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If you’ve been looking to buy your child a digital camera for Christmas or as a birthday present, or simply to get them started in the world of photography, then you’d be forgiven for thinking a kids digital camera would be a good idea. Here we’ll have a look at whats on offer, and offer some helpful advise along the way.

Continue reading… [Continue Reading…] (and others) are selling the new Hello Kitty Face Digital Camera – it features a 5 megapixel sensor, LED flash (ouch!), 2″ screen, AAA batteries, VGA video with sound, SD card slot, 64MB built in meow-mory, 4x digital zoom and no optical zoom.

“The most photogenic digital camera from Hello Kitty has arrived. High resolution 5 Megapixels for photos, video and even an audio mode. It also comes with an exclusive Hello Kitty case for storing your camera. 2 inch LCD Screena nd comes with 64Mb internal memory upgradeable by SD Card.”

Casio Exilim Z90 Hello Kitty Edition (via Engadget) has details of the new Hello Kitty version of the Casio Exilim Z90, the compact camera features a 12mp sensor, 3x optical zoom (35mm-105mm), 2.7″ screen, 720p video at 24fps, and ISO1600. The normal Casio Exilim Z90 is available in numerous colours: gold, silver, pink, light pink, blue and black for £149.

“Jebsen Korea, an official dealer of Casio, launched its limited edition digital camera ‘Hello Kitty Casio (model: EX-Z90)’ in Korea market. Compact enough to fit in the palm of a hand, the Hello Kitty Casio digital camera comes in two different pink colors that appeal to sophisticated women, and is designed to feel like a fashion accessory.”

Hello Kitty Digital CameraEngadget have details of the new Hello Kitty Digital Camera, a 4 megapixel camera, with no optical zoom, and a 1.5″ screen, made by Fujfilm, it looks almost identical to the Fujifilm Digital Q1, which I reviewed here. More details on DreamKitty .

The camera promises your happiest photo taking ever: “Check out this new Hello Kitty digital camera by Fujifilm. Taking a picture will never be happier.”