Interchangeable 60x and 120x Eyepiece lenses 3x Finder Scope to locate objects faster Lightweight and durable construction Full sized adjustable tripod Mirrored...... more
Interchangeable 60x and 120x Eyepiece lenses 3x Finder Scope to locate objects faster Lightweight and durable construction Full sized adjustable tripod Mirrored diagonal eyepiece for easy viewing Quick Screw-Type assembly Great for Star Tracking or viewing wildlife
Advantages: Cheap, simple, just enough features to be worth having, results aren't that awful Disadvantages: No optical zoom, can be slow, colour balance a bit odd, no backup battery
The Vivitar Vivicam 3715 is another of the cameras that came in my job lot of mixed models. After having had poor experiences with Vivitar in the past I can't say I'd have been all that likely to have bought this camera by itself, but having used it for a while I had to admit - albeit rather grudgingly - that it is not quite the disaster area I feared it might be. Expected it...
Advantages: Good for pictures Disadvantages: The poor battery life
...This review is for the Vivitar Vivicam X325 digital camera.
Setup is extremely easy for this camera; you first have to make sure you put in the batteries they include which are just cheap everyday value batteries inside the camera. You then have to make sure you have got the disc loaded onto the computer; the reason for this is because without the software loaded on it becomes...
Advantages: Good quality photos Disadvantages: Short battery life
...The 3930 is a great little camera for those people who do not require expert photos. The camera is 5.25 mega pixels and has a 3x optical zoom. The picture quality is great for the price but any movement from photographed object can result in a slight blur as the shutter speed is a bit slow. There is a sports mode on the camera to get moving objects but you can not use the flash at the same...