The New York Times recently featured a story on Disney's digital camera Pix Max from Digital Blue . You don't see many kid cameras that resemble "adult" models - they are usually pink, yellow or a primary color-mix - this kid-camera comes with some grown up functions, a cute design and an editing package that only works on Windows.
Pictures taken with the Pix Max, which is available for $80, can be exported using the included cables. According to reports,  Disney and Digital Blue partnered last year to launch the American Idol Digital Camera and the American Idol Digital Camcorder, which were both successful in the market. For more about the camera,
All the Disney cameras include a free editing software, Disney Pix 2.0 (which apparently only works for Windows). The icon-based editing software is programmed so that each move by the editor is complemented with a sound effect, a user can add border frames, stamps, and characters including Aladdin or Johnny Depp. Sounds like fun unless you happen to be within earshot.