Vivitar 14.1 MP Digital Camera with 2.7" LCD, Colors May Vary
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Don't miss out on a great shot! Flip the 1.8" LCD screen to take a self portrait, or include yourself in every photo! The iTwist VT028 features a 12.1 Megapixel resolution, together with high quality 4x digital zoom. Innovative Anti-Shake and Face/Smile Detection functions, along with convenient AA batteries and Video Recording, make it an easy choice for any amateur photographer.
Most helpful customer reviews
38 of 40 people found the following review helpful.
Good camera for the price
Takes decent pictures. Easy to use and a good amount of storage.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
Says new, but it ain't new.
By Matt G
I was looking for a cheap starter camera for my 4 year old son. I'm sure it'll take pictures appropriate to its $26 price. But when I'm told I'm buying a "new" product, I expect it to be new. This was clearly previously owned. It looks like someone took a fork to the viewing screen. I'm sure this is a 3 star product, but gets one star for the deception.
17 of 19 people found the following review helpful.
Meh...I guess it works.
By Camille H
For the price, it's okay. Got this for my daughter (2.5 years old) so she could start playing with a camera. Only reasons I got it was because it had a viewing screen and it was at a good price point since she will likely break it. So far, she enjoys playing with it. I haven't tried taking any outdoor pics with it and most of the shots she takes are very blurry (if she can manage to keep her fingers from blocking the lens. I'm an experienced photographer and this camera is quite terrible at taking indoor photos, but what can you expect at this price point and at 14.1 MP. See the attached photo. I and they were both moving but it was literally the best shot we had on her memory card. Picture quality compares to an old flip phone camera. Also, it does do videos but they are pretty poor quality. They have sound as well. For still pictures, you can use flash if you turn off "macro" located on the side of the camera. Took a while to find that -.-
The batteries randomly pop out which is really annoying. We have a second child who is under one and loves to eat everything SO yeah.
The one that got shipped to me was the red version. I would have rather had the black but it said color may vary so can't really get angry about that. It is weird to me that the black flips up and the red flips sideways. The way the screen is attached seems flimsy and it will likely break off before anything else fails. Doubt these are actually vivitar...likely just cheap knockoffs with the name on the front.
It does not come with a memory card (or batteries) so make sure you buy one if you end up purchasing this camera. I would not recommend it and would not buy again myself. But since we have it, she'll use it till it breaks or until she's old enough to appreciate a more expensive one.