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Vivitar ViviCam 5022 - Quick Review

The Vivitar ViviCam 5022 is a great, basic fixed focus Vivitar camera with a 1.5" screen,a 7.23mm fixed lens with 8x digital zoom and 5.1MP. It's ideal for those who'd like a camera with simple operation.

It has a easy to use control layout and has a macro/landscape switch on one side and can record movies. The menus are different compared to the ViviCam 5188, with a scrolling overlay type menu and no interpolated resolutions ISO or WB settings available, though digital IS is offered (antishake).

What impressed me the most is that Vivitar ViviCam 5022 could take OK night and daytime photos-the camera's f7.23 fixed lens took in a good amount of light despite having no ISO or WB settings available.

Takes upto 32GB SDHC cards and has a standard mini-USB cable included.

Vivitar includes their Experience Image Manager software for importing,editing and sharing (very easy to upload to Flickr and Facebook) and as the camera mounts as a removable mass storage device, you can drag and drop photos from the camera's card.

Cost me $29 at Target Australia-RRP should be under $US50.

A.A.
Sat, 30 Apr 2011 09:52:27 +0000

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