30th Jun 2012 07:01pm
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My little Brother has a Fisher-Price Kid Tough V2751/V2752 Camera, which is basically a small digital camera designed for kids. It's bulky, but perfect for children - with kid friendly buttons too. The resolution of the images that the camera takes are 640*480 and saved as JPG files, so can be edited on a computer with any image editing software. The camera has a built-in storage capacity of 128MB - enough for approximately 1,080 pictures, which is more than enough for any child!

Fisher-Price Kid Tough V2751/V2752 CameraNow to transfer images to your computer from the camera does require you to have the Fisher-Price Kid Tough V2751/V2752 Camera Drivers, which - considering the product was discontinued last year (2011) are a bit of a bugger to find, as my little Brother wanted me to put the pictures on his camera onto his laptop. So - as anyone would do, I headed to Google and searched for the drivers, only to be presented with loads of results that are full of people asking for them and not getting much success with it. Sooo I am happy to announce that I have a copy of the digital studio software, which contains the drivers which I have uploaded to dalehay.me and are available for you to download (free of charge obviously!).

Once you have installed the software, you will need to use a USB cable (not sure if they supply you with one when you purchase the product). To connect it, first open the battery flap on the bottom of the camera then you will see a small USB slot, simply plug the USB cable into that, then into your computer and hey presto, you should find a new drive open when you click on "My Computer" (or Start -> My Computer). Go into this new drive (might be E: depending on what hardware you already have installed/connected) and your images will be located in a folder titled either 100IMAGE, DCIM or DSC_FATDISK.

System Requirements
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (Does *NOT* work on Mac)
Hard Drive Space: 150MB (Available)
USB Port: 1.1 (or higher - most older/cheaper laptops are all 2.0)

» Download Fisher-Price Kid Tough V2751/V2752 Camera Drivers and Digital Studio (105.7MB)

Note: This software is property of Fisher-Price, which is a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc. No harm is intended by myself ("Dale Hay") hosting and distributing this application on my own website free of charge (as is the application when available from Mattel's website). For DMCA takedown request, please contact me.

 

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30th Jun 2012 20:08

hello dale hay good website
By rj


30th Jun 2012 20:11

Hey RJ, thank you bro!
By Dale Hay


30th Jun 2012 20:17

thats alls right bro
By rj


2nd Jul 2012 11:43

are you sure is NOT working with mac os x?
I've seen on several website that is seen as external disk from Mac OS (10.4 or above)
By matteo


2nd Jul 2012 14:45

Hey matteo,

I haven't tried this on a Mac as I'm just fully 100% PC, but as far as I know this only works on PC's. If someone on a Mac wishes to test it and see if it works, then I don't mind updating the system requirements. :)
By Dale Hay


25th Jul 2012 20:10

Error reading setup initialization file
By Michelle


22nd Mar 2013 21:20

What size batteries go in this? we lost the battery pack that goes in this and im trying to find replacement
By marcie


13th Dec 2015 18:36

Thanks to you !
By Goldored


23rd Dec 2015 20:53

Hi can you please tell me what battery is needed for this camera and where I can get one from
Thank you
By Diane Hulme


28th Feb 2016 22:45

Michelle
Please redownload the drivers file, right-click it and choose "Run As Administrator" - this will stop any installation problems.

marcie
I've hunted through many boxes to try and find the camera again, and our camera uses normal AA batteries.

Goldored
Happy to help! :)

Diane Hulme
The batteries that this camera use are the normal AA batteries, as for where you can get one of these cameras from, I'd say - as most places no longer sell them - have a look on either eBay, Craigslist or Gumtree.
By Dale Hay


1st Sep 2016 08:45

Awesome, my daughter loves her camera and now we can upload her holiday snaps...
By jaguargod2000


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