VTech Kidizoom Plus

Jun 26, 2013
Outside Magazine

   Photo: Courtesy of VTech

The Kidizoom has taken a lot of abuse—it's been dropped, shoved into a backpack, and thrown into the backseat of a car—yet it keeps on ticking. The body of the camera is thoughtfully designed for little hands: sturdy rubber grips on the sides and a double viewfinder enable the child to peer through the camera like a pair of binoculars. The picture quality is good, provided that your child stops moving long enough to hold the camera steady (which doesn't often happen at our house). For the toddler to preschool set, this camera is simple and intuitive to use, and very durable.  For 5-to-8-year-olds, photo editing, music and games add to the picture-taking fun.

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