Vivitar Vivicam 5022
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Really not that bad for $35. Slim, lightweight build that's highly portable.
The Cons:Shots get fuzzy even with slight zoom. Anti-shake feature just doesn't seem to work. Very poor low-light performance.
The Vivitar Vivicam 5022 is a budget-friendly, entry-level compact digital cameras from Vivitar. Designed for only the most basic functions, the 5022 is the first unit in the 5000 series to offer VGA film capture at 30fps, which means reducing blurring.
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Like its predecessors (the 5015 and 5020), the Vivicam 5022 can capture JPEG images in a 2592x1944 resolution via an integrated 5.1MP image sensor. Also included is an 8.1x digital zoom for enlarging certain sections of a photo, a large 1.8” TFT display for viewing content, and a microSD expansion port. The Vivitar Vivicam 5022 ha received mixed reviews. Overall people recommend it as an entry-level solution, but warn that its video capabilities are not dark or sunlight friendly.
- 5.1MP Image Sensor
- 8x Digital Zoom Lens
- ISO 400 Max
- 1.8” TFT LCD
- 16MB Internal SDRAM
- SD/SDHC up to 8GB
- Still Images up to 2592x1944 (JPEG)
- Video Clips up to 640x480 @30fps (AVI)
- Intuitive Controls
- Self Timer
- Windows, Mac OS Compatible
- USB 2.0 PC Interface
- Lithium Rechargeable Battery
User Reviews (2)
Really not that bad for $35.
Slim, lightweight build that's highly portable.
Shots get fuzzy even with slight zoom.
Anti-shake feature just doesn't seem to work.
Very poor low-light performance.
Flash is pretty useless in all but the darkest, most closed in conditions.
LCD display gets washed out in even a little bit of light, no viewfinder to compensate.
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