The Fisher-Price Kid-Tough camera introduces your child to the art of photography. Your child will have an amazing time taking pictures of his toys and friends with the auto-flash and colour LCD screen features. The Fisher-Price Kid-Tough camera holds up to 500 images and can withstand even the toughest toddler hands. The camera is available in blue or pink with colourful features appealing to kids of any age.
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Things you need
- Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera
- Four "AAA" batteries
- USB port 1.1 (or higher) for computer connectivity
Install the camera batteries. Locate and unlock the battery compartment on the bottom of the unit. Remove the battery holder, insert 4 "AAA" batteries and place the holder back in compartment.
Turn the camera on using the power button located on the back of the unit. You will hear a bell tone indicating the unit is on.
Take a picture using the viewfinder or LCD screen to locate the picture object. Hold the camera steady and press the shutter button, which is located on the front of the unit. When the picture is correctly taken, you will hear a "shutter" sound and see a camera icon on the LCD screen.
If necessary, the flash will automatically turn on. The lightning bold icon on the LCD screen will indicate the flash is in use.
Review the pictures your child took with his Fisher-Price Kid-Tough camera by using the arrow buttons located on the back of the camera unit. Delete any unwanted pictures by using the delete button ("X" key); you will need to press the button twice to delete an image from the camera memory.
Change the picture quality from standard to high resolution by pressing and holding both arrow buttons at the same time. Press the shutter button until you hear a bell tone, indicating the Fisher-Price Kid-Tough camera will now take high resolution images. Repeat the steps to revert back to standard images.
To upload pictures to your computer for editing and printing, connect the camera via the USB port. Open the battery compartment and insert the smaller end of the included USB cable into the camera port. Insert the larger end into your computer's USB port (most computers have several).
Be sure to properly disconnect the camera to prevent damage or image loss. Follow the instructions on your computer screen (it may vary depending on the model) to properly eject the USB device from your computer.
Tips and warnings
- Natural light is best for high-quality images.
- Keep a distance of four to six feet between the camera and photo subject for the best image quality.
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