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Tiny DSLR-lookalike Digital Camera by Thanko

By Thanko 

Not many digital cameras attract as much attention at a party as this Tiny DSLR-replica by Thanko. This diminutive shooter takes both videos and photos, storing them on a micro SD card. It even has a tiny LED light that detects darkness and flashes automatically, a motion detection function (it starts taking about two minutes of video by detecting body movement) and can be charged via USB: all-in-all pretty impressive for a bite size camera!

With only two buttons (one for taking photographs, one for videos) it’s fairly easy to use for beginners and children. Since it only weighs 17g the camera can be worn on a strap around the neck, where it can look cute when not used for snapping pictures and making videos.

Specifications:
Size: 28 x 38 × 33(mm)
Weight: 17g
Supported OS: Windows 8/7 / Vista / XP
Power: Power from USB port
Interface: USB2.0
Accessories: Body, USB cable, strap, pouch
Compatible memory card: MicroSDHC card (~ 32GB)
Conservation form: Video (AVI)
Still Image: JPEG
Save resolution Video: 1280 × 720,1 mega pixel
Still image: 2560 × 1920
Frame rate: 30fps
Lens Viewing Angle: 120°
Mike: Built-in
Strobe LED Light: Automatic lighting
Shooting data capacity: About 75MB in one minute: Videos about 1MB with one piece: still image
Package Size: 135 (mm) x 90 × 36
Weight (including packaging): 67g
Warranty period: 6 months

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Contributed by Rene

Rene is a writer and trend researcher. Born to Japanese parents in Vienna, Austria, she studied fashion and industrial design in Vienna, working as a make-up assistant (where she learnt to decode the complex world of primers, foundations and powders) and briefly as a stylist. After a year under the scorching sun in rural Thailand, Rene finally arrived in Tokyo and spent seven years writing for design magazines and researching trends in youth culture and design. She is White Rabbit's expert on Japanese beauty goods, fashion, and design products.

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