miss M entertained on our long plane trip Japan.
It didn’t take long for our budding photographer to master all the operations of the Vtech Kidizoom camera. We now have lots of photos and videos that we are looking forward to printing and putting on disk to watch together. Have a look at what Miss M had to say for herself.
Note : The camera was gifted to us for review purposes . All opinions are our own.
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