Vivitar Vivicam 7022
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Inexpensive - good for children as a first camera. Available in lots of different colors. Uses a lithium ion battery instead of disposable ones.
The Cons:Internal memory won't hold very many high-quality photos - only useful in an emergency. Poor user interface - the menus aren't very intuitive. Poor focus abilities - photos often turn out blurry.
The Vivitar Vivicam 7022 is a low-end digital camera designed for non-professionals seeking an affordable solution. Part of the 7000 series, the 7022 hosts a 7.1MP censor for rendering JPEG still images in a 3072x2304 resolution.
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It also supports VGA video capture, as well as automatic face & smile detection, automatic red eye reduction, and PictBridge printing. Included is 16MB of internal memory, which is enough to support approximately 50 to 60 JPEGs. According to reviews, the focus is atrocious, the quality is poor, and the confusing is non-intuitive—but the price is phenomenal.
- 7.1MP Image Sensor
- 4x Digital Zoom Lens
- ISO 400 Max
- 1.8” TFT LCD
- 16MB Internal SDRAM
- SD/SDHC up to 8GB
- Still Images up to 3072x2304 (JPEG)
- Video Clips up to 640x480 @30fps (AVI)
- Self Timer
- Windows, Mac OS Compatible
- USB 2.0 PC Interface
- Lithium Rechargeable Battery
User Reviews (2)
inexpensive - good for children as a first camera
available in lots of different colors
uses a lithium ion battery instead of disposable ones
internal memory won't hold very many high-quality photos - only useful in an emergency
poor user interface - the menus aren't very intuitive
poor focus abilities - photos often turn out blurry
poor colors - photos have a washed out quality to them
no optical zoom - limited to 4x digital only
small 1.8" LCD screen - hard to see in sunlight
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