Vivitar Vivicam 7028
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Unique flip-out LCD screen - allows for greater flexibility when shooting. Great for kids - inexpensive and easy to use.
The Cons:Poor documentation - included manual lacks detail. Poor build quality - feels light and cheap in your hands. Glossy camera body - tacky, and attracts fingerprints.
The Vivitar Vivicam 7028 is a base-level, compact digital cameras from Vivitar designed as an affordable and budget-friendly option for consumers. In particular, the 7028 is the first in the 7000 series to incorporate a flip LCD display that can be pulled away from the unit to better imitate the experience of using a digital camcorder.
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Like its predecessors (the 7022 and 7024), the Vivicam 7028 can capture still images up to 3072x2304, not to mention VGA videos with audio. This camera takes 3 AAA batteries and includes support for automatic face & smile detection.
- 7.1MP Image Sensor
- 4x Digital Zoom Lens
- ISO 400 Max
- 1.8” Flip 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
User Reviews (1)
unique flip-out LCD screen - allows for greater flexibility when shooting
great for kids - inexpensive and easy to use
poor documentation - included manual lacks detail
poor build quality - feels light and cheap in your hands
glossy camera body - tacky, and attracts fingerprints
internal 16MB of memory is almost useless - only good for emergencies
takes three AAA batteries - doesn't include a rechargeable power source
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