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Presenting the world's smallest camera

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The world’s smallest camera has been unveiled, and crikey it’s little.

It measures up at just an inch in height, and weighs a mere half an ounce. As you can see above, it can comfortably fit on the end of a regular-sized finger.

Yet despite its frankly ridiculous size, it actually performs.

It boasts two mega pixels, meaning you can take pictures of 1600 x 1200 resolution, with a tiny manual focus.

It can also capture video at 30 frames-per-second at 640 x 480 resolution, storing up to 32gb of information on a microSD card.

Luckily it comes complete with a wrist strap. Though chances are you’re going to lose this minutes after buying it.

You can get your own here.

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