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Fisher Price digital camera
Ilse Jurriën : February 17th 2007 - 03:48 CET
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Fisher priceFisher Price digital camera : Can't stop your kids from grapping your camera? Fisher Price has developed a solution for you. Fisher Price offers a digital camera that’s tough enough - and easy enough - for kids to use. What a perfect way for kids to get creative by taking, viewing and even printing their own digital pictures. All features of the Fisher Price digital camera are optimized for the use of children. The Fisher Price camera features a sturdy, dual handgrip for a steady shot and has big buttons that make it easy for little hands to use. Best of all; the controls are simple for kids to understand and the Fisher Price digital camera has been built with a durable, kid-tough design.
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The Kid-Tough Fisher Price digital camera is equipped with a 1.3" color LCD preview screen that lets kids instantly see the pictures they’ve taken. The digital camera further features a two-eye viewing which makes it easy to look through the viewfinder. Fisher Price digital camera measures approx. 5.5 inch x 4 inch (WxH) and requires 4 AA (LR6) alkaline batteries and includes 1 lithium (CR2032) battery. Available accessories for the Fisher Price digital camera include a Kid-Tough Digital Camera Case.

Fisher Price digital camera - Features
• Built-in auto flash
• Stores over 60 pictures, with 8 MB built-in memory
• SD memory card slot for increased storage capacity
• 640 x 480 resolution
• USB cord for computer connection
• CD of digital camera software
• Wrist strap

Fisher Price camera - Photo software requirements
• Compatibility: Windows 2000 or higher and MacIntosh
• Operating system: Windows 2000 / ME / XP
• Hardware: Pentium Class 500 MHz processor or better
• 75 MB hard drive space recommended

About Fisher Price toys
As the most trusted name in quality toys, Fisher Price has been helping to make childhood special for generations of kids. While we’re still loved for our classics, our employees’ talent, energy and ideas have helped us keep pace with the interests and needs of today’s families. Now we add innovative learning toys, toys based on popular preschool characters, award-winning baby gear, and numerous licensed children’s products to the list of Fisher Price favorites.

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