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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 14 - 2021

Barbie camera model

Barbie camera model



Barbie camera

Barbie camera



1.Barbie Camera
If you’re a fan of cameras, but don’t want to own one that looks like a camera, you have to check out these new merchandise from Barbie. Called the Fashion Photo Barbie, this camera is designed in the shape of a Barbie doll. So it’s basically a Barbie Doll with camera features. This camera is equipped with 5 MP resolution and a small LCD screen on the doll’s chest for a live view. And if your shots are bland, the camera is also equipped with 15 built-in effects to customize your results. This camera doesn’t come close to replacing your DSLR, or even an iPhone, but for a child that loves Barbies, this is a great addition to their toybox. Fashion Photo Barbie can save up to 100 images, and comes with a mini USB port for uploads and charging of batteries. If you’re planning on purchasing one, it’ll only cost you around 50 USD. Read the rest of this entry »

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