Vivicam 35 is a digital camera from Vivitar Corp. The Vivicam 35 digital camera is very inexpensive, easy to use, and compact. It can be used for amateur, recreational photography, but does not enable professional photography. The V35 can be used to capture digital images and short video-clips (continuous shooting mode). It can also serve as a PC/Web camera. The V35 is equipped with 8 MB of memory to store images and movie clips. The Vivicam 35 digicam enables the selection the photo size and resolution, and also allows the deletion of photographs. The images and movie clips can be downloaded to a computer using the USB cable and included software. The computer used for downloading the images from the V35 must have the following minimum requirements: Windows Me/2000/XP, Direct X 8.0 (or higher), 128 MB RAM, 60 MB hard disk space available, available USB port, and a CD-ROM drive. Besides the Vivicam 35 digicam, Vivitar also manufactures high-end cameras, such as the Vivicam X30, Vivicam X60 (10 Megapixel), the Vivicam 8300s (8 Megapixel), and so on. Vivitar designs, develops, and markets photographic, optical, electronic, and digital imaging products through company offices in the United States, France, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. Vivitar is headquartered in Oxnard, California. Founded in Hollywood, California, in 1938 by two German immigrants, Max Ponder and John Best, the company has grown from a regional distributor of photographic products to an international imaging technology company. Originally known as Ponder and Best, the company became Vivitar in 1979.