This pint-sized camera may look like a toy, but it's actually a LoFi Fisheye Digicam. The camera was designed by Greg Dash and is able to take full HD video and photos. The camera has a fish-eye lens and can capture video/photos in up to 12 megapixels. The LoFi Fisheye Digicam is delightfully low tech. There is no viewing screen and it has only two buttons, one which turns the camera on and off and one which switches from video to picture mode. The camera can record audio and there is also a time-lapse feature.
Dash is currently seeking funding for the LoFi Fisheye Digicam on Indiegogo. He hopes to raise around $46,000 by April 4th in order to bring his camera to the masses. While his design may be somewhat limited, it's an awesome option in terms of portability and uniqueness; plus, it can hang with the big boys in terms of pixel count and HD capabilities.
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