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New JOCO VX5 Retro Digital Camera Announced

New JOCO VX5 Retro Digital Camera Announced - JOCO has announced a new VX5 retro digital camera with optical viewfinder and built in flash.

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JOCO VX5 with box

Available from fourcornerstore, a new retro styles digital camera called the JOCO VX5, features a 12 megapixel CMOS sensor, 6 filter effects, optical viewfinder, built in flash, available for 150USD.

Key Features:
  • 12.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor
  • 4 x digital zoom
  • Built-in flash
  • Black corner effects (vignette)
  • Takes still pictures as well as videos.
  • Retro effect videos and it records sound as well~
  • Small, lightweight and easy to use!
  • Don’t have to develop your films anymore!
  • 2.4inch LCD screen to preview your pictures (live view)
  • With 7 effects 
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TTT 15 581 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2012 10:27AM
It looks a bit better than that Pentax thingy

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andart 15 500 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2012 11:35AM
digital Holga?.............do I need to spend another $150 to take bad pics?!?!Tongue
cameracat 13 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
5 Feb 2012 12:28PM

Quote:another $150 to take bad pics

LOL....Smile My thoughts also, But it does shame all the more expensive retrogalia by at least having an optical viewfinder, So why do so many camera manafacturers seem to think we no longer want optical viewfinders.....???

Gotta laugh at the name of this item, Looks like a typo for " Joke " .....Wink

Not sure they really thought about that thoroughly enough, That said with a plethora of rubbish already available, It begs the question " Why " do companies feel we need more " Landfill "...? ? ?

User_Removed 13 17.9k 8 Norway
5 Feb 2012 12:50PM

Quote:LOL....Smile My thoughts also


It may take lousy shots and be the equivalent of the plastic 127 Boots thing I was given decades ago, but I'd rather a seven-year-old had this than my Pentax. Looks a good camera for a youngster.

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