VTech Kidizoom Built-In Games Camera For Kids

Last updated: November 30, 2022

VTech Kidizoom Built-In Games Camera For Kids

We looked at the top Cameras For Kids and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Camera For Kids you should buy.

Product Details

In our analysis of 28 expert reviews, the VTech Kidizoom Built-In Games Camera For Kids placed 14th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

This camera for kids features a rotating and twisting camera lens that lets kids easily take selfies and photos of friends and family. Decorate your photos with more than 50 special effects including frames, filters, stamps and wacky effects. Five built-in games let you spot ninjas, swim in the ocean, blast away germs in the real world, play stylist and create healthy meals. Take the camera anywhere with a durable design that protects from drops and tumbles. Includes a video recorder and voice recorder for more creative ways to play.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

With each photo, they can add many fun effects to make each picture really stand out. Rotate the rotary ring on the front of the camera to add a few different color filters. The camera features a 4x digital zoom, built-in flash, 2.2" color screen, 5 games, dual view finders and a voice recording feature with 5 different voice-changing effects.
This camera for kids from VTech comes with twisting and rotating camera lens, which makes it easy to take photos and selfies. It also features 50 special effects, five built-in games, a video recorder, as well as a voice recorder.
Our kids love the rotating lens because they enjoy taking pictures of themselves. Lets face it, they also love features that allow them to twist and turn knobs.
Because it’s aimed at toddlers, it’s really simple to use; everything is done via graphics rather than words or numbers, and there’s a whopping great navigation button to help you get to what you want.

What reviewers didn't like

The camera is not rechargeable
The only point we’d also add is that you’re getting what you pay for. So, if you’re expecting portrait mode style images, you won’t get them. The shots aren’t that clear.
It’s taken her a little time to figure out it actually takes photos.
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