Vivitar ViviCam X024
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Very low price point for these features. Decent sized and bright LCD screen for this price.
The Cons:Poor quality images. Battery issues, door can open unexpectedly. Records video but does not have a microphone.
Vivitar's ViviCam X024 is an entry-level compact digital point-and-shoot camera that falls near the top of Vivitar's lineup, due mainly to its higher resolution of 10.1 megapixels. It has up to 3x optical zoom, as well as 8x digital zoom.
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It has a 2.4" LCD screen to take and view pictures, and point-and-shoot features such as face and smile recognition, red eye reduction, and digital image stabilization. There are eight different preset shooting modes, and several white balance modes, including automatic. Internal memory capacity is 32MB, and this can be expanded with an SD card up to 8GB. The X024 uses 3 AAA batteries as a power source. Other features include 2, 5, or 10 second self-timer, PhoTags software, and compatibility with both Windows and Mac operating systems.
- 10.1 megapixels
- 3x optical zoom
- 8x digital zoom
- 2.4" LCD display
- Face and smile recognition
- Red eye reduction
- Digital image stabilization
- 32MB internal memory, expandable to 8GB with SD card
- 3x AAA batteries
- Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/VIsta, Mac OS 9.0 or later
User Reviews (13)
Very low price point for these features
Decent sized and bright LCD screen for this price
Battery issues, door can open unexpectedly
Records video but does not have a microphone
Flash seems to drain batteries very quickly
Flimsy construction, can have physical problems
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