Disney rolling out digital camera line

By | 2006-09-07T09:43:06+00:00 September 7th, 2006|Categories: DAPs Magic News, Disney|0 Comments

The Walt Disney Co.'s consumer products division is rolling out a new line of digital cameras and camcorders aimed at teens and "tweens."

The Disney Pix cameras will have a variety of styles based on various Disney movies, including "High School Musical," "Cars" and "Pirates of the Caribbean."

The cameras will start at $19.99, and all include the Disney Pix software package, which will allow users to customize their photos with Disney characters, stamps, frames and more. A video editing version is also available.

Burbank's Disney (NYSE: DISNews) is producing the cameras with partner Digital Blue of Macon, Ga., which makes technological products, such as cameras, that emphasize education.

Published September 7, 2006 by Los Angeles Business from bizjournals

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