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1. Lexmark Z810 printer with Vivitar
$299.88 $229.99 list($319.99)
2. Vivitar ViviCam 3930 5.25MP Digital
$149.95 list($229.99)
3. Vivitar Vivicam 3715 3MP Digital
$269.99 $192.22 list()
4. Vivitar 5.25mp Digital Cam 3x
5. Vivitar Vivicam 3750 3.2MP Digital
$137.99 list()
6. Vivitar 4mp Digital Cam "2x Dig
$340.99 $318.89 list($449.99)
7. Vivitar Vivicam 4000 6MP Digital
$74.82 list($199.99)
8. Vivitar ViviCam 3615 2MP Digital
$461.99 list()
9. Vivitar DVR 390H Digital Multi-Media
$189.00 list($219.99)
10. Vivitar ViviCam 3735 3.3 MP Digital
$74.99 list($399.99)
11. Vivitar Vivicam 3665 2.1MP Digital
$179.99 list($499.99)
12. Vivitar Vivicam 3825 4MP Digital
$302.99 $292.58 list($349.99)
13. Vivitar Vivicam 3755 3.2MP Digital
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14. Vivitar ViviCam 2655 0.3MP Digital
$100.00 list($249.95)
15. Vivitar Vivicam 3675 2.1MP Digital
$249.99 list($399.99)
16. Vivitar Vivicam 3930 5MP Digital
$239.99 $110.95 list($399.99)
17. Vivitar Vivicam 3745 3.3MP Digital
list($199.99)
18. Vivitar Vivicam 3340 1.3MP Digital
19. Vivitar Vivicam 25 VGA Digital
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20. Vivitar ViviCam 10 Digital Camera

1. Lexmark Z810 printer with Vivitar ViviCam 3632 Digital Camera
list price: $149.00
our price: $79.88
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Asin: B0007LKVDI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexmark
Sales Rank: 3785
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Features

  • 2-megapixel digital camera with 1,600 x 1,200 resolution, 4x digital zoom
  • 4,800 x 1,200 resolution on photo paper, 2,400 x 1,200 resolution on other paper
  • Up to 20 ppm black and 14 ppm color print speed
  • 16 MB internal memory with SD card slot
  • USB 2.0 interface; Windows and Mac compatible

2. Vivitar ViviCam 3930 5.25MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
by Vivitar
list price: $319.99
our price: $299.88
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Asin: B00015HRKA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 5296
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Features

  • 5.25-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 13-by-17-inch enlargements
  • 3x optical zoom lens with 2x digital zoom
  • 1.6-inch LCD display; movie mode with audio; metal body construction
  • Store images on Secure Digital memory cards (16 MB SD card included)
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery (included with charger)

3. Vivitar Vivicam 3715 3MP Digital Camera
by Vivitar
list price: $229.99
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Asin: B00008N6VW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 1627
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Vivicam 3715 is an affordable choice for anyone seeking a compact, versatile, high-quality digital camera. The 3715 is a 3.3 megapixel digital camera with 2x digital zoom, integrated flash, and expandable memory.

The 3715 can be used to capture short video clips and as a PC Web cam, providing live video to your PC via USB connection. It also comes with 8 MB internal memory and can be expanded using optional Secure Digital (SD) memory cards. The 3715 offers imaging versatility. Resolution modes include 2048 x 1536 ideal for either print, email, or web applications.

Reviewing images can be done with ease using the 1.5-inch TFT LCD screen. Other features automatic white balance, automatic exposure compensation control, a 10-second timer, and a tripod mounting socket. ... Read more

Features

  • 3-megapixel sensor captures 2048 x 1536 pixel images for prints up to 11 x 14 inches
  • 2x digital zoom
  • 8 MB internal memory; expandable via Secure Digital cards
  • Captures video clips without audio
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries; connects to PCs and Macs via USB

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great pictures, decent camera
First, I have to say that I love this little camera. I got it for my birthday. The pictures are awesome and I can even print them out from my computer and they look decent. I prefer to take my memory card, which was also given to me for my birthday, to our local CVS Pharmacy and print the pictures out. Unfortunately, just like everyone else has said, it certainly drains the batteries. I even got rechargable batteries as part of my birthday gifts and they just get drained in a matter of about 10 - 15 pictures with the lcd screen on. I, too, am experimenting with different settings.

Hope this helps. God Bless!

5-0 out of 5 stars A GREAT gift!
I received this camera as a birthday present & have been thrilled with what I can do with it! I was taking pictures and movies on the first day, which happened to be New Year's in Times Square, NY! I was able to take about 18 pictures & a 30 second movie clip without installing a memory card. I was then able to view and/or delete those pictures for the next week on the original batteries. It does eat batteries, I've gone through 3 sets in a month, but plan on getting the rechargeable ones. So its not the worst! One of the best features for me is that the camera zooms with a touch of a button and without the lens protruding from the camera. It is very easy to use & takes GREAT pictures! They are good enough for print, easy enough to e-mail & quickly download to the computer so I can save or e-mail them, or have a new screen saver!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great All Around Camera
I received the Vivitar Vivicam 3715 camera as a Christmas gift last year. Since then it has proven to be a great camera for all around use. I've taken very detailed portraits which turned out with excellent clarity at 8" x 10". It's a great camera for close up or long range depending on how it's set up.

If you have Windows ME or later, the camera sets itself up when plugged into a USB port. With Windows XP the computer is already set up, and transferring pictures can be done easily in less than a minute.

I particularly like the small size of the camera and the zoom feature which is done internally without a lens sticking out from the camera.

The case which comes with the camera attaches easily, by the attached loop, to a pants belt which makes the camera easy to carry around all day.

The 8MB internal memory is adequate for easily taking more than 50 pictures with an M setting with one star (normal detail). The addition of a memory card increases that number substantially.

The video feature works fine. The one big drawback, however, is the lack of sound.

Yes, this camera will go through batteries as with most digital cameras. I have been able to take 75 to 100 pictures and load them into my computer on one set of batteries (approx 1/4 to one half with flash, 1/2 to 3/4 without). The batteries definitely last longer with outdoor use where using a flash is unnecessary.

When the batteries (2AA) don't have enough juice left in them to power the camera, DON'T throw them away! They can still be used for many hours yet to power small AM FM walkman type radios or small cassette/CD players.

Another weak point with this camera is that in bright sunlight it is very difficult ( if not impossible) to see anything on the viewing screen.

Overall, this camera is an excellent buy for the relatively inexpensive price.

3-0 out of 5 stars Never in stock - power hungry - broken upon receipt
I really wanted this camera - a great price for so many pixels. Their were 2 problems, however. First, the camera is almost never in stock. I would think that with such a high demand, Vivitar would get the idea & start making a few more of them.

Finally I received my camera and, to my disappointment, it drained the batteries constantly whether it was on or off. At a trip to Disneyland I found I had to buy and change the batteries 3 times.

I wanted to exchange the camera except for, guess what, there were none in stock. I would love to have one of these models that worked, however, I am entirely frustrated with the process.

2-0 out of 5 stars batteries always need recharging
I bought mine at the local Wal-Mart for $132.00 in Nov.03. My first set of batteries that were included went dead the second day I used it. After two more sets of batteries I got the rechargable nimh type, and I constantly recharge those. I'm not taking but a few pics each time I use it but jeeze it sure does drain the power. Also, every time you put the fresh batteries back in you have to set up the camera again. I wish someone could tell me why my windows xp system won't retrieve the photos from the usb port-I've tried everything and asked many others what could be wrong! I've uninstalled the ports and reinstalled them and the instructions say I don't need to use the drivers included, my xp system is supposedly ready for this system. Meanwhile, my batteries go dead again trying to download the pics to a cd instead!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ... Read more


4. Vivitar 5.25mp Digital Cam 3x Opt 4x Dig *nic*
by VIVITAR

our price: $269.99
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Asin: B0002UB0FM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VIVITAR
Sales Rank: 18802
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5. Vivitar Vivicam 3750 3.2MP Digital Camera
by Vivitar

Asin: B000627PFA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 1119
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6. Vivitar 4mp Digital Cam "2x Dig / 1.4""lcd *nic*"
by VIVITAR

our price: $137.99
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Asin: B0002UB0FC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VIVITAR
Sales Rank: 6409
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7. Vivitar Vivicam 4000 6MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
by Vivitar
list price: $449.99
our price: $340.99
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Asin: B0002UB0FW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 7268
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Features

  • 6.36-megapixel sensor captures enough information to create photo-quality 14-by-19-inch prints
  • 3x optical zoom combines with 4x digital zoom for 12x total zoom
  • 2-inch LCD display; metal body construction; captures short movie clips with sound
  • Store images on Secure Digital (SD) memory cards (sold separately)
  • Powered by rechargeable Lithium-ion battery (included with charger)

8. Vivitar ViviCam 3615 2MP Digital Camera
by Vivitar
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0000631YA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 438
Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Vivitar's ViviCam 3615 uses a 2-megapixel image sensor and an autofocus lens to capture crisp, sharp images at an affordable price.

The camera is targeted at users who like to simply point and shoot. Focus, flash, and exposure are all set automatically. Hoping for more creative control? You have only a few options: the flash has four modes (including red-eye reduction), the white balance can be set to one of four values to compensate for unusual lighting, and the exposure compensation can be adjusted.

For power, the camera uses four AA batteries or an optional AC adapter. The big benefit to using standard AA batteries instead of a custom proprietary battery is that AA batteries are available virtually everywhere in the world, so missing a once-in-a-lifetime shot due to dead batteries won't be an issue. The downside is that a digital camera will kill a set of alkaline batteries extremely quickly, especially if you're using the camera's LCD display. If you're an occasional photographer, you can get by with high-power disposables, but if you plan to take more than a handful of photos a month, a set of rechargeable batteries (scroll up to the Accessories section) is a virtual necessity.

To compose your image, either look through the traditional viewfinder or use the 1.6-inch color LCD display on the back of the camera. Pictures are stored in the camera's internal 8 MB memory, which holds approximately 12 images at the camera's default setting. The memory can be erased and reused repeatedly, but if you're hoping to take more photos before returning to your computer to transfer the images, the camera also accepts CompactFlash memory cards.

A video-out feature makes it easy to show your pictures in big-screen glory. Just connect your camera to your TV with the included cable to give a virtual slide show to friends or family. If you think your photos look impressive as a print or on a computer monitor, just wait until you see them on a 27-inch TV screen.

There is no optical zoom lens on the camera, but the ViviCam does include a 2x digital zoom. This feature crops the edges off your picture and blows up the remaining image, enlarging your picture at the expense of image quality. Most photo-editing software will let you do the same thing to your picture once you've transferred it to your home computer, so it's a camera feature that's not often used. The reason for including a digital zoom is purely financial; it costs almost nothing to add this feature, and a digital-zoom camera will cost you $50 to $100 less than a comparable camera with optical zoom.

The ViviCam 3615 shows just how much digital cameras have improved in the past few years. Even a year ago, a digital camera at this price would have had an inferior fixed-focus lens and substantially lower resolution. Though the 3615 doesn't have many fancy features, its lens and sensor prove that an affordable digital camera can produce quality results.

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Features

  • 2-megapixel sensor captures 1,600 x 1,200 images for prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • autofocus lens with 2x digital (no optical) zoom
  • Internal 8 MB memory stores approximately 12 images at default resolution; accepts CompactFlash cards for additional storage
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Uses 4 AA batteries

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good and [reasonable priced] entry-level camera
This is my second digital camera, and it didn't cover my expectations. I'm an advanced amateur on film photography, and the results with this digital camera were just acceptable. If you are planning to do some printing from your pictures, this camera won't be good enough, but if you gonna use it only for digital viewing and emailing, it'll be ok.
Pros: low price (a bit more than a hundred bucks at your local wholesale store), high resolution, macro capability, good flash light, ease of use, nice pictures at daylight, and nice advanced features like 2x digital zoom, EV compensation, whites balancing and red-eye reduction.
Cons: slooow to focus and to be ready for the next shot, lack of an optical zoom (I know, I know, it's only a hundred-bucks-entry-level camera, but it could have been nice to have); only 800x600 and 1600x1200 resolution pictures but nothing else in between, heavy weight, extremelly awful results under flourescent lighting, and definivelly the worst of all, short battery life. It drains the batteries like crazy, and by using the flash, the LCD and 1600x1200 resolution altogether, it will swallow a fresh set of (4) alkaline batteries by making only 40 to 50 shots (ouch). A good set of rechargeable batteries is a must.

5-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT PRODUCT WITH VERSATILITY AT A GREAT VALUE!!!
Hello,
I use this camera everyday for work. I am an independent automotive inspector for many aftermarket warranty companies. When they send me on an assignment, they expect lots of photos of all the failed parts of the car and uploaded the same day. I was truly impressed with the ViviCam 3615!!!Being my first digital camera (although not my first Vivitar Product), I really didn't know what to expect. But, I found this camera very easy to use with outstanding photo results. It comes complete with user-friendly software and all the cables (USB and video cables for t.v. viewing) at an awesome price. I take lots of close up shots of vehicle ID's and the smallest print comes out crystal clear (at 1600 x 1200). If lighting is a problem (as is the case in many repair shops I visit), either the built-in flash or the enhance mode on the software can be used for adjustment. Definately invest in the Flash Card for added memory, especially if planning on taking a lot pix before uploading. A 32MB Flash Card increases the capacity up to 347 pix at 600 X 800 "good quality" resolution or 85 pix 1600 x 1200 "good quality" resolution. Other than Vehicle ID #'s, I usually keep the setting at 600 x 800 "best quality" and can easily shoot 60-75 pix with no hassles. My biggest and only gripe-it goes through alkaline batteries like crazy and I am looking to switch to a compatible rechargeable set. Other cameras I shopped were more expensive and did not come with cables or the freedom to use AA batteries. Overall, EXCELLENT PRODUCT AT AN EXCELLENT PRICE...I definately recommend it. ... Good Luck!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good camera until it stopped working.
At the time I bought this camera, it was the least expensive 2 MP digital I could find. It took clear crisp pictures and was easy to use until it stopped working exactly one year after I purchased it. The LCD screen went blank and it wouldn't snap any pictures even with fresh batteries. I called the customer service, told them that my 12 month warranty has just expired and they told me to send it to them anyway. I'll wait and see what happens.

5-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT PRODUCT WITH LOTS OF VERSATILITY AND VALUE!!!
Hello,
I use this camera everyday for work. I am an independent automotive inspector for many aftermarket warranty companies. When they send me on an assignment, they expect lots of photos of all the failed parts of the car and uploaded the same day. I was truly impressed with the ViviCam 3615!!!Being my first digital camera (although not my first Vivitar Product), I really didn't know what to expect. But, I found this camera very easy to use with outstanding photo results. It comes complete with user-friendly software and all the cables (USB and video cables for t.v. viewing) at an awesome price. I take lots of close up shots of vehicle ID's and the smallest print comes out crystal clear (at 1600 x 1200). If lighting is a problem (as is the case in many repair shops I visit), either the built-in flash or the enhance mode on the software can be used for adjustment. Definately invest in the Flash Card for added memory, especially if planning on taking a lot pix before uploading. A 32MB Flash Card increases the capacity up to 347 pix at 600 X 800 "good quality" resolution or 85 pix 1600 x 1200 "good quality" resolution. Except when shooting Vehicle ID #'s, I usually keep the setting at 600 x 800 "best quality" and can easily shoot 60-75 pix with no hassles. My biggest and only gripe-it goes through alkaline batteries like crazy and I am looking to switch to a compatible rechargeable set. Other cameras I shopped were more expensive and did not come with cables or the freedom to use AA batteries. Overall, EXCELLENT PRODUCT AT AN EXCELLENT PRICE...I definately recommend it. If anyone wants to see samples of pix I take on a daily basis, ...Good Luck!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Um produto Que nao Tem nada de Mais
Não é uma Sony mas Tira bem as fotos.
Mas quem puder comprar um Sony, por favor que compre.

Filipe ... Read more


9. Vivitar DVR 390H Digital Multi-Media Player & Recorder
by Vivitar

our price: $461.99
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Asin: B0002ZUB6Q
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 1452
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Features

  • 6-in-1 multimedia device is a digital still camera, video camera, TV/video recorder, digital photo frame, MP3 player, and voice recorder
  • 3-megapixel sensor captures up at sizes up to 2,048 by 1,536 pixels
  • MPEG4 video compression for high-quality videos with small file sizes
  • Large 3.6-inch LCD screen, 2x digital zoom
  • Internal 20 GB hard drive and SD memory card slot

10. Vivitar ViviCam 3735 3.3 MP Digital Camera
by Vivitar
list price: $219.99
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Asin: B0000709BI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 4288
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 3x Optical zoom with 2x Digital zoom
  • Audio recording capability
  • Auto focus, manual focus, and macro (close-up)
  • Auto Exposure
  • Auto Electronic-Flash

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars overall a good camera with some limitations..
Tons of features and good quality pictures.... a few downsides is the compression level on this camera even in fine mode seems to be significant compared to other cameras.. with a 128mg CF card I get 124 pictures in the highest resolution mode with the fine mode for compression...most other cameras give only about 80 picutures at this setting so there is much more compression than other cameras...which is noticble when zooming in a picture. memory cards are cheap nowadays so I do not know why Vivitar is letting us get more and more pictures on a card at the sacrifice of picture quality..If you do not plan to zoom and print a picture you will be fine. The color is good and camera is very easy to you...For a $100 camera...you will not find a better deal out there..trust me.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best for under a hundred bucks
I bought this camara three weeks ago and until this day I have no serious problem with it. The memory card works. It is easy to control and its functions are easy to operate. Yes, is noisy, but others cameras are also noisy. For under a hundred bucks, this is the best 3 MP Digital camera you can buy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Update review....do not deal with this company (Vivitar)
Boy what a turnaround from my prev posting...The camera stopped working intermittantly...will not focus no how and take a picture...flash goes off..but nothing in the LCD or memory as a picture being taken. Turn it on and off a bunch of times and it will work....then next time you use the camera..it may or may not work until you turn it on and off again a bunch of times..and the battery signal meter is useless..it will show full strength and all of a sudden camera goes dead...needs more batteries. and the worst part of all is Vivitars customer service..or lack of..I called them 4 times...and its not a toll free #..and after 4 weeks..still no response..and I challenge anyone to find a way to email that co from their website..try it. after wasting an hour on it it tells you to sign up for this cumbersome EBOX system where someone will get back to you...same thing..after 4 weeks..no message from anyone..and they had the nerve to send me an automated email today saying my request was closed... CLOSED?? I never even got a response...trust me..stay away from this company..if you get lucky and get an ok camera..good for you..but pray you have no problems wiht it or you will experience their lack of customer service.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera!
This is my second digital camera. I love it, it's easy to use and takes great pictures! I have no complaints yet (only had it for 2 weeks!) So far so good!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Basic Digital
This is my second Digital, first was an Olympus that I never did figure out how to set it up right. The Vivitar 3735 is quick to use with easy to read instructions. The settings remain where you set them and the color, at least on my model, is true to form. For a mid range camera, I would recommend this model. I have rechargeable batteries and highly recommend using them for anyone using any digital camera. If you are looking for a camera that has everything, this is not it, but if are in the market for one that is quick to use with a bit of noise, then this one is for you. As far as the noise goes, I have no problem with it, as I don't plan to be taking pic's in a non-noise location. ... Read more


11. Vivitar Vivicam 3665 2.1MP Digital Camera
by Vivitar
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00006JP2K
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 1513
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Compact 35mm zoom camera
  • 38-125mm zoom lens
  • Active infrared autofocus with focus lock
  • Automatic flash with red-eye reduction
  • Motorized advance to first frame

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Get what you pay for
I bought this camera back in July. I liked it, it took pictures just fine, was a good deal for $140.
But it let me down. In Feb. the zoom lens jammed. The first thing this camera does when you turn it on is pop out the zoom, so this turned it into a brick. It is very difficult to get a person on the phone and not voicemail. I sent the camera to Vivitar. They also make you send a check for $5 for return shipping! A month later, I received a replacement. With a bad flash, although I can see how whoever inspecting missed it, because the flash does a weak blink. Now in late April, I'm still waiting for them to send me a mailing label to return the bad replacement, because I've already paid shipping twice and should not have to pay again. I've given up on Vivitar and bought a Nikon Coolpix 2100.

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST BANG FOR YOUR BUCK
I JUST BOUGHT THIS CAMERA ABOUT TWO WEEKS AGO. I AM VERY
IMPRESSED AT THE IMAGE QUALITY AND THE CAMERA ITSELF. YOU JUST
DON'T FIND THE FEATURES AND THE IMPRESSIVE QUALITY IN SUCH
AN INEXPENSIVE DIGITAL CAMERA. 3X OPTICAL ZOOM WORKS GREAT.
TAKES SUPERB PICTURES INSIDE OR OUT. PLAN TO TAKE IT ON
VACATION. HAS TV OUT AND TAKES SHORT VIDEO CLIPS. GREAT BONUS.
DO NOT HESITATE TO BUY THIS CAMERA, YOU WILL NOT BE
DISSAPOINTED.

5-0 out of 5 stars Value, Vivid, Vivitar
What a great new toy for my electronics collection. The Vivitar Vivicam 2.1MP is by no means a toy by nature. From the moment you remove it from the box, this marvel of the modern age will never cease to amaze you. It comes standard with features that cameras twice the cost fumble to compare with. The Vivitar Vivicam 2.1MP is not a camera for the faint hearted but more so for those who live life on the edge. So dont waste anymore of your precious time on the other brand digital cameras but bring the digital world to life with your Vivitar Vivicam 2.1MP digital camera. Cheers. ... Read more


12. Vivitar Vivicam 3825 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Vivitar
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00008AJCM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 4656
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Vivitar V3825 4-megapixel digital camera offers high-resolution imagery and simplicity of operation. Its 3x optical power zoom lens ranges from 7-20mm (equivalent to a film camera’s 34-97mm) and is complemented with a macro function. Optical zoom is supplemented with 2x digital zoom capability. In addition to outstanding digital still images, the V3825 also has a burst mode allowing for the capture of sequential images in rapid succession.

Images can be reviewed on the 1.6-inch color LCD and the five different resolution modes allow you to send images through e-mail or you can upload them to the Web. The camera can also capture up to 60 seconds of video using AVI format, and can provide live video up to 15 fps using your PC and its USB port.

Photos are stored on SmartMedia memory cards. The built-in flash has red-eye reduction to eliminate those unwanted photo blemishes. The camera comes with editing software for your PC and is powered by four AA alkaline batteries ... Read more

Features

  • 4.0 megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality prints up to 11 x 14
  • 3x optical plus 2x digital (6x total) zoom lens with autofocus
  • Expandable via Secure Digital memory cards
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Powered by 4 AA batteries--rechargeables recommended

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Vivi Cam 3825
I have just bought this camera for my daughter at a Super Walmart on sale for $160.00. Brand new & still wrapped in box.
Have yet to try it but it makes me feel better that I saved almost $90.00. Will let you know how it works.
Alicia

4-0 out of 5 stars acceptable results for price
I looked around a bit before I made my choice with the 3825. One of the places I looked was vivitar.com where I inspected the sample pictures taken with this camera. I was impressed with their results and a little confused with the one review that complained about "grainy" pictures.
There's a bit of a learning curve involved with this unit regarding making changes for indoor shooting and also being able to view the LCD when outdoors, but both can be accomplished with mastery of the manual.
I guess what hooked me on the 3825 was the discounted price of $198.00. The camera originally listed for $367.00.
The specs on this page are (or were) incorrect about the power requirements. It takes 2 AA cells.

I did encounter grainy output when using the digital zoom outdoors, although the output through the optical zoom is excellent.
I didn't realise that the pictures in digital cameras default to JPEG files. This results in colors derived from a somewhat limited spectrum. Not that this will make a difference for the average "point and shoot" enthuasist. But for closeup work where one requires an _exact_ match (like a glass lampshade) one will experience a subtle difference. I supppose all cameras in this price range save their output in this format and if one needs _exact_ color replication one must either use film or a higher end digital camera.
Notwithstanding my last comment I enjoy using the 3825 and look forward to many years of faithful service from it.

2-0 out of 5 stars Grainy results
Bought this for my son. Most common functions were intuitive but we still needed to read the manual a lot. However, the pics were very grainy. My old 2MP Fuji Finepix had better resolution. We returned the Vivitar for a Samsung Digimax 360 (3.2 MP) which we like much better.

4-0 out of 5 stars BE CAREFUL
REVISION!!!! I have received the camera and it is very nice. Do NOT believe the advertising - it DOES include a 16mB memory card and it only needs 2 AA batteries, NOT 4! It is a nice camera and well worth the new price! ... Read more


13. Vivitar Vivicam 3755 3.2MP Digital Camera with 10x Optical Zoom
by Vivitar
list price: $349.99
our price: $302.99
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Asin: B00015HRJ6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 9038
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Still image resolution: 2048 x 1536
  • 10x optical zoom
  • 5x digital zoom
  • Range of focus: 3 feet to infinity (normal), 3 inches to 3 feet (macro)
  • Integral four-mode flash: Automatic, Red-Eye Reduction, Fill/On, and Off

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Value for money, but a compromise
In all, a value-for-money camera, but not without weaknesses. Bought in Australia on 18 May 2004 for 30% less than the already discounted price of the other camera considered, the Fuji FinePix S5000. I had previous experience with a Kodak DX4330 (all auto 3.1MP) and did some comparative shots with the Kodak and the Vivitar.

It had to be a 10X optical zoom, as I got used to long zooms during my SLR days. Originally I had my eyes on the Fuji S5000, but did not like the reviews (particularly the pretend 6MP setting, see DPReview).

STRENGTHS:

The price is unbeatable. The camera does not feel flimsy, even though it is plastic. Stickier surfaces would improve handhold, but shape is fine. The controls are logical and well-positioned, and with medium-sized male fingers I can comfortably reach and identify all buttons without taking my eyes off the viewfinder.

The viewfinder picture is what the lens sees (SLR-like), so there is none of the annoying parallaxis error of cameras with separate viewfinder windows.

The autofocus (a weak point in many reviews of various cameras) works fine throughout the zoom range. Macro ditto. The lens seems fine, although I did not play with test patterns.

There is the broad range of general settings expected nowadays, eg, four exposure, seven scenes, five focus, picture colour/sharpness/contrast, ISO between 70 and 400.

The range of manual-mode settings is excellent for this price. For example, there are five built-in white-balance settings, PLUS two manual pre-sets. Continuous shoot is available, as is 3 or 5 frames in a row. Exposure adjustments are available. The extent of viewfinder/LCD information displayed on settings can be changed to suit everyone.

Picture-processing speed is much better than the Kodak DX4330.

Operating costs are low, as it takes AA size batteries (from alkaline to rechargeables) and the cheaper secure digital cards.

WEAKNESSES:

Precision of the sensor is not great. Images are marginally noisier than those taken with a Kodak DX4330. This is not an issue for standard print sizes, though.

I am not wild about the colour. While the Kodak DX4330 had a blue bias, the Vivitar 3755 is red biased. There is no tone setting.

The viewfinder is quite grainy, and it can be difficult to identify objects with the zoom fully out. For people preferring to use the LCD on the back (accepting shorter battery life) this is not an issue as that latter is large and fine.

Unless I missed it, there is no option for a date stamp for photos.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
This camera in wonderful no problems at all excellent quality pictures. Easy to use.
I love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars 3755 Vivitar so far so good.....
After finally getting it (Thank You J&R Music and Comp great service not like HSN booooo.. HSN....) New years eve, I think I have found the camera for me. Being short on money and wanting everything to be quality this is as close as it comes.....I have learned more about the tech in of shooting with a matter of ease with this camera.... I still use the auto mode alot but can gradually switch to many different settings when I want to challenge myself in manual or semi manual....It has it all....Great outdoor shots like the Canon A80,A70, and descent indoor shots....
I would recommend it to anyone... My boss just purchased a slr Sigma and he was impressed with it because of the wide range of use.. Of course its not an slr but for 349.00 it's a good deal..

One thing though.... buy a charger.... with 2000mhp... or more...
I went through 8 aa batteries in 4 hours just playing with it....I have already taken over 300 shots.....
So far so good.. ... Read more


14. Vivitar ViviCam 2655 0.3MP Digital Camera
by Vivitar
list price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004U108
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 5344
Average Customer Review: 2.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For those who want to publish photos to the Web and for other uses, theViviCam 2655 features 640 x 480 optical resolution, supports USB/RS232/TVoutput, and has 2 MB built-in flash memory. It stores 16 high-quality images or32 normal-resolution images, the two-way auto flash helps low-light conditions,it boasts shutter speeds of 183 microseconds to one minute, is focus free, andhas a 10-second electronic self-timer. You also get MGI PhotoSuite, a photoediting software package. ... Read more

Features

  • 0.3 megapixel sensor is great for emails and posting on the Web
  • Fixed-focus lens
  • Internal 2 MB memory holds 16 images at default resolution
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via USB port
  • 9-volt battery included

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Battery Eater
This is an okay camera for your first one, but it is a battery eater!.. After about 20 pictures with flash, you need to change the batteries. Maybe I am naive but come on! Also...the flash stinks. You need there to be a LOT of light in the room to even make out an object and this is WITH the flash. Without it is just as bad.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this camera.
I wish I had bought instant lottery tickets with the money I spent on this camera. It takes horrible photos and takes a long time to do so. I would sell it if it wouldn't give me tremendous guilt. I think I'll throw it off of something very tall.

1-0 out of 5 stars do not buy this product if you expect any customer service
I bought the camera three weeks ago and it was fine, i know have a problem with it, it comes on but will not do anything.it acts like a computer that has locked up, after 9 calls later someone finally called me back from vivitar and explained to me that they could fix it for $80.?.? i asked about the warranty and they continued with the plastic case was under warranty...Help

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice toy. I Really enjoyed it.
Nice toy. I Really enjoyed it.
It is not a perfect camera. No great results, no amazing pictures, but ...
As a tool for point and shoot, to be able to share over the internet web-resolution-pictures : I Really enjoyed it.
Don't forget to take a real camera with you, but take this one too.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great beginner camera
This camera is great for the beginner who is just starting to go Hi-tech.

The pros are that the camera is lightweight and compact to carry anywhere. The upload speed from the camera to pc is not that long and the software that you can edit from is pretty useful as well.

The cons are simply the camera is not advanced enough to shoot anything that moves. My friend and I sat as still as humanly possible and all we got back was a blurred image of where we think our heads should have been. Also the color is not as good as I had hoped and the lag time between taking pictures seems to be forever. Some instructions in the booklet are a bit vague and took some creative juices to get the camera properly set up.

All in all if you are just shooting stuff for an auction site and color clarity isn't important grab this camera. Also this could be good for kids to mess around with if bought used. ... Read more


15. Vivitar Vivicam 3675 2.1MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Vivitar
list price: $249.95
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Asin: B00008N6VX
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 4792
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Vivicam 3675 is an affordable choice for anyone seeking a compact, versatile, high-quality digital camera. The 3675 is a 2.1 megapixel digital camera with 3x optical zoom, 2x digital zoom, integraed flash, and expandable memory.

The 3675 can be used to capture short video clips and as a PC Web cam, providing live video to your PC via USB connection. It also comes with 8 MB internal memory and can be expanded using optional Secure Digital (SD) memory cards. The 3675 offers imaging versatility, with the ability to select from two resolutions and three quality settings for their images. Resolution modes include 1600 x 1200 and 800 x 600m, ideal for either print (up to 8 x10), e-mail, or Web applications.

A unique feature of the 3675 is the ability to adjust the image sharpness. You can select from three levels of image sharpness (soft, normal, or hard) according to preferences and output requirements.

Reviewing images can be done with ease using the 1.6-inch TFT (transreflective) LCD screen. Other features include automatic white balance, automatic exposure compensation control, slide show mode, a 10-second timer, and a tripod mounting socket. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.1-megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 3x optical zoom and 2x digital zoom (6x total)
  • 8 MB internal memory; expandable via Secure Digital cards
  • Captures video clips without audio; can be used as a Web cam
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries; connects to PCs and Macs via USB

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars My first digital and I was thrilled...but
I tried the Vivicam 2.0 for a week and must admit it eats batteries fast! But from what I'm hearing, that seems to be the case with all digital cameras. I solved that issue by buying a Duracell 1hr charger and an extra pack of rechargeable AA's.
I already made a short video clip (with the 8mb internal memory you can record about 30 secs. of video) I shot in broad daylight and it came out beautiful! Minutes later I was watching it on my PC! The quality is very decent considering it's not a camcorder.
This camera has lot's of features which is why I chose it above others.

PROS: Has Video Out (NTSC/Pal-N)
Records videos(no sound),limited only by memory available.
Very cool hardware included in package.
Has DC/in so you don't have to always use batteries.
Is very easy to use and comfortable to hold and looks
very nice in a classic way.
Downloading pictures to the PC is a breeze only takes
about 1 minute for 25 pictures at high res.


CONS: No lens cover! I didn't expect that.
The plastic build seems pretty frail and I'm not sure
how long it will last.
when shooting a picture there's a delay and you never
really know when the thing will click...but then again,
I'm new to digital photography and maybe I'll get
used to this.
The buttons seem a little slow and you have to press
hard to get some response.

The main feature this camera has above others I've considered is the extra digital window at the top which allows viewing various settings without having to turn on the LCD display.
I found the quality of the pictures excellent! the flash covers
every corner of the darkest room.

I have tried to overcome most issues with this camera, but finally decided on returning it and ordered a Hewlett Packard 635 which seems like a more solid option.
The Vivitar takes excellent photos and is very simple to use, but I find that it has a very frail construction and the controls are not trustworthy; especially the "joystick" type control on the back which started malfunctioning after a few days.
I had chosen this camera over the HP at first because the HP 635 has no Video/out , but I have found that this is not such a necesary feature.

Tip: before buying any camera, first try them out at the store. I could not find a Vivitar to try out and had no way of anticipating many things. the HP 635 I HAVE tried, and I feel pretty confident it will be a good choice.

(This review has been revised from the original, I hope I have not misled anyone.)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Cam, but..
It takes great pics, but it eats up batteries too quick, i had to buy rechargable ones because i was spending too much on regular batteries, with the lcd on, it only lasts about 20 minutes. Also, it CANT BE USED AS A WEB CAM, which was very dissapointing, and in the description says that it can be used as a web cam but it cant. Its also kind of slow when taking pics, but overall ts a great cam, comes with AV cables, pc cable and great software. Its also cool looking ... Read more


16. Vivitar Vivicam 3930 5MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Vivitar
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00008VSEJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 10910
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

If you're looking for a digital camera to fulfill all your digital needs,the Vivitar Vivicam 3930 is the perfect choice.The simplicity of operationcoupled with well equipped with features, guarantees a perfect shot everytime.

No more manual focusing or choppy digital zoom because the autofocus lens iscompletemented with continuous ADZ technolgy. Advanced step-less DigitalZoom allows the photographer to select any digital zoom level from 1x to 2xin a smooth and continuous fashion, emulating optical zoom.

The 3930 is equipped with a 5.25 megapixel CCD imgae sensor. Images may bereviewed on the 1.6 inch color LCD and the four different resolution modesallow you to send images through email, print them, or apply them to the webat your desire.

In addition to all of these features, there is an unlimited capacity foryour photos or videos with the expandable Smart Media slots (16 MB Cardincluded). The built in flash has red-eye reduction to eliminate thoseunwanted photo blemishes. The camera comes with editing software (MGI PhotoSuite SE and Photo Vista) for your PC and is powered by 2 AA batteries. ... Read more

Features

  • 5.25 Megapixels
  • Advanced step-less digital zoom
  • SmartMedia slot
  • 16 MB card
  • 3x optical zoom

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Battery issue?
I don't have this camera but-

One reviewer complained that he couldn't find rechargable batteries for this camera. But the product information says it takes 2 AA NIMH batteries which are the most commonly available rechargable batteries there are. So one or the other is wrong.

1-0 out of 5 stars You cannot buy batteries for it
It comes with 1 rechargable battery. Do you want to take a few pictures then have to wait overnight while it recharges? Its manual does not state the model number of the replacement rechargeable battery to ask for much less where you can buy them or how much. And Vivitar's web site does not offer replacement batteries.

The manual DOES state you can use a NON rechargable Rayovac CP1 battery in lieu of the rechargable it comes with. Do you want to have to buy a fresh battery each time you shoot pictures? Moreover, Rayovac doesnt even currently sell that NON rechargable battery much less local stores.

In short, buy this camera and you will be limited to the length of its one battery and then have to wait overnight while it recharges. You will not be able to buy even non-rechargeable extra batteries for it. And IF Rayovac ever starts to sell the NON-rechargeable batteries, they will likely be very expensive and not widely available, and since they will be non-rechageable you will have to buy new expensive batteries each time. Pity. It would be a winner product otherwise.

2-0 out of 5 stars Had bad experience with 3615 model
I bought a Vivicam 3615 last year. The camera worked fine for about 6 months, then the picture quality degraded significantly.

The colors are all a bit "off" now and it takes poor quality images at night.

Experience with Vivitar tech support was very frustrating.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Digital Camera
I bought this camera online so I didn't get to play with it first. When I got the camera I was plesently supprised. The picture quality is fantastic and the macro feature is a great bonus. The optical zoom is 3X which is quite good. Ignore the 4X digital zoom because it is useless. It takes good night flash photos as well as small movies with sound. It has the ability to record a small voice tag after taking each photo which I think is quite nifty. It connected to my PC with ease and the batery life of the camera is quite good as you can turn off the lcd screen and just use the veiwfinder to save power. It has many more features than I have listed here. ... Read more


17. Vivitar Vivicam 3745 3.3MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Vivitar
list price: $399.99
our price: $239.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008N6VV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 3619
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Vivicam 3745 is an affordable choice for anyone seeking a compact, versatile, high-quality digital camera. The 3745 is a 3.3 megapixel digital camera with 3x optical zoom, 2x digital zoom, integrated flash, and expandable memory.

The 3745 can be used to capture short video clips and as a PC Web cam, providing live video to your PC via USB connection. It also comes with 8 MB internal memory and can be expanded using S optional Secure Digital (SD) D memory cards. The 3745 offers imaging versatility, with the ability to select from two resolution and three quality settings. Still image resolution may be set to either 2048 x 1536, or 1024 x 768 while Motion JPEG video clips are captured at a resolution of 320 x 240 in AVI format. Video clips captured with the 3745 can be recorded to the extent of available memory.

The 3745 comes with both USB to download images for viewing and/or editing as well as a video output cable to view images on your TV. Users of Windows Me, 2000, or XP or Mac OS 9 and higher will enjoy native support for the 3745. Simply connect the 3745 to your computer and access your images immediately--no drivers or software are required.

Reviewing images can be done with ease using the 1.5-inch TFT (transreflective) LCD screen. Other features automatic white balance, automatic exposure compensation control, integral four-mode flash, 4x playback zoom, a 10-second timer, and a tripod mounting socket. ... Read more

Features

  • 3-megapixel sensor captures 2048 x 1536 pixel images for prints up to 11 x 14 inches
  • 3x optical zoom and 2x digital zoom (6x total)
  • 8 MB internal memory; expandable via Secure Digital cards
  • Captures video clips without audio; can be used as a Web cam
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries; connects to PCs and Macs via USB

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cheap & Good Camera
I purchased this camera on Fry's Electronics. For $99 .
Pros: Cheap. Easy to use.
1) 16 MB SD card included ;
2) USB port and software for easy transfer pictures to your PC ; 3) 3.5mm jack to RCA video out for you to view direct Camera Picture to your TV .
4) Camera with full Auto focus came with 3X digital, 2X analog zoom.
5) 1.5 LCD screen on the back of the camera for easy monitor your picture .
6) Auto Flash for eliminate red eyes .
7) The camera also allows you to take 1 minute video without sound in with the Internal 16 MB SD Card in Quicktime format.
8) If you don't want to spend money for the Battery eating Camera , this 6 Volt Input is easy to use with Power supply adapter for Indoor use (easy to find this kind of 6 Volt Adapter 1000mA in the Market compare to other Camera jack only 3 Volt . This 6 Volt Adapter is very useful , For OutDoor use, I bought the Input Jack at the Radioshack store and connect to the 6 Volt lantern battery 10 Ah (cost $2.5 at WalMart) thru 2 small wires, You could take up to 100 Pictures , this could save your $$$ for the 4 AA Battery that won't last for 20 pictures . You could find an 6 Volt rechargeable Battery to use as your Camera's power source is the best . Remember all Digital Cameras are Battery Eating .
9) Picture is ok, about 85%-90% compares to other expensive Camera at 3.3MP.

Cons:
1) 4 AA Batteries won't last for 20 Still Pictures if you use the LCD , with the LCD turn off you could take up to 85 Pictures.
2) The Video movie look fuzzily like an old-time 8 millimeter Camera ( This only extra Bonus for still Camera ).
3) Picture little darken compare to expensive camera but it OK for me , I could fix this (Brighter) in 3 seconds with VuePro software or other software that included with the ViVitar 3745 Package .

4-0 out of 5 stars Not a bad (first digital) camera
I bought this camera because it was marked down as an open-box item. This is my first digital camera. After I got home with my new purchase, I read the previous user reviews and my heart sunk.

This camera works best with a set of high capacity Ni-MH batteries. This is clearly stated in the Vivitar web site. So equipped, the camera takes fine pictures. The controls are simple to learn and use. The delay from power-on to "ready" is about 3 seconds, it takes about a second to focus and process a scene; both are short by digital camera standards. The software is easy to install and performed flawlessly on my Windows ME machine. When the batteries are low, the camera may hehave sluggishly or turn itself off unexpectedly. With good batteries, it performed flawlessly.

You do not -- repeat: NOT -- have to re-enter the date & time each time you change batteries. I don't know what the previous reviewer is talking about. The pictures are fine. There is a web site which has test shots from nearly every camera ever made. Go there and check out this camera's pictures. I don't want to keep harping on the previous reviews, but he/she definitely left erroneous impressions. Not only that, he/she also gave the same (erroneous) reviews at other sites, making me suspect a personal agenda.

Check out this camera for yourself. Vivitar has made decent and affordable cameras for decades. Vivitar may not have the cachet generated by expensive advertisements and endorsements, but its products are solid. This is a good camera for the money.

4-0 out of 5 stars my first digital
with trepidation i took the step going from a 35mm cannon eos with multiple lenses to this.

the lcd screen washes out in bright daylight and the optical viewer is not totally accurate. you need to practice using it to establish the picture zone. holding such a small camera takes some getting use to. only a few times would the shutter not release and this may be to my inexperience and the camera's need to recycle for the next shot. so far, these are the only negatives i have.

battery life is excellent using 2300ma metal hydride rechargeables. at the highest resolution a 256mg sd card holds over 250 pictures. picture quality at the automatic setting has surprised me as being excellent. this is basically a point and shoot unit.although manual settings are available i have not even bothered to try them.

overall, this is a very good unity and will be handed down to a family member. this has convinced me digital photography is here to stay & now i want to get a camera with a 10x optical zoom lens.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do Not Recommend this Camera
This is my 1st digital camera. After trying and using several at work, Cannon, Sony, Olympus, I thought I was a genius for getting similar specifications at a discount price. oooops!!
At times the camera is fine, turn on, let it buzz, point, wait, shoot. Other times, forget it. No picture. No way, nothing will let the shutter snap. In broad daylight. Useless for action pics. Useless for important shots, as you never know when it will function properly. Also, it will not recognize some media cards, and it randomly stores images on the built in or the card memeory. Again, no logic. I say pay a few more $ and get a Fuji, Olympus or Sony.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not a good camera
I am not happy at all with my new camera. Easy to use but the quality of the image is quite low. Sometimes the commands are not responding at the first push button.

Add more money and try something else. ... Read more


18. Vivitar Vivicam 3340 1.3MP Digital Camera
by Vivitar
list price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008N6VZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 3149
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Vivicam 3340 is an affordable choice for anyone seeking a compact, versatile digital camera. The 3340 offers a fixed focus lens, integrated flash, and expandable memory. Its 1.3-megapixel resolution is great for e-mailing and posting images to the Web, as well as for prints up to 4 x 6 inches.

The 3340 can be used to capture short video clips and as a PC Web cam, providing live video to your PC via USB connection. It comes with an 8 MB internal memory and can be expanded using optional Secure Digital (SD) memory cards.

Other features include automatic white balance, automatic exposure compensation control, a 10-second timer, and a tripod mounting socket. ... Read more

Features

  • 1.3 megapixel CCD sensor captures images up to 1,280 x 960pixels--perfect for e-mailing
  • 8 MB internal memory; expandable via Secure Digital cards
  • Built-in flash, 10-second timer
  • Captures video clips without audio; can be used as a Web cam
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries; connects to PCs and Macs via USB

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars THIS CAMERA SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!
I recived this camera for Christmas and i figured out that it sucks big time. The pictures came out very blurry and needed a ton of light. I would not recomend this camera for anybody it is overpriced for what it does. I dont think you could use this at all for fast action capture. Overall this camera sucks badley i took mine back to the store. It may sound like a good deal but it isnt, because even out side in bright sunny light my pictures came out badly when holding the camera very still.

4-0 out of 5 stars WOW!
wow! this is the best camera ever! It is a bit expensive and because of this i got it as a birthday-Christmas present from my parents last Christmas but still i think it it just great! and the pictures are actually in color!

4-0 out of 5 stars Vivitar Vivicam 3340
I purchased this camera from a retail store on clearance. I purchased it for emailing photos, solely for internet fun. For that, it is great, as I was using my 35MM camera and printing/scanning photos the hard way. I do not imagine it would be the camera to use for special memories, but for what I purchased it for, it works good. I did need to use the Windows Photo editing tool, as closeups were a little difficult at first. This camera does not flash for pictures 3 feet and closer, so secondary light was needed.

2-0 out of 5 stars great price poor quality
I recently received this product and am disappointed. When I uploaded Images to my PC it turned out a little red. The display is just that, don't confuse display and viewfinder. It makes a great camera for your computer but not if you're looking to capture moments. Because of the battery save function it can be greatly time consuming when still-shot taking. If you don't really care of the quality and convinence, then this camera is for you. ... Read more


19. Vivitar Vivicam 25 VGA Digital Camera
by Vivitar

Asin: B0002ZUBDO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 3443
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Amazon.com Product Description

The affordable Vivitar Vivcam 25 digital camera is a great way to introduce a young person to digital photography, or to have on hand for snapshots at parties or family functions. It has a VGA resolution of 640 x 480 pixels (as well as an option for 320 x 240 pixels), and can capture video (without audio) and function as a PC/Web cam.

The Vivicam 25 has an internal 8 MB memory that can hold 25 images at the highest resolution setting (640 x 480, low compression). Video clips are shot at 4 frames per second (fps) at either a 640 x 480 or 320 x 240 resolution. It can also deliver live video to your PC via a USB connection for easy video conferencing. It's powered by two AA batteries (alkalines included; NiMH rechargeables recommended).

What's in the Box
Vivicam 25 digital camera, USB cable, hand strap, two alkaline AA batteries, printed user guide, two additional face plates, CD-ROM with drivers for Windows and Arcsoft PhotoImpression ... Read more

Features

  • Lightweight digital camera captures 640 x 480 images--perfect for e-mailing or posting to the Web
  • Captures video (without audio)
  • Can be used as PC/Web cam
  • Internal 8 MB memory; connects to PCs via USB 1.1
  • Powered by two AA batteries (alkalines included, NiMH rechargeables recommended)

20. Vivitar ViviCam 10 Digital Camera
by Vivitar
list price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000635XT
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 2900
Average Customer Review: 2.83 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Video clip mode allows you to capture and create movie clips
  • Auto white balance and auto exposure
  • LCD Status display
  • Optical viewfinder
  • Built-in 8MB of memory

Reviews (23)

2-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Camera
I bought this camera as a temporary until I could afford a more expensive camera to replace the one my dog broke. Well the price was right and it looked like a nice camera. I have heard of Vivitar before so I thought it would have half way decent quality but it doesn't. No matter what mode is used inside the pictures either come out washed out or too dark. The colors are always wrong or very poor. Wether it is used indoors or outdoors the pictures usually come out blurry and they show no detail at all. I bought a pencam also and didn't like it but I have to say that for outdoor use it at least takes a clear detailed picture. This camera won't take a decent picture for anything.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best camera ever!!
if ur looking for a cmaera this is the one it is cheap and the pictures are clear has helll i taken over 1 thousand pictures with this camera (not at once) it will take 78 in high res and in low 167! its amazing beuatiful clear pictues i recomend it to ne one!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Not that bad though
Well... here I read mixed oppinions on this little camera. Some likes it, some hates it.... but the camera is still the same and what is different is their expectation. OK.... I don't think this is the best sabby digital cam in the world. I have an Olimpus 2M, my brother and mom have Olimpus 3Ms, and my father has Canon EOS 1G. And all the starting point of these digital camera buying wave in my family was from this Vivitar cam. My family was a bit doubtful on the quality of digital cameras before I bought this cam a while ago. They were kind of thinking that digital camera technology was not fully stablized and they may need to wait a couple of more years to get a all set reliable digital cameras like old film cameras level. When I got this mini cam, their first reaction was "Oh... that's not that bad" It produces acceptable 640/480 pictures, batteries are not going flat that rapidly, can transfer pictures from the camera to computer via USB. You must know is this. This is the very bottom layer digital camera in digital camera assortment. 640/480 resolution means 0.3 mega pixel and that is the very basic level of your VGA monitor resolution. You may have at least 1280/1024 resolution level in most monitors and that is approximately 4 times finer than this camera's resolution. You got what I ment? The camera produces about 4 times worse quality picture than your monitor's view per se. Another word, when you display a picture from this camera in full screen or print it out with photo printer, you have really high odd to be disappointed. However, if you use this camera for pix for e-mailing to friends (not business custommers) or use for fun, I guess it fits very well with your needs. I agree on the complaint about flash lights. It doesn't make a good shot with flash in most cases. Pix are blurry and look like a paintings of impressionists. I recommend to use different modes without flash. In many pix, I found that the camera doesn't need that much light at all. We are kind of use to use film cameras and think that we need flash under this certain amount of lumination. The fact is that, digital cameras are often requiring less light than film cameras and we can make a better pix without flash light. A few more complements, the battery time is quite satisfactory. Since this camera has no LCD display that shows current taken pix, it consumes far less electricity than other models with LCDs. I know that so well because I now used bunch of digital cameras with LCDs. Finally it's easy to use. Just turn on and take picture. No zoom, no pulldown menues.... There are some sons also. First the flash light as I mentioned. USB connectivity software is a bit cumbursom. It doesn't automatically recognize the camera as a USB drive so hat you have manually load the software and suck up the pix from the camera to your computer. It's not that hard if you have any insight on your computers by the way.

4-0 out of 5 stars How can i start the camera when???????.
Hi all readers,

I have had this vivitar10 digital camera for some time. It is in my suggestion a good camera- just good enough for my use. Last week it stoped working. When i press and hold the power button it does not respond. It has 2 arrows facing each other on the LCD screen. Infact it works fine when i connect it to the computer. I have tried all i know- with very limited kmnowledge of the produc.

Any help to get this camera going will be --welcome- and very encouraging.
Thank you.

Yash.
Sydney.
Australia

2-0 out of 5 stars In this case, cheap just ain't worth it
I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. Not to kids, not to adults who just want a quick-and-dirty way to get images on the web. That was my goal in buying this camera, but it didn't take me long to go after a refund.

Indoors, the pictures are way too dark, even with the flash. The power button worked only half the time, but photos came out fuzzy every time.

When I took it in for a refund, the woman at the counter said, "Wow. This must be the one to return." I asked, "So I'm not the only one?" And she said, "No way."

That was enough for me. ... Read more


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