The Vivitar T028 12.1MP Digital Camera is the perfect companion for anyone who needs an easy-to-use lightweight camera without sacrificing HD quality.
Selfies and portraits.
The 180 degree swivel screen is great for taking self-portraits with the family.
Crystal clear photos.
Featuring a 4X Digital Zoom and Anti-Shake mechanism; zoom in to compose your perfect shot and let the camera do the rest!
Main Camera Modes
Your camera has different modes for the various camera functions. You can switch modes by pressing the MODE button on your camera after the camera has been powered ON.
Photo Capture Mode
Use this mode to capture pictures with your camera. This is the default mode when the camera is powered ON. To take a picture, aim your camera as desired and press the Shutter button. The picture will be automatically saved to your camera?s memory card. To access the various menus for the Photo Capture mode, press the SET button while in the Photo Capture mode.
Video Capture Mode
Use this mode to capture videos with your digital camera. After turning on your camera, press the MODE button once to open the Video Capture mode. To take a video, aim your camera as desired and press the Shutter button to start the record. A red record indicator will appear on the LCD screen while record is in progress. To stop the record, press the Shutter button again. The video will be automatically saved to your camera?s memory card. To access the various menus for the Video Capture mode, press the SET button while in the Video Capture mode.
Playback Mode (Photos & Videos)
Use this mode to view and manage the photos and videos on your camera. After turning on your camera, press the MODE button twice to open the Playback mode for photos and videos. You can scroll through the photos and videos that you?ve previously taken to view, edit or delete them as desired. To access the various menus for the Playback mode for photos and videos, press the SET button while in the Playback mode.
Camera Technical Specifications
Image Sensor: CMOS 5 Megapixel
Image Resolution: 4000 x 3000 (12M) / 3648 x 2736 (10M) / 3264 x 2448 (8M) / 3648 x 2048 (7M HD) / 2592 x1944 (5M) / 2048 x 1536 (3M) / 1920 x 1080 (2M HD) / 640 x 480 (VGA)
Video Resolution: 640X480 pixels VGA (30 fps) / 320X240 pixels QVGA (30 fps)
File Format: JPEG (Photo) /AVI (Video)
Internal Memory: 1 Test Photo Use Only
External Memory: SD Card (up to 32GB)
LCD Display: 2.4 Inch TFT
Lens: f=7 mm F3.0
Zoom: 4X Digital Zoom
Exposure: -3.0EV ~ +3.0EV
White Balance: Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent , Incandescent
ISO: Auto / 100 / 200 / 400
Scene: Auto, Night Portrait, Night Scenery, Portrait, Scenery, Beach, High Sensitivity
Flash: No Flash, Forced On, Auto Flash, Red Eye Reduction
Self-Timer: 2, 5 or 10 second delay
Anti-Shake: Yes (Photo Capture Mode)
Face Detect: Yes
Print Photos: Yes
Macro: Yes, Manual Switch
Interface: USB 2.0
System Requirements: Windows XP (SP 3), Vista (SP1) and 7 | Mac OSX v10.5.x and above
Battery: 2 * AA (1.5V) batteries Working Temperature 0~40?C
Computer System Requirements
To be able to download photos and videos to your PC using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager Software, you will need the following minimum configuration:
Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 3, Windows Vista with Service Pack 1 or Windows 7
Pentium 4 processor (or above)
512 MB of RAM, with 250 MB of free hard disk space
16-bit Color monitor, 1024 X 768 recommended screen resolution
QuickTime 6 or higher
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or higher
Windows Media Player 10 or higher
DirectX 9 or higher Internet connection required
To be able to download photos and videos to your Macintosh using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager Software, you will need the following minimum configuration:
Intel processor running Mac OS X v10.5.x or later
256 MB RAM
250 MB free hard disk space
Display: 1024 x 768 or higher-resolution monitor
QuickTime 6 or higher
Internet connection required
There are several Flash options available on your camera. The options appear on the Photo Capture Mode LCD screen in sequence.
To change the Flash mode, press the UP Quick Function button until you arrive at your desired settings.
Important: When using Flash, stand between 8 to 10 feet away from the scene you would like to capture.
Note: The MACRO mode must be turned OFF when you want to use the Flash. To turn off MACRO mode: Slide the MACRO Switch down to the mountain icon . When MACRO is OFF, the mountain icon appears on the LCD display.
Forced Off (Default): No flash will appear. Use this when you do not want to activate Flash. NOTE: A "Turn On Flash" message appears when the camera detects a need for flash. When this message appears, it is recommended to press the Flash/Up button and select one of the flash options: Auto Flash, Forced On or Red-Eye Reduction.
Auto Flash: When you want the camera to determine if Flash is needed, select Auto Flash. The flash will automatically turn on according to the lighting conditions. When the LED light stops blinking, the Flash is ready for use. Note: In some cameras, an initial flash appears to test your lighting conditions. If flash is needed, a second flash will appear upon taking the photo.
Forced On: The flash is enabled for each photo. Note: If you use this option in a well lit environment, your photo may be appear too bright/light (overexposed).
Red Eye Reduction: Eliminates the red-eye effect in a photo caused by flash.