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Digital Harinezumi Camera: Version 1

(Out of Print)

SuperHeadz has done it again! Following the success of their Blackbird Cameras, they have just released their newest creation in their line of fun toy cameras, only this time its digital. The sleek, black Digital Harinezumi fits in the palm of your hand and packs a mighty wallop with its quirky, highly saturated stills and its ability to record 8mm film quality videos for up to two hours. Unlike your regular digital camera, SuperHeadz purposely removed the line-view function and replaced it with a viewfinder so you won't know exactly what you're taking a picture of. The surprise element is half the fun.

- Resolution: 2 MegaPixel CMOS Chip
- Recording resolution: still picture: 16001200 or 320240
- Video: 640 480
- Film sensitivity: 100/800
- Lens: Normal : about 1m to infinity
- Macro: about 10cm
- Exposure: Auto
- White Balance: Auto
- Self Timer: 10 sec.
- File Format: Still Picture: JPEG
- Video: AVI (25fps)
- Memory: Micro SD Card (Up to 2GB; Sold Separately)
- Size: 95.526.554.5mm
- Display: (Width) 3.3cm
- (Height) 2.5cm
- Body: (Length) about 9cm
- (Height) about 3cm
- (Width) about 3.5cm
- Weight: 85g (Body Only)
- Battery: CR21 (Sold Separately)

Now available: Version 2. It has everything Version 1 has but now you can record Super 8 style movies with sound.

Item Number: G619H

$170.00 | Members $153.00

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Product Information:
Publisher: PowerShovel, Ltd./SuperHeadz
Year: 2009



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