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Digital Blue Lego Animation Station Camcorder

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Toys,

Lego CamcorderWe told you how Lego was going to start offering electronic products for kids. Take a look at their Animation Station Video Camera that has a 1.4-inch color LCD flip-out display, record/function buttons, a 5-way navigational pad and a detachable remote. The cam comes complete with a how-to guide for amateur photographers as well as editing software. Digital Blue has plans to release it either late summer or early fall with a retail price of $79.99.

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Digital Blue/Lego Kids’ Electronics

Lego CameraDigital Blue has teamed with Lego to bring an entire line of kids’ gadgets out to play. Included in the series will be a digital cam, a video camera, MP3 player, walkie talkie and other electronics. Although they will have the look of the blocks, fortunately the users cannot dissemble them. Look for a summer release. We bet this would be a good gift for those Lego addicted friends of yours as well as the kidlets.

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Pix Max Digital Cam Includes Disney Characters

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Misc. Tech, USB,

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Who needs a trip to Disneyland this summer when you can get a camera for your kids that includes their favorite Disney Character? The Pix Max Digital Silver Star Camera features a 1.5-inch LCD screen, 3.0 digital resolution, built-in auto-flash, a 4x digital zoom, holds 32 MB, and is USB enabled. It also houses an SD/MMC Card Slot expandable to 2 GB, has TV out capacity, runs on two AA batteries (not included,) and comes with easy-to-use software. The $79.99 price tag is a bit stiff for the cam, but it beats having to get up at 7:00 in the morning in Orlando just to have your picture taken during breakfast with Mickey Mouse.


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