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Vivitar Vivicam 8025Vivitar ViviCam 8025 8.1 MP Digital Camera (Silver)

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This stylish and compact digital camera comes with great choice of features and high resolution of 8-megapixels allowing to capture every detail and produce large prints. It's exceptionally user friendly thanks to its large touch screen.

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Granduke 6:27am on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 
point and shoot You remember those "disposable cameras" you could buy for a few bucks with the film embedded in them?
sam_i_am 9:57pm on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 
My thirteen year old daughter is always wanting to take our digital cameras with her when she goes somewhere.
panamapal 4:10am on Friday, March 26th, 2010 
i think that this camera is cool trendy and very neat i think that you should buy this product because it is at a reasonable price ad it is practicle!...
larkar 4:07am on Friday, March 26th, 2010 
I purchased this camera from Walmart for 59.99. I was looking for an inexpensive quality camera. Unfortunately. Large touch screen , anti shake feature, easy to operate nbsp;small in-built memory, sounds can not be recorded. Not suitable for professional use I bought a Vivitar ViviCam 8025 digital camera a few months back, and am amazed at the value for money.
rsteeves 9:31am on Sunday, March 21st, 2010 
hesu cristo 80 bucks after shipping for this worthless item. None Claims to have zoom - it only does magnification.

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In order to select the mode, please follow the below steps: 1. Press the Home button. The following icons will appear on the LCD touch screen

2. 3. 4. 5.

Touch the icon Touch the icon Touch the icon Touch the icon
function area to enter Playback mode. function area to enter Still Image (Camera) mode. function area to enter Movie (Video) mode. function area to enter the Setup menu.
Note: If you are in the Playback or Video mode, pressing the Home button will exit these modes and open the Still Image mode.
Still Image mode This is the default mode when you power on your camera.
Taking Photos 1. 2. 3. Compose your shot using the LCD screen. Hold the camera steady and press the shutter button to take the photo. There will be a short delay while the camera saves the photo to memory.
After each photo is shot (when the camera returns to icon mode) the numbers of photos left to shoot at the selected resolution is displayed on the LCD screen. When the camera's memory (photo capacity) is full, the LCD screen will display a message - Memory Full, Insert a SD memory card to Transfer and Take More Photos! Either download the photo to your computer using the Photags Express software as described below in the section Download photos and videos to your PC or insert another SD card to continue taking more photos.
Digital Zoom function You can magnify your subject using the digital zoom by touching the icon and function area.

1. 2. 3.

Touch the icon The following icon Touch the icon
function area to zoom in on your object. will appear on your LCD screen. function area to zoom back out.
Macro/Far shooting The camera has the function that allows you to capture objects either at very near or very far distances. Before taking the picture slide the Macro/Far switch on the left side of the camera near the USB slot.
For close up shooting slide the switch to the indicates that the macro shooting mode is on. For far shooting slide the Macro/Far switch to the indicate that the far shooting mode is on.

position. The icon

appears on the LCD screen and
appears on the LCD screen, to
Flash In low light conditions it is best to use the built-in flash. You can also use the flash to compensate for backlight conditions. To set the flash: 1. Touch the icon function area until the icon appears on the left side of the LCD screen. This

will activate the automatic flash. 2. Touch the icon function area again until the icon appears on the LCD screen. This means
the flash function has been "forced on" (manual flash). Note: If the flash is not ready, a LED will light up and the flash is ready before taking a photo. 3. Touch the icon screen. function area again until the icon appears on the left side of the LCD icon will flash repeatedly - wait until the
This will activate the red-eye reduction feature.
To turn off the flash function touch the icon
function area repeatedly until the

icon appears.

LCD screen displaying You can touch the DIS function area on the screen repeatedly to hide or show the icons of the LCD screen.
Self-Timer You can include yourself in a photo by using this feature to delay the time between you pressing the shutter button and when the photo is actually taken. It is recommended that you use a tripod or place the camera on a flat and sturdy surface when using the self-timer. 1. Press the Menu/OK button.

2. 3. 4.

Touch the icon Touch the icon
area to select the next page until you see the Self-Timer option. function area to enter the self-timer mode selection. function area select the self-time option you desire: 2 seconds

By touching the icon

seconds 5.

or 10 seconds

Press the Menu/OK button to confirm. The self-timer icon (per your selection) will now appear on the screen.
Press the Shutter button to start the self-timer. Your camera will count down 2, 5 or 10 seconds as per your choice and then automatically take the photo.
Scene Your camera supplies many scenes for you to take photos in almost any environment. Scene included with your camera are Auto, Night Portrait, Night Scenery, Portrait, Scenery, Sport, Party, Beach or High Sensitivity. You can choose your best scenery according to your light and environmental conditions. 1. Press the Menu/OK button.
function area repeatedly until you see the Scene option appear. function area to enter the Scene menu.

Touch the icon

function area to select the scene you want to use.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm, save and exit to the camera standby mode.
Image Size The image size and quality settings determine the number of photos that can be saved and the amount of memory required for each photo. The higher the photo quality the more memory it will take. The image size and quality will also affect the maximum size you can effectively print your photo. To set the Image size:
Press the Menu/OK button.
Touch the icon Touch the icon Touch the icon
function area repeatedly until you see Image Size option. function area to enter Image Size menu. function area to select your image size.

The image size icon will appear on the LCD screen. Your camera has 7M and 2M high definition image size.
Anti-Shake Your Digital Camera has a function that prevents photos coming out blurry as a result of trembling or shaking when taking the photo. You are not required to use a tripod in order to take good quality photos. 1. Press the Menu/OK button.
function area repeatedly until you see the Anti-Shake option. function area to enter the Anti-Shake menu. function area to select Anti-Shake On/Off.
Note: The anti-shake icon will appear on the LCD screen.
Face Detection Your camera supports face detecting that allows you to take better portrait photos. 1. Press the Menu/OK button.
function area to select next page until you see the Face Detection option. function area to enter the Face Detection menu. function area to select the Face Detection On/Off.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm and exit to the camera standby mode.
Note: The Face Detection icon will appear on the LCD screen.
Setup Menu You can set the Exposure, White Balance, Sharpness, Quality, ISO, Date, Auto Power Off, Language, Frequency, Format and Default Setting.
Press the Home button for the main menu to appear on the LCD.
function area to enter the Setup Menu.
Exposure This setting allows you to control the brightness of your images. 1. 2. 3. Touch the first icon Touch the icon function area to enter the Exposure option. function area to select an exposure value (from +3 to -3).
ISO This is a special function that allows you to compensate the light conditions when the light source is not good and you also specifically do not wish to use a flash or tripod. When using ISO sensitization, please choose the low value ISO to prevent spots or blotches appearing on your photo.

1. 2. 3. 4.

function area repeatedly until you see the ISO option. function area to enter the ISO setting. function area to select an ISO value.
White Balance This setting allows the camera to adjust the color of your photos according to the color of your light source. 1. 2. 3. 4. Touch the icon Touch the icon Touch the icon function area until you see White Balance option. function area to enter the White Balance setting. function area to select the white balance option you desire.
Sharpness This setting allows you to adjust the sharpness of your images, making edges more or less distinct. 1. Touch the icon function area until you see the Sharpness option.
function area to enter the Sharpness setting. function area to select one of Normal/Soft/Sharp.

Quality The quality of your photos also affects the number of shots you can take. A HIGH setting means you can take fewer photos, but they will be of better quality. The default value is STANDARD.
function area until you see the Quality option. function area to enter the Quality setting. function area to select one of Fine/Super Fine/Normal.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm , save and exit to the camera standby mode.
Note: After you confirm, the quality icon will appear on the LCD. normal quality,

fine quality,

super fine quality.
Auto Power off By default, if your camera is idle for 60 seconds it will automatically be powered off. to change this setting: 1. 2. 3. 4. Touch the icon Touch the icon Touch the icon function area until you see the Auto Power off option. function area to enter the Auto Power off menu. function area to select one of 60S/120S/180S/None. Use the Auto Off option
Press the Menu button to confirm, save and exit to the camera standby mode.
Date This allows you to set the system time which will be displayed on the photos. 1. 2. 3. 4. Touch the icon Touch the icon Touch the icon function area until you see Date option. function area to enter the Date menu. function area to select one of On/Off/Set date.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm.
Set date: 1. 2. Touch the icon Touch the icon and and function area repeatedly to select and highlight the digit. function area repeatedly to set the current date and time.
Press Menu/OK button to confirm and save the changes.
Format This function will format the memory card and will erase all files in memory including files that have been protected. Important: Please use this function with caution. Once formatted all the images stored in the memory will be erase. This process is irreversible. Please download all images to the PC before formatting the card.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

function area until you see the Format option. function area to enter the Format menu. function area to select OK/Cancel.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm. A Format message will appear on the LCD.

function area to select Yes or No.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm, save and exit to the camera standby mode. If you selected Yes, all the images sitting on the card will have been erased.
Default Setting You can restore your camera to the original factory settings. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Touch the icon Touch the icon Touch the icon function area repeatedly until you see the Default Setting option. function area to enter the Default menu. function area to select OK or Cancel.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm. A Default Setting message will appear on the LCD
Video Mode Please refer to Mode selection for how to select modes. Note: An SD card needs to be inserted in order to use this video mode. The icon will appear on the LCD screen indicating that you are in Movie (Video) mode.
Press the Shutter button to begin shooting videos. The elapse time will be shown on the top right of the LCD screen and the icon LCD screen. will flash on the
Press the Shutter button again to stop and save this file in AVI format.
Note: You can play this AVI file in playback mode or on your computer using Quick Time and Windows Media Player.
White Balance You can select different White Balance for shooting videos. 1. Press the Menu/OK button.
Touch the WB area to enter the White Balance menu. Touch the icon function area to select the best white balance for shooting.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm, save and exit to the video standby mode.
Image Size Your camera supports 2 video resolutions- 640x480 (VGA) pixels, 320x240 (QVGA) pixels. 1. Press the Menu/OK button.
Touch the MP function area to enter Image Size menu. Touch the icon function area to select VGA or QVGA.
Playback Mode Set your camera to Playback mode (please refer to Mode Selection). Here you can preview the photos and videos you have captured and recorded. In Playback mode you can rotate, protect, delete and crop your photos and you can protect and delete video clips. You can also print photos directly from your camera using

PictBridge.

Note: The message, No File Exist will be displayed on the LCD screen if there are no photos or videos in your camera. Press the Home button to return to the Still Image mode and begin to take photos.
Full screen to Thumbnail display
When the camera is in the Playback Mode and an image appears on the LCD screen: 1. 2. 3. 4. Touch the icon function area.
This will open up the thumbnail display. Touch the , , or icon function area to select a thumbnail of a photo or video.
Press the Menu/OK button to display the photo or video in full screen.
Delete current photo or video In full screen display mode: 1. 2. Touch the Touch the appears. 3. Press the Menu/OK button to confirm. The selected image is deleted. icon function area to delete the current photo or video displayed on the LCD screen. or icon function area to select Yes or No from the Delete message that
Operation for still photos Select the still photo you want to delete, rotate, protect, crop or print.
Rotate 1. Press the Menu/OK button.

Touch the Touch the

icon function area to enter the Rotate menu. icon function area to select one of 90/180/270 degrees.
Press Menu/OK button to confirm. Rotate & Saving will appear on the screen. The photo will now be rotated.
Note: 1. 2. You cannot rotate a protected file when This File is Write-Protected appears on the screen. No card inserted will appear on the screen if no SD card is insert. Please insert an SD memory card to use this function.
Protect You can protect your photos/videos from accidental deletion by selecting the lock feature. 1. 2. Press the Menu/OK button. Touch the icon function area until you see the Protect option.

3. 4. 5. 6.

icon function area to enter the Protect menu. icon function area to select Lock or Unlock.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm. An icon will appear on the screen.
To Unlock the current file follow steps 1 through 4. Select Unlock and press the Menu/OK button to

unlock the current file.

Delete Delete unwanted photos and videos at any time in order to free up memory. You can delete one image or video clip at a time or delete all except the protected photos and videos that are currently recorded on the memory card. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Press the Menu/OK button. Touch the Touch the Touch the icon function area until you see the Delete option. icon function area to enter the Delete menu. icon function area to select one of This Image/All/Cancel.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm. From the delete message that appears, touch the or icon function area to select Yes.
Press the Menu/OK button again to confirm the deletion.
Note: you cannot delete the file which is locked.
Crop Image Crop your photos to show and save a specific portion of an image or to highlight certain focal points. The Crop feature lets you zoom in on an image and then save that part of the image as a new photo.

Press the Menu/OK button. Touch the icon function area until you see the Crop option.

3. 4. 5.

icon function area to enter the Crop menu. icon function area to select Crop.

Touch the

icon function area to magnify the rectangle and select an area to be save as a
new file. 7. Press the Menu/OK button.
icon function area to move the rectangle over and select the part of the
photo that you would like to crop. 9. 10. Press the Shutter button. Press the Shutter button again to confirm and save it as a new photo or you can press the Menu/OK button to exit without saving. Note: you can select Cancel in step 4 and press the Menu/OK button to exit.
Pictbridge Your camera allows you to print the photos with a Pictbridge compatible printer.
Select the photo you want to print. Press the Menu/OK button

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Touch the Touch the Touch the
icon function area until you see the Pictbridge option. icon function area to enter the menu. icon function area to select Pictbridge.
From the Print message that appears select Print or Cancel Press the Menu/OK button to confirm. Please connect to device will appear on the LCD screen. Connect your camera with the USB cord to the compatible printer for printing.
Note: 1. you can select Cancel in step 6 and press the Menu/OK button to exit. 2. In step 7, if you do not want to print the photo, you can press the Menu/OK button to exit.
Playing the AVI video file 1. 2. Select an AVI video file you wish to play by touching the The icon or icon function area.
will appear on the LCD screen indicating you have selected an AVI file.
Press the Shutter button to play the current AVI file. Touch the C icon function area to stop playing the AVI.
Installing PhoTags Express Software
NOTE: Before attempting to install the software, make sure that you do not have the cameras USB cable attached to your computer. This will affect the install process and can cause a failed installation of the camera software and drivers. In order to install the Software and drivers to download and edit the photos and videos captured using this camera, you need to install the CD installation disk. Insert the installation CD into your CD-ROM drive. The installation screen should automatically open.
Warning: DO NOT PLUG YOUR CAMERA INTO THE USB PORT UNTIL THE SOFTWARE INSTALLATION HAS BEEN COMPLETELY INSTALLED. 1. On the Install your camera software screen, select your Still Image model from the drop down list and click the Install button to install the PhoTags Express software. For more installation information click the Read Me First! button.

On the PhoTags Express" screen, click the Next button.
Please review the license terms and click the I Agree button to continue.
Let the PhoTags Express installer create the folder where the program will be installed to, and then click Install.
Please wait while the application is being installed on your computer.
Once the application has been installed on your computer, click the Finish button to let the PhoTags Express installer finish the installation program.
If you selected the option for the application to start after pressing the Finish button, the application will automatically launch.
If not, then in order to open the application you need to double click on the Photags Express icon on the desktop.
The Welcome to Photags Express Product Registration screen will open. This screen will appear each time you open the application until you register. To register your product please click the Register Online button and fill out the online registration form (This requires an internet connection). Note: In order to complete the installation process you are required to register. Registering your product entitles you to discounts on upgrades as well as Free Customer Support.
If you choose to register at a later time click the Continue button to open the Photags Express application.
Everything you need to get the most from your photos
The PhoTags Express software that is installed on your computer allows you to edit existing photos that you have on your computer as well as the photos that you have captured with your camera. 1. 2. 3. Plug one end of the USB cable into the USB port of the camera. Plug the other end of the USB cable into a USB port on your computer. Wait for your computer to recognize that new hardware has been installed and the ready to use message pops up on the task bar.
If the Camera is off it will automatically be turned on when the USB cable is properly connected.
If you have not already opened your application then click the PhoTags Express icon that appears on your desktop to open the PhoTags Express Software.
From the Main Menu screen that appears, select the Select Photos, Enhance Photos or Add Captions buttons. You can use these features to edit your photos:

Manage your photos by creating countless unique photo collections without duplicating any photos. Burn CDs of any folders for backup and storage. Enhance your photos; Auto Enhance, Crop, Correct Red Eye, Manually Adjust and add Special Effects. Add Active Captions- add Text Captions, Frames, Shapes, Keywords and more that can be viewed or hidden any time. Locate and Organize your photos and collections- Search by Captions, Category, Keyword or Date directly from the operating system of your computer. Share your photos via E-mail, Local Printing and Create HTML web pages for uploading online. Workshops feature allows you to Create Calendars, two-sided Greeting Cards and Postcards on standard photo paper. Create Photo Albums and Slide Shows on CDs that can be viewed on your PC and VCDs for viewing on
your TV using your DVD player. Add background music to your slideshow.
Download photos and videos to your PC
Transfer Photos and video images from your camera to your PC using PhoTags Express. Select the Get Photos button from the top of the PhoTags Express Main Menu screen. The Get Photos Wizard opens.
Select the device (removable disk) option in the Active Devices window on the left and then select either the Custom or Express copy radial button in the Copy methods box.
CUSTOM COPY METHOD Select the Custom copy radial button. Click the Next button. Add Active Captions to your pictures. You can add a date, keywords, categories and more. Click Next to continue.
Choose where to place your photos and videos. The default is to place all photos and videos into a folder under the C:\My Documents\ My Pictures folder with the date when the photos were taken as the folder name.
Click the Finish button to start the download process.
A photos download progress bar appears showing the number of media (videos included) downloading to your computer.
All the media Photos and Videos on your camera are now downloaded to your computer to the selected folder. Open the Select Photos mode of Photags Express to view the thumbnails for all the media. You may now use PhoTags Express to edit your photos, create collections and Burn CD`s. To learn more of how to get the most out of your PhoTags application select the Show Me How or the ? Help Guide button found on the top right of the screen.

EXPRESS COPY METHOD

Select the Express copy radial button if you want to have all the images transferred to the PC without the option to select which photos you want to transfer. In this mode you will not see a preview of the images transferred. For more information please refer to the Help Guide in PhoTags Express.

Viewing Videos

Make sure that your camera is connected to your computer with the USB cable. Open any application that will enable you to view video files (for example Windows Media Player).
Videos created and downloaded should be sitting in the C:\My Documents\My Pictures\{date} folder. Videos are saved in AVI format. Double click on a video with the avi extension.
The video will begin to play automatically. To replay the video, use the media controls. Once all the Photos and Videos have been downloaded to the computer it is recommended that you delete them from the camera thereby preparing your camera to take more photos and videos.
Transferring photos and videos to your PC manually
Turn on your camera, Change your Still Image mode to Playback and connect your camera to the computer correctly with USB cable, the screen will be shown a window (Removable Disk F:) as below:
NOTE: Now you can download the photos and videos to your computer with two methods as below:
Download photos directly from windows
Choose copy pictures to a folder on my computer on the Removable Disk (F:) window.

After you

click OK, step by step instructions will appear. Follow the description and click the buttons that are defaulted by the system to finish transferring. Alternatively you can: 1. 2. 3. 4. Click on the START button in Windows. Click on the MY COMPUTER Icon on the desktop. Your memory card will appear as a REMOVABLE STORAGE DEVICE. Click on the REMOVABLE STORAGE DEVICE to view the images. The images are stored in the subfolder called DCM100. 5. You can now copy and paste the images to any directory you choose.
Transferring photos and videos to your MAC manually
The Photags Express software is not compatible and will not install on a Mac. In order to transfer photos and videos from your camera to your computer:
Plug the camera into an available USB port A new drive should mount on the desktop which stores any photos or videos that have been taken.

Maintenance of Your Digital Camera
The digital camera is a delicate device. Please handle your camera with care to avoid damaging it.

Sakar Warranty Card

This warranty covers for the original consumer purchaser only and is not transferable. Products that fail to function properly UNDER NORMAL USAGE, due to defects in material or workmanship. Your product will be repaired at no charge for parts or labor for a period of one year. What Is Not Covered By Warranty: Damages or malfunctions not resulting from defects in material or workmanship and damages or malfunctions from other than normal use, including but limited to, repair by unauthorized parties, tampering, modification or accident. What To Do When Service Is Required: When returning your defective product (postage pre-paid) for service, your package should include: 1. 2. 3. Copy of original bill of sale A detailed written description of the problem. Your return address and telephone number (Daytime)
MAIL TO ADDRESS BELOW: Sakar International Attention: Service Department 195 Carter Drive Edison, NJ 08817 You may also visit www.sakar.com for further assistance if necessary or call our tech support department toll free at (877) 397-8200.
Appendix A: Technical Specifications
Image Sensor Image Resolution Video Resolution File Format External Memory LCD Display Lens Zoom Exposure White Balance ISO
CMOS Sensor 3264x2448pixels(8M),3648x2048pixels(7M),2592x1944 pixels(5M), 2048x1536 pixels(3M), 1920x1080 pixels(2M) and
640x480 pixels(VGA). 640X480,320X240pixels JPEG/AVI SD / MMC Card (up to 8GB) 2.4 Inch TFT LCD Touch Screen f=7.23mm, F2.8 8X Digital Zoom -3.0EV ~ +3.0EV Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Incandescent, Fluorescent Auto/100/200/400 Auto/Night Portrait/Night Scene Scenery/Portrait/Scenery/Sport/Party/Beach/High Sensitivity Flash Auto /Force/Red Eye Reduction/Off Self-timer 2, 5 or 10 sec delay Anti-Shake Yes PictBridge Yes Interface USB 1.1 System Requirements Window XP/ Vista/ Mac OS X (10.2.6 or higher) Battery Lithium rechargeable battery Working Temperature 0~40
Appendix B: Troubleshooting
Q: I have taken photos but my computer says, No photos in camera. What do I do? A: First ensure that you have in fact taken photos. Press the Shutter/OK button a few times to take some sample photos and then try downloading them again. If you still get a no photos error this may mean that your computer may not meet the minimum system requirements. System Requirements: At least a Pentium III 300Mhz, AMD Athlon 300Mhz or a Celeron 400MHz or higher as well as at least 128 MB ram. Please note that the older AMD K6 processors will not work. More information about determining your computers specifications can be found in the General Computer Information section. If you have determined that your computer meets the minimum system requirements and that you do have pictures in your camera, follow the steps below to reinstall the software. Software Re-installation 1. First install the software. Click on Start, Settings, Control Panel and Add/Remove programs. There is one programs you will need to remove PhoTags Express. After removing, restart your computer. If your camera is connected, disconnect it. 2. Now reinstall the software. Insert the CD that came with your camera. It should automatically run the installation. 3. 4. 5. Restart the computer. Once your computer is back up, plug the camera into your computers USB port. Right-click on the My Computer icon. Select properties.

If you are running XP: click on hardware and then Device Manager. If the camera is installed correctly, there will be a category listed for Imaging Devices and clicking on the + next to it should reveal your camera. If not, you will likely see Digital Still Camera under Other Device with a brightly colored marking next to it indicating it is not functioning correctly. If you are running Windows XP: Right click on the non functioning device and select uninstall. If a warning pops up, press OK. 6. Restart your computer again. Your camera is now successfully installed.
Q: How do I make sure I don't lose important pictures? In order to use your camera properly you will need to insert a SD card of up to 8GB. All your images will be stored on this card. It is recommended to download the images from the card as often as possible, so as to free up space on the card. This also is a backup if your card gets lost or damaged. The test photos are saved in limited SDRAM, which requires a constant electric current to store your photos. Should your camera lose power (for instance if the battery dies or run out of power) the test pictures will be lost. We recommend always downloading your photos to your computer as soon as possible to prevent unintentional data loss.
Q: If I have a MAC, will the device work?
The device will work as a removable disc on MAC OS 9 and above. And images can be accessed manually. A00-090303

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Vivitar ViviCam 8025 - Digital camera - compact - 8.1 Mpix - supported memory: SD, SDHC - pink
Capture a childs radiating smile or a luscious landscape with the Vivitar V8025 Digital Camera. Not only will your pictures come out beautifully crisp and clear, but with this camera youll also have the option of bringing your subject up-close thanks to 8x digital zoom. The 8.1-megapixel sensor of the Vivitar V8025 Digital Camera allows you to enlarge images without any distortion. With the 2.4-inch touch screen, youll also be able to preview every shot before transferring them to your computer. Insert an SD memory card into the appropriate slot for an endless amount of memory (does not include SD card). No matter where you go, the Vivitar V8025 Digital Camera is the shooting companion you want by your side. Low Price - Click Now!

 

Technical specifications

General
Product TypeDigital camera - compact
Width3.6 in
Depth0.7 in
Height2.3 in
Weight3.5 oz
Enclosure ColorSilver
Main Features
Resolution8.1 Megapixel
Color SupportColor
Effective Sensor Resolution8,100,000 pixels
Light SensitivityISO 100, ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO auto
Digital Zoom8 x
Shooting ModesFrame movie mode
Shooting ProgramsPortrait mode, party/indoor, night portrait, scenery, night scene, sports mode, beach, high sensitivity
Max Shutter Speed1/2000 sec
Min Shutter Speed2 sec
Exposure ModesProgram, automatic
Exposure Compensation±3 EV range, in 1 EV steps
White BalanceAutomatic, presets
White Balance PresetsFluorescent, cloudy, tungsten light, daylight
Digital Video FormatAVI
Still Image FormatJPEG
Video CaptureAVI - 640 x 480 - 30 fps AVI - 320 x 240 - 30 fps
Memory / Storage
Supported Flash MemorySD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card
Integrated Memory16 MB
Image StorageJPEG 3264 x 2448 JPEG 2592 x 1944 JPEG 2048 x 1536 JPEG 640 x 480
Camera Flash
Camera FlashBuilt-in flash
Flash ModesFill-in mode, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction
Red Eye ReductionYes
Effective Flash Range3.3 ft - 6.6 ft
Lens System
TypeLens - 7.45 mm - f/3.0
Focal Length7.45 mm
Lens ApertureF/3.0
Additional Features
Self TimerYes
Self Timer Delay10 sec, 2 sec, 5 sec
Additional FeaturesUSB 2.0 compatibility, touch-screen control, PictBridge support, digital image stabilization, face detection, Smile Detection technology
Display
TypeLCD display - TFT active matrix - 2.4" - color
Display Form FactorBuilt-in
Connections
Connector Type1 x USB
Expansion Slot(s)1 x SD Memory Card
Software
SoftwareDrivers & Utilities
System Requirements for PC Connection
Operating System SupportMS Windows XP, MS Windows 2000, Apple Mac OS 9.0 or later, MS Windows Vista
Battery
Supported Battery Details1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandVivitar
Part NumbersV8025, V8025S
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