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Learn About The 2x 5-Megapixel Cameras On Your TickTalk

Learn About The 2x 5-Megapixel Cameras On Your TickTalk

When developing the TickTalk 4, we wanted to be sure to offer our highest photo user experience yet. We received feedback from our TickTalk 3 users that while they loved having a camera that was great for selfies and video calling, they also wanted one that was just as useful for capturing photos. So we decided to add not one, but two, higher resolution photo and video cameras. So how does it work?

Upgraded From Single 2-Megapixel Camera to Dual 5-Megapixel Cameras

We designed the TickTalk 4 to include two separate photo and video cameras--one for selfies and one for photos--all while maintaining our child-friendly design. To give your child the best photo experience yet with TickTalk, we included two cell phone level cameras, 5-megapixels, instead of a singular lower resolution camera.

Capture Photos & Videos On The Selfie & Snapshot Cameras

With two separate cameras, your child can choose to use our Selfie or Snapshot cameras to capture photos and videos. Use our Selfie Camera to take photos, videos, or video call with your approved contact list or choose the Snapshot camera to capture photos and videos of the world around them!

Share Photos In Our Secure Messaging Center

Anyone who wants to message with your TickTalk must download our free TickTalk app to access our Secure Messaging Center. Your child can easily share photos they’ve taken on their TickTalk in individual and group chats to keep loved ones close.

Save Videos To Your T-Cloud

While we do not currently have the ability to share videos in the Secure Messaging Center due to size, you can save your videos in your T-Cloud to easily backup or transfer to your next TickTalk.

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