Vivitar ViviCam 8018
Released May, 2009
The Pros:Solid construction that looks clean and sleek.
The Cons:Auto-focus isnt' very good, has a hard time adjusting. Most pictures come out blurry and out of focus. Buttons are a bit awkward to work with.
Vivitar's ViviCam 8018 is an entry-level digital point-and-shoot camera with an 8.1 megapixel resolution. It has a 1.8" LCD screen for viewing and taking pictures, and a fixed focal length with 8x digital zoom.
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There are several point-and-shoot features, like anti-shake digital image stabilization and red-eye reduction, auto focusing and auto white balance. The camera has a compact form factor and can also capture video at framerates of 30 fps. There is an internal memory capacity of 16MB, and this can be upgraded up to 8GB using SD cards. This camera has software that is compatible with Windows and Mac operating systems and operates using 3 AAA batteries.
- 8.1 megapixel
- 1.8" LCD screen
- Digital image stabilization
- Red-eye reduction
- 2 or 10 second self-timer
- 30 FPS video capture
- 16MB internal memory
- SD card slot, up to 8GB
- Auto white balance
- 3x AAA batteries
User Reviews (1)
solid construction that looks clean and sleek
auto-focus isnt' very good, has a hard time adjusting
most pictures come out blurry and out of focus
buttons are a bit awkward to work with
battery compartment is stiff and feels like it's going to snap right off when you open it
lots of lag when you hit the shutter release
low light photos come out grainy and indistinct
flash isn't effective in most situations
battery doesn't last very long, drains quickly
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