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    Question Fisher Price Kids Camera help

    Anyone got one of these?? DD got one for Christmas and we have just put a memory card in it. DH has lost the instruction book and was wondering how you change to settings for "better" pictures.

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    We've got one of those too, and I honestly don't think you can change the settings. I'd be happy to hear differently though, so if someone knows, please share! I'm also pretty disappointed with the fact that the camera takes a few seconds to take a picture - you press the button, it beeps, the picture freezes, wait, then it beeps again and THEN it takes the picture! My kids can not get the hang of it, and we have MANY pictures of the floor!
    But, all that aside, they still have a GREAT time playing with their very own, real camera.

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    is there a website that could give you the instructions? maybe google it and see what you can find! sorry i cant help!

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    I know what you mean about it taking a few seconds to take the photo. DD is having a hard time understanding that she can't move it right away after clicking the button.

    I don't think you can change the settings either unfortunatly..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krystal Ball View Post
    is there a website that could give you the instructions? maybe google it and see what you can find! sorry i cant help!
    Thanks for the great idea !!! Found it at fisher price and it told me how to do it!! And it works

    Your camera comes set up to take normal quality pictures (standard resolution). If you?d like to take higher quality pictures (high resolution), follow these steps.
    Press the image back and image forward at the same time and hold
    Press the shutter release button You?ll hear a tone.
    The high resolution icon appears on the LCD screen .
    You are ready to take pictures in high resolution.
    To change back to standard resolution, repeat this procedure.
    Note: When you change batteries, the resolution resets to standard.
    ? When reviewing pictures, images taken in high resolution will have
    the high resolution icon shown on the LCD screen.
    Note: High resolution images use up more memory.

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    Oh lovely! Thanks so much!

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