Exemode SQ30m mini digital camera

Exemode of Japan has rolled out a new mini digital camera under the guise of the SQ30m, where this model was manufactured in collaboration with Pokedigi and Camera folks. It is diminutive in size, no doubt about it, measuring a mere 53mm × 19mm × 23mm while tipping the scales at just 21 grams. Underneath the hood, you will find a 1.95-megapixel CMOS sensor (makes us wonder why can’t they just throw in a 2-megapixel shooter instead), capturing images in 1,280 x 1,200 resolution while storing all those visual stories in 64MB of internal memory. Of course, with the use of a microSD memory card, you can augment that capacity by another 2GB. Video recording capability is also possible, but at 320 x 240 resolution @ 8fps? Not our cup of tea. At least it comes with a quartet of filters for added effect, retailing for around 5985 Yen ($67). Get this if you want something fun and impromptu, making it a digital Lomo of sorts.

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