Vivitar Vivicam X018
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Solid feature set (scene options, face detection) for such a low price point. Comes in five colors, more than most cameras.
The Cons:Does not use an actual camera lens, but a digital one, like a cell-phone camera. Hard to find, poorly organized online product manual. Extremely poor picture quality, regardless of megapixels ("you get what you pay for").
The Vivitar Vivicam X018 is a low-cost digital camera. The 4x digital zoom of this camera offers clarity with subjects at a close to mid-range distance. The 10.1 megapixel resolution of the Vivicam X018 helps to ensure photos that have detail and clear color.
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With the 1.8" LCD TFT display, you can frame and view your photos. The antishake feature of this camera helps to reduce blur. Though the Vivicam X018's internal memory only stores one photo, there is external SD card support for 32GB. This camera differs from the identically priced Vivicam X014 model in that it has a different color options. Both the X014 and X018 lack the higher cost Vivicam X025's larger 2.4" display. The Vivitar Vivicam X018 digital camera takes three AAA batteries.
- 10.1 megapixel resolution
- 1.8" LCD TFT screen
- 4X digital zoom
- SD card support up to 32GB
- Face/smile detection
- Red eye reduction
- Pictbridge ready
- Up to 3648x2736 still image size (10 MP)
- 640x480/320x240 video (support to 30fps)
- Lens: 4X Digital Zoom, f=7.23mm F2.8
- ISO: Auto/100/200/400
- Exposure compensation: -3.0EV ~ +3.0EV (in 1EV steps)
- White balance: Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent , Incandescent
- Scene: Auto/Scenery/Portrait/Night Scenery/Night Portrait/High Sensitivity/Sport/Beach/Party
- Internal memory: 1 test photo use only
- Flash Mode: Auto/Force/Red Eye/Off
- Self Timer: 2/5/10 seconds
- 3 AAA (1.5V) batteries
- Supported OS: Windows XP and above/Mac OSX 10.5 and above
- Color Options
User Reviews (2)
Solid feature set (scene options, face detection) for such a low price point
Comes in five colors, more than most cameras
Does not use an actual camera lens, but a digital one, like a cell-phone camera
Hard to find, poorly organized online product manual
Extremely poor picture quality, regardless of megapixels ("you get what you pay for")
Serious reliability and durability issues
LCD screen is very small compared to other compact cameras, and also prone to failure
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