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Vivitar V8370 Digital Camera - Black (8.0 MP,3x Optical Zoom) 2.4"Colour TFT Screen

by Vivitar

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  • 8.0 MEGAPIXELS
  • 3 X OPTICAL ZOOM
  • 5 X DIGITAL ZOOM
  • 2.4" LCD
  • FACE DETECTION
  • 12 SEPARATE SCENE MODES
  • PICTBRIDGE
  • CAPTURE VIDEO WITH SOUND

Product details

  • Item Weight: 118 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
  • Item model number: Vivitar V8370 Black
  • ASIN: B0018NVNHM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Nov 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 134,096 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

With the rapidly developing online world of today, Vivitar have released a digital camera that will make uploading photographs and video clips a breeze.

The ViviCam 8370 is Vivitars’ first 8 mega pixel digital camera with Face detection technology. Along with that it has been engineered to handle demands of the online culture of today.

Firstly it allows you to shoot photographs in the auction mode for images that are saved in the correct resolution which is 640X480, enabling you a speedy upload to internet auction sites, online photo albums and general Blogging.

The optimised video upload software enables you to share your video clips via social networking sites or by VBlogging quicker than ever before.

Box Contains

  • Camera
  • Batteries
  • Case
  • USB Cable
  • Manual
  • Software CD
  • Warranty Information

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    37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By K. BURTON TOP 500 REVIEWER on 30 Aug 2008
    Get real. This is a full 8 mega-pixel camera for under £45, so it can't be great, can it? Well, it's not bad. There are compromises, but they're few and well thought out. If the compromises don't matter too much to you, this camera really isn't bad at all.

    The ViviCam 8370 comes with a fabric case, wrist strap, and software and a cable to transfer images to your computer or printer, although picture transfer is quicker using an SD card directly via an SD slot or USB adaptor.

    The first thing to note is its plastic rather than metal body - but it's nicely made, robust enough, and certainly doesn't look 'cheap'. In the hand, the 8370 physically is more compact than most, and yet has all the automatic and manual settings and features you'd normally expect - including 3 x optical and 5 x digital zoom and features such as face recognition. Even an `auction' setting for capturing those crucial ebay product shots without resizing is included. As far as I could see, the only useful feature omitted is the ability to stabilise a fast moving image or shaky hand on slower shutter speeds in less than perfect light conditions where longer exposure times are necessary.

    What differentiates this model from most - making it smaller and cheaper than many of similar capability - is that it uses the lower cost, more compact, more power efficient yet slightly inferior image quality of a CMOS sensor rather than the slightly better CCD imaging technology. But it's only a marginal drop in quality (it's still an 8MP image after all), and, aside from the LCD screen not being equal to the very best either, it's still more than good enough for virtually all applications and a well judged cost-saving trade-off in my view.
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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Malcolm Dove on 26 Sep 2008
    Re the previous review, my camera took over 90 photos before needing a battery change. I think that very good. The quality of the photos is excellent, my only gripe is i've never used a camera without a view finder and it took a while to adjust.
    I wanted a good all round camera that I could put in jeans my pocket and this is perfect.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Blue on 27 Dec 2008
    As with the previous reviewer, I'm very impressed with this little Vivitar: it does the job very well, and continues to do it when others give out.

    Let me explain: I've just got back from the holiday of a lifetime, a Nile cruise. After a few days both my digital cameras (a Canon Ixus i7 and a Kodak EasyShare DX6490) were running low on batteries (too much video-ing?) and so I appropriated my daughter's Vivitar 8370. It took the same SD cards and, more importantly, when the AAs ran out, I could easily stick in another pair in seconds.

    Two quirks: there's no automatic review of the picture just taken, a playback button has to be pressed (easily done) and at night the screen is very dark or even totally black, which makes aiming a bit of a gamble, but the flash is powerful and the snaps come out fine.
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