Kitvision Kids Action camera pack and 4GB Micro SD card
The Kids Action Cam is perfect for kids that want to take great pictures and videos of family, friends, and anything else they see when at home and on holiday.
Fun frames and games The Kids Action Cam also comes with 20 funny frames they can put on their pictures, plus three great games to keep them entertained on their travels. Waterproof case To make sure they can capture all the adventure, the Kids Action Cam includes a secure waterproof case to keep it safe when they are diving into the action.
Easy handle grips for little hands The Kids Action Cam comes with easy-hold handle grips designed for little hands, so you do not have to worry about it slipping out of their grasp. Everything they need for action Comes with everything they need to get started, including mounts, adaptors, and a handy 4 GB micro SD card.
Specifications: Display: Built-in 2 inch LCD display, 960 x 800 resolution at 30fps , 70° lens ,Built-in microphone. Storage: Supports micro SD cards between 8 GB and 32 GB. Battery: Rechargeable 400 mAh Li-ion battery included. Camera size (mm): W65 x H65 x D25. Weight: 61 g
Depth: 25 MM
Fun games and frames: With 20 funny frames to put on their pictures
3 great games to keep them entertained on their travels.
4 GB micro SD card.
Includes everything they need to get started, with mounts, adaptors
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