Looking to do some espionage? Or perhaps you want a camera that can fit into your pocket without creating unnecessary bulge, or perhaps you’re just looking for a novelty item. Either way, Powershovel’s CLAP digital camera could be what you’re looking for.
Measuring in at 1.4-inches x 2.8-inches x 0.59-inches, it weighs only 24g and it has a very minimalist look, which means it could pass off as being rather discreet. The CLAP camera is reported to feature a 2MP F2.8 (3.2mm) lens and can shoot images at 1280 x 1024 resolution (which is usually more than enough for regular use) while saving them as JPEG files. It is also said to be able to record videos at 720 x 480 resolution which will then be saved as AVI files.
It also comes with a USB 2.0 connector which can be used to transfer files as well as to charge the camera’s Li-ion battery, as well as a microSD card slot which supports up to 16GB. The camera is available at Amazon’s website and is listed for $49.95 and you will be able to choose from six different colors.
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