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Chobi Cam Classic Digital Camera

Chobi Cam Classic Digital Camera - JTT has announced a new Chobi Cam Classic digital camera with wide angle, fish eye, and telephoto lenses.

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 JTT Chobi Cam Classic Black or White

JTT has just announced their latest addition to the "Toy Camera" digital camera market, the new Chobi Cam Classic, available in classic silver and black, or classic white and brown, the camera accepts additional lenses, including a fisheye, 0.5x wide-angle, and 2.0x telephoto lenses.

The camera costs 11,800 Yen, which is £89 GBP at current exchange rates. The camera features leather style grip, and is ultra compact, weighing just 14 grams. 

The additional lenses attach magnetically, and the camera is capable of recording 1280x960 videos at 30fps. Further features include a 12mm thick body, lithium ion battery built in, USB charging, MicroSD / MicroSDHC support, and 3Mp shots. Although they do offer this notice for potential purchasers: 

"CHOBi CAM Classic is an easy camera for taking photos and video that is characteristic of artistic taste. If you are looking for high performance and high resolution cameras please refrain from purchasing." (via Google translate)

 

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cameracat 10 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
29 Mar 2011 9:19PM

Quote: please refrain from purchasing

That is not only honest, Its darn good advice when you take into account what you can buy for the better part of 100 quid....Grin

The only question that remains is " Why " ...???

I can imagine there might be a market for a digital pin hole camera for around 25 quid.....Smile

So do we really need any more " Chinese/Japanese Junk " ...Wink

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User_Removed 4 299 4 France
31 Mar 2011 3:03PM
is it april 1st sometime soon!!!!

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