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Buildable But Not Breakable! The LEGO Digital Camera From ThinkGeek

A Little Bit About The LEGO Digital Camera
Buildable, but not breakable!  What is your LEGO castle missing? It’s got a moat, a drawbridge, guard towers, a keep, archers to shoot at invaders. Now all it needs is the LEGO Digital Camera!
This totally functional 3 megapixel digital camera is built out of red, yellow, green and blue LEGO bricks and can be built on with additional LEGO Bricks!

Product Features:

•For Ages 7 years +

•WARNING: Contains small parts - Not intended for children under 3 years of age

•3 megapixel resolution

•1.5” color LCD screen

•128 MB internal memory – stores up to 80 photos

•No SD card required and not included

•USB output – Easily download photos to your computer

•Built-in flash and fixed focus

•Contains internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery

•Dimensions: 4" L x 2.5" H x 1.5" W

•Weight: 1 pound

Our Experience
If you have huge LEGO fan's in your home like we do (or are one yourself!) your going to LOVE, the LEGO Digital Camera from ThinkGeek! It's a fully functional digital camera (equipped with a LCD screen for viewing /taking photo's on the back of the camera) and it's buildable! Yep, you can pop additional LEGO's on this camera (don't worry though, you can't remove the LEGO's that complete the camera's housing)! The LEGO digital camera would be great for a child, and not only allows them to express themselves with the awesomeness of it's design, but also gives them the ability to take great digital photos (3 megapixel resolution). Ton's of FUN!

The LEGO Digital Camera would make an excellent stocking stuffer, or a great gift this Holiday Season!

BUY IT:
You can find the LEGO Digital Camera at http://www.thinkgeek.com/

Disclosure: A product sample was provided for review purposes. The opinions I have expressed in this post are my own, and may differ from others. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. Click HERE to read our full Disclosure/Policy.

1 comment:

  1. No SD card would be frustrating :-( I know my kids quickly maxed out the 1 GB chip on their Fisher Price camera.

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