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1997 - 5th generation system
The Tomy KISS-Site is a digital camera and video recorder toy released by Tomy, a Japanese toy manufacturer, in the late 90s. The camera was designed to be used by children and featured a simple interface and chunky buttons, making it easy for kids to use. The camera allowed kids to take photos and videos and store them on a removable memory card. The camera had a built-in LCD screen that allowed kids to preview their photos and videos, and also had basic editing features such as the ability to add text or clipart to photos. The camera also had a built-in microphone which allowed kids to record audio with their videos. The KISS-Site camera was also designed to be connected to a television set, allowing kids to view their photos and videos on a bigger screen. The camera also had a built-in USB port which allowed the pictures and videos to be transferred to a computer for further editing and sharing. The camera was well-received by parents and educators for its ability to introduce children to the basics of photography and videography in a fun and easy-to-use way. It was also praised for its durability and low cost, making it an affordable option for parents. The Tomy KISS-Site camera is no longer in production and it is difficult to find now. It was a popular toy among children during its time, and it was a great way for kids to learn about photography and videography in a fun way. The Tomy KISS-Site was primarily a digital camera and video recorder, so it did not have any built-in games. However, it had some basic editing features that allowed kids to add text and clipart to their photos, and also had a built-in microphone which allowed kids to record audio with their videos. The camera also had a built-in USB port which allowed the pictures and videos to be transferred to a computer for further editing and sharing. The main purpose of the device was to take pictures and videos, it was not intended as a gaming device.