Summary: My 9 year old daughter loves this camera. It's easy to use and has fun sounds, plus games, and short video recordings. There's room for lots of pictures to store & photos remain even after battery has been changes. It's a great price & great valued item!
Excerpt: My daughter wanted her own camera so I searched online and came across Vtech Kidizoom Plus, read good reviews on it, went to Tesco and bought one. It can also be purchased from Toys ‘r’ Us, Amazon, eBay and most toy shops. It comes in two different colours – pink for girls and blue for boys. Obviously, if girls prefer the blue camera there is no stopping them of getting one and vice versa, as both has basically the same functions.
Excerpt: My little girl received her first toy camera when she was around six months old and it quickly became one of the more popular toys she had! As she got bigger I replaced her first camera with one that she could look through and see what she was "taking pictures" of and we got to the point where whenever I was using my digital camera she would show a huge amount of interest and would want to use it herself.
Excerpt: For my son’s sixth birthday I was looking for gift ideas when I stumbled across the vtech kidizoom plus camera. I was aware that a couple of my friends had purchased them for their children and that they were pleased with the product and so I bought it for the reduced rate of £30.00 from my Littlewoods catalogue. What is it? The kidizoom plus is a digital camera which is designed for use by children aged from three years.
Pros: chunky and easy for a child to hold, allows them to have some independence with a camera
Excerpt: Since my daughter has been able to grab things she has been obsessed with digital cameras and has often tried to play with mine, frequently leaving greasy finger marks on the lens. So last year, with her being older and more in control (she was 3 at the time) we decided to buy her a camera for herself. My husband wanted to buy her just a cheap ‘adult’ digital camera but I felt she would not get as much enjoyment from that as she would from a child orientated camera.