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Disney is out with a new line of digital-image products for kids, including digital cameras, camcorders and a keychain picture locket. The devices have simple features and are priced to sell, but have limited capability, probably making them more appropriate for younger children than curious 11-year-olds.
rnThe smallest and cheapest in the line is the Disney Pix Micro (pictured). The $19.99 camera is 6.5 inches by 2.5 inches by 1 inch, comes with a limited-function LCD screen and holds 24 photos at CIF digital resolution (extremely low). The camera takes one AAA battery and comes with the Disney Pix editing software.
The Pix Click Digital Camera, which costs $79.99, is the most expensive and “sophisticated” digital camera in the line. It has 3 megapixels, a 1.5-inch LCD, a memory card slot, auto-flash and TV output for viewing slide shows. The camera comes in a variety of Disney themes, including “Cars”, “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “High School Musical” (shown here).