Vivitar Vivicam T026
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Pictures are sharp and very large for a point-and-shoot. Battery lasts a long time between charges. Smile detection works reliably, easy to set.
The Cons:Has no internal memory, meaning it requires an SD card that isn't included. Battery can't be removed or replaced.
The Vivitar Vivicam T026 is a mid-cost digital camera. The 12.1 megapixel resolution of this camera (a feature shared by all the cameras in this product line) offers clear, detailed images.
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The 2.4" screen of the T026 allows you to set pictures up, as well as see what you have just shot. For saving photos and video, there is a 32MB memory as well as SD card support on the for up to 32GB. This camera differs from the lower cost Vivicam T324N model in that it has 4x optical zoom, (which allows you to capture high quality pictures from further away than the T342N's 3x optical zoom), and SD card support for up to 32GB (a step up from the T342N's 8GB support). However, this camera lacks the higher cost T027's larger 2.7" screen (though the T027 only has a 4x digital zoom). There are color options for the Vivitar Vivicam T026 digital camera.
- 12.1 megapixel resolution
- 2.4" screen
- 4x optical zoom
- SD card support up to 32GB
- Face/smile detection
- Red eye reduction
- Color options
- Pictbridge ready
- Still image size Up to 4000 x 3000 (12 MP)
- Video Clip 640x480, 320x240 (support to 30fps)
- Movie Mode
User Reviews (2)
pictures are sharp and very large for a point-and-shoot
battery lasts a long time between charges
smile detection works reliably, easy to set
detailing along the edges makes it easier to grip and handle
bright color options help make it easier to find after you've put it down at a party
has no internal memory, meaning it requires an SD card that isn't included
battery can't be removed or replaced
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