Vivitar Vivicam T027
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Pictures end up very large, gives you a lot to work with in Photoshop.
The Cons:Pictures come out blurry, anti-shake function doesn't help much. Batteries only last a few photos before wearing out. Poor in low-light conditions, pictures come out consistently grainy.
The Vivitar Vivicam T027 is a mid-cost digital camera. The 8x digital zoom of this camera will be able to capture some detail at a distance. The 12.1 megapixel resolution of the Vivicam T027 (a feature shared by the whole line) offers high-quality images with color depth.
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For saving photos and video, there is SD card support for up to 32GB. This camera differs from the lower cost Vivicam T026 model in that it has a 2.7" screen (a step up from the T026's 2.4" screen). However, this camera lacks the higher cost Vivicam T030 model's 3.0" screen. There are color options for the Vivitar Vivicam T027 digital camera.
- 12.1 megapixel resolution
- 2.7" screen
- SD card support up to 32GB
- Face/smile detection
- Lens: f=7.45mm F3.0
- Red eye reduction
- Pictbridge ready
- Still image size Up to 4000 x 3000 (12 MP)
- Video Clip 640x480, 320x240 (support to 30fps)
- Movie Mode
- 8x digital zoom
- Color Options
User Reviews (6)
pictures end up very large, gives you a lot to work with in Photoshop
pictures come out blurry, anti-shake function doesn't help much
batteries only last a few photos before wearing out
poor in low-light conditions, pictures come out consistently grainy
automatic settings that activate with the flash on decrease the image quality
view screen has poor resolution, hard to navigate the menus
flash function is counter-intuitive and awkward
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