By Andrew Liszewski
From what I can tell the fact that this digital camera is only 5mm thick (0.19685 inches) making it just slightly bigger than a credit card is the only thing it really has going for it.
The whopping 0.3 megapixel sensor is almost useless but at least you can store 26 of those ‘hi-res’ photos (1280×960) on the camera’s built-in 8MB of memory. (Sorry, no SD card support here.) It does record standard res video though which the sensor is at least big enough for but you’re only looking at capturing about 40 seconds of that birthday party before you’re out of space. But if for some reason you’re still interested in this you might be be glad to know it also has a 10 second self-timer, shutter speeds from 1/6 – 1/5000s, an auto-power off setting and is USB compatible.
Even at the relatively low price of $40.62 though I don’t think it’s really worth it given that the average cameraphone is capable of quite a bit more these days.