December 13, 2008
Carabiner Camera — Episode 2: Simpler, cheaper and easier to control
Prolly 'cause it's intended for children (read TechnoDolts™, for whom the big-time iteration featured here this past Wednesday is way too complicated).
Bean Sprout Carabiner Camera
Camera fun for your little one
Help your little adventurer capture memories everywhere with the Bean Sprout Carabiner Camera.
The perfect size for younger fun lovers, this carabiner is the perfect way to introduce digital camera technology.
Plus, with the clip-on design, it's easier for your kids to keep up with.
• LCD display [not viewfinder screen] so you can read photo count status and see the settings
• Camera automatically goes into Sleep Mode after 30 seconds of inactivity to extend battery life
• Self-timer mode automatically takes a picture after 10 seconds so you can be in the photo too
• Continuous mode lets you continuously capture images for up to 3 pictures
• USB port makes it easy to connect your camera to your computer
• Clip-on design makes it easier for kids not to lose the camera
What's in the box:
• Bean Sprout Carabiner Camera
• User's guide
• USB cable
• A/V cable
December 13, 2008 at 09:01 AM | Permalink
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Hmmm... size and simplicity are nice... this one is only 0.3MP. seems like they cheaped out on the sensor a bit. i understand it's for kids, but still...
Posted by: bnug | Dec 14, 2008 8:41:53 AM
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