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Spy Gear

Snake Camera - The World

Misumi claim that their new spy camera is the smallest camera ever. The company have been making spy-cameras for years, and now they come out with the Snake Camera. Measuring at just 4.4mm in diameter and 15mm in length, it can record 320×240 pixel QVGA video in color and includes an LED light for filming in dark places.

Link via The Digital Camera Blog

Spy Sunglasses With Digital Camera

by Johan on May 29, 2007

Spy Sunglasses With Digital Camera

Spycatcher has rolled out an innovative pair of sunglasses supported with a digital camera on the side. The camera attached to the sunglass can be triggered with an included remote control. Using this device, you can also download pictures to a computer via a USB connection. In addition, these sunglasses are also impact-resistant and have UV protection. get it for $88.

OhGizmo via Digital Cameras

Can-Shaped 35MM Camera

by Johan on March 6, 2007

Can-Shaped 35MM Camera

The Can-Shaped 35MM camera is perfect for under cover operations. The camera looks just like an ordinary cola can but it features a pop-up viewfinder with shutter lock, auto-focus feature, and a built-in flash. In addition, the spy gadget requires one AA battery. It retails for just $18.00.

Via ChipChick

Digital Spy Camera Pen

by Johan on February 20, 2007

Digital Spy Camera Pen

The Digital Spy Camera Pen is a compact camera that fits in your pocket. It can take images and stores them on its built-in 2MB memory. The device also has a voice function which lets you know how many images have been taken and when the power is on or off. The Digital Spy Camera Pen transfers images to your PC using serial cable data (RS-232) which is also included in the product package. Buy it now at Gadget Universe for $59.95.

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Unique Spy Cameras

by Johan on October 23, 2006

Unique Spy Cameras

If you want to be like James Bond, taking shots of your bloggers co-workers slacking off in a covert manner to show your boss why you deserve a promotion instead of them. You might need these cameras. Don’t expect the quality of commercial digital cameras with all the bells and whistles such as flash and a high megapixel count. You might get VGA-quality photos as found on entry-level cellphones. There is no word on pricing and availability at the moment. More pictures after the jump!

UberGizmo and Spluch via DigitalCameras@TechFresh.

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