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myFirst Camera 3 Hands-on Review

Thee latest edition of the MyFirst Camera 3 for kids features a 16-megapixel selfie camera, LED flash and a new 16MP main camera.

Oaxis are back with the latest edition of their myFirst Camera for kids. The updated version features a 16-megapixel selfie camera, LED flash and a new 16MP main camera. The camera also allows shooting videos and supports up to 32GB micro-SD.

Highlights

  • 16MP Camera
  • Photo resolution: 4608 x 3456
  • Video resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Photo templates available
  • Storage: Memory card up to 32GB
  • Battery Capacity: 1000mAh

Specifications

Camera weight80g 
Storage

Memory card up to 32GB
Battery capacity1000mAh
Display2-inch Color IPS screen 
Photo resolution5M/12M/16M
Video resolution1920 x 1080
MaterialABS plastic, silicone 

Packaging

The myFirst Camera 3 comes in a simple white cardboard box. The packaging includes:

  • myFirst Camera 3
  • Adjustable Neck Band
  • Shockproof Case
  • Designated Pouch
  • Decorative Stickers
  • Micro USB Charging Cable
  • Mobile Phone Adapter (Type B & Type C)
  • 1GB MicroSD Card
  • User Manual

Design

Th myFirst Camera 3 has a sturdy chassis and is available in pink or blue. The body is built using a mix of plastic and silicone. It is lightweight and portable at just 82g. There is no water protection but it does come with a shockproof case made of high tensile strength polymers which resist drops, knocks, and bumps. The camera has a total of seven buttons which may be a too many for children.

MyFirst Camera 3 Hands-on Review

Quality & Performance

Although the myFirst Camera 3 features 16MP cameras, the quality is similar to budget smartphones. Photos and video are slightly noisy and there isn’t any sort of stabilization. But considering this is made for kids, it isn’t much of a problem as there are quite a few preloaded effects and frames that should keep them interested.

In terms of battery life, the camera packs a 1000mAh battery and should last several hours to a full day based on usage.

Verdict

While the camera works as a good educational gadget for kids and keeps them entertained, it can be a bit expensive at almost $100. With that said, this is a great little camera and the shockproof case resist drops, knocks, and bumps.

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MyFirst Camera 3

While the camera works as a good educational gadget for kids and keeps them entertained, it can be a bit expensive at almost $100. With that said, this is a great little camera and the shockproof case resist drops, knocks, and bumps.

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