Digital Blue Lego Classic Brick Digital Camera 8 MP LG10100
- Easily download photos to your computer via USB
- Built-in flash
- 1.5" Color LCD screen
- Holds up to 80 photos
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Now all the fun of LEGO bricks is engineered into a real digital camera. The LEGO Digital Camera looks like it is built completely from LEGO bricks, but it can not be taken apart. LEGO bricks can be added to the top and the bottom so kids can integrate it into their building creations. But this is not a toy. Its a full functioning 8MP digital camera featuring 1.5 LCD screen, built-in flash, fixed focus and digital zoom. The camera holds up to 80 photos at a time. Let your imagination go wild.
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The memory is totally internal, no sd slot so getting pics off the camera requires you to plug it into a computer. It can hold about 80 pictures. When checking the file info on my computer the pics were listed as being taken in 2001. I changed them to the correct date before transferring to my computer, but will have to do that every time I upload photos as I don't see a way to change that in the camera. Also, once pictures are deleted and new pictures are taken they get the same file name/number as the previous pictures, so my computer is telling me there are multiple pictures with the same file name. Probably not an issue for most people but I like to keep things organized.
The camera also needs to charge by plugging into a computers usb port. I have an external hard with usb ports that can charge the camera so it doesn't necessarily need to be plugged into your computer. The lcd screen on the back will tell you when the battery is fully charged, the battery symbol stays green. I'll update with how the battery works being out all day.
The camera has a delay, so you need to make your younger kids understand the importance of holding the camera still. Delay probably is around a couple of seconds but my son seems to compensate for it. Flash is okay, you can turn it off or to auto and I think constant. It takes 7-8 seconds to recharge itself.
When previewing pics on the lcd they look pretty bad, but once on my computer they were surprisingly good, why I went with the 8mp not the 3mp. After snapping a pic it takes about 4 seconds to process and save.
The one thing I do not like is how the camera turns on. You must hold the power button for maybe as long as 4 sec before it turns on. Turning it off only requires a couple of seconds before it turns off. The only real complaint I have with this for the sake of my son. It would be easier for him if it was the other way around. Oh it turns itself off automatically which is a nice feature if your kids just leave it sitting there