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World’s Smallest Camera

Updated on December 9, 2014

Smallest is unique. If you like a small stuff or items, there's a camera that has a tiny size as small as your fingertips. The camera is made only to fulfill your needs for small stuff. It was made by an American company called Hammacher Schlememr, the camera is really scaled-down and the size can be compared to the tip of your finger where you can use to take pictures and now it has become the world’s tiniest camera you can buy. The camera has 1-inch (or 2.5cm) long and has a weight of 1 ounce (or28 g). This specific mini-camera attached with a few outstanding features.

The camera can shoot 2 mega-pixel pictures and also can record a video. Because of its small size, the camera has no monitor for viewing the pictures you already take, only a USB connection and socket for putting micro-SD card. Outstanding as it looks, lots of people now bring more powerful camera that already attached to their smart phones. But if you really love some small stuff and unique thing, you will love this small camera. You can plug-in the camera directly into your PC or laptop with a USB cable connection and this camera actually can do all the things you usually do just like your regular-sized camera. This smallest digital camera in the world is available with a selling price around 99$.


This unbelievably tiny gadget is a total performance digital camera that can satisfy your need not only for anyone who loves the smallest stuff but also powerful as a camera who can take pictures. Within the tip of your little finger, it still takes interestingly accurate photographs. Because of the tiny size, you’ll probably think by using it as a spy gadget for covert missions. The camera operation is incredibly easy. You can simply push the button on the topside of the camera just like a regular camera. It is one button pushing technique that auto-focuses photographs took through an outstanding 1600×1200 image resolution. It’s even possible to record a video with 35 frames per second in 640 x 480 image resolutions. The pictures are usually saved as JPEGs along with the video as AVIs, both formats are saved onto a 2 GB MicroSD card that have been included along with the camera. The camera can support up to 32 GB card. Pictures that have been taken, along with video can be viewed as soon as the camera is connecting into a computer or laptop that has Windows 7, XP, or Vista using USB 2.0 cable connection. The rechargeable battery of this small camera can stand for 30 minutes operations after an one-hour charge by using USB.

According to general manager Hammacher Schlememr Fred Berns: "Although the World’s Smallest Camera is only slightly larger than a marble, it takes still images and records video just like much larger cameras". “It is a remarkable piece of kit and is expected to prove very popular with the public.”


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    • ryanjhoe profile image

      ryanjhoe 4 years ago from Somewhere over the rainbow

      Thank you for stopping by! The cost is around $199, with 2 mega pixels digital camera and video recorder functions, worth to buy!

    • alocsin profile image

      alocsin 4 years ago from Orange County, CA

      That is incredible. How much does it cost? Voting this Up and Useful.

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      ryanjhoe 4 years ago from Somewhere over the rainbow

      You're indeed right! And thank you for stopping by! :)

    • suziecat7 profile image

      suziecat7 4 years ago from Asheville, NC

      I guess this would come in handy if you were a spy or private investigator. Interesting Hub.

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      prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Wow...amazing. I can't imagine to take a picture with this camera. Thanks for writing and sharing with us. Voted up!