CHILDREN’S CAMERA KIDDYPIX MYSTERY
with dual lenses
Play, romp and discover the world with all its magic:
The robust children’s camera Kiddypix Mystery is the ideal first camera for the little ones.
Thanks to its ergonomic shape, it is easy to hold without your fingers covering the lens. With the KiddyPix Mystery you can easily take cool photos, videos and even – thanks to the second lens on the back – Selfies, without having to turn the camera around.
Two cameras in one – thanks to dual lenses
The Kiddypix Mystery is a dual lens children’s camera, i.e. it has two cameras: one on the front and one on the back. Using the front camera, little photographers can take photos with a resolution of up to 5 megapixels.
Second lens for Selfies
While the front camera takes colorful photos and videos, the rear camera is built in especially for ‘selfies’. Using the rear camera, children can make fun self-portraits without having to turn the whole camera around. This fun feature makes it easy to take a selfie while viewing their image on the screen below the lens.
Thanks to the integrated speaker, kids can watch their recorded videos immediately after recording and show them to their friends.
Fun photo frames
Even more fun with shapes and colours! Using the 2″/5cm large display, the little photographers can not only view their photos, but also decorate them with 6 different fun frames.
Robust children’s camera
Children’s camera with dual lenses
- Front camera for photos and videos
- Rear camera for Selfies
- 6 photo frames
- 2” (5cm) large display
- Large double finder
- 1.3MP Sensor
- Auto Flash
- Integrated microphone
- Integrated loudspeaker
- Webcam function
- Supports Micro SD cards up to 32GB (card not included)
- Requires 4 x AA batteries (not included)
- Micro USB port for PC connection
- Camera size approx. 15 x 8 x 5 cm
- Weight 165g (without batteries)
For children 3 years and older
Detailed PDF Datasheet
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And let Pablo explain to you how you can best take nice photos and videos…