Vivitar ViviCam T328
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Face and smile recognition. Accepts easy to find, capacious and affordable SD memory cards. Touchscreen interface.
The Cons:Glossy plastic. Cheap no-name brand. No sound when recording movies.
Vivitar's ViviCam T328 is the company's flagship model of compact digital camera, and features a 12.1 megapixel resolution, built-in flash and 3" LCD screen, as well as 3x optical zoom and 8x digital zoom.
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It has a low price point and is meant to compete with other manufacturers' entry-level point-and-shoot cameras. This camera has a touch screen for image navigation and taking pictures, digital image stabilization, face and smile detection, and red-eye reduction. There are several different preset shooting modes, including automatic and manual, and several white balance settings, also including auto. This model has a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and an internal memory capacity of 32MB, which can be expanded up to 8GB with a SD card. The T328 is also compatible with a wider range of computer operating systems than Vivitar's other models.
- 12.1 megapixel
- Built-in flash
- 3.0" LCD screen
- Digital image stabilization
- Face and smile recognition
- Internal memory of 32MB
- SD card expandable to 8GB
- 8 different shooting modes, including auto and manual
- Auto or selectable white balance
- Rechargeable Li-ion battery
- 2, 5, 10 second self timer
- Windows 2000/XP/Vista, Mac OS 9.0, Mac OS X
- PhoTag software included
User Reviews (6)
face and smile recognition
accepts easy to find, capacious and affordable SD memory cards
rechargeable Li-ion battery
no sound when recording movies
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