Disney Enters Digital Camera Market
Disney has released a line of digital cameras for kids just in time for the holiday shopping season. The Disney Pix Micro, Pix Click, Pix Max and Princess Movie Maker take kids up the line respectively from pint-sized digicam to pint-sized camcorder. The Pix Micro is priced to move at $19.99 and runs off of a single AAA battery. It holds 24 CIF photos at 352 x 240. The Pix Click can hold 200 VGA 640 x 480 photos for $49.99. Next up, the Pix Max is a three megapixel unit with a 1.5-inch LCD, 4x digital zoom and an SD memory card slot. That item will run parents $79.99.
And for the little miss Sofia Coppolas, Disney offers the Princess Digital Movie Maker, which saves 640 x 480 VGA videos on 32MB of built-in memory at the same $79.99 price point as the Pix Max. It also comes with Disney Pix editing software.
Finally, Disney rounds out their junior Ansel Adams selection with the Disney Keychain Digital Brag Book, which is a digital photo album in keychain form with a 1.1-inch LCD screen. It stores 50 photos and takes twice as many batteries as the Pix Micro but costs the same -- $19.99.
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