The Sanwa 400 CAM-007 is Small Enough to be Swallowed

By: Michael Hines - Published: Dec 14, 2011 • References: & technabob
If you find modern cameras too big and bulky, then you'll love the Sanwa 400 CAM-007. The Sanwa 400 CAM-007 is a tiny digital camera capable of taking pictures (5.0 megapixels), recording video (1280×960 pixels at 30 fps) and fitting on a keychain.

This tiny camera stores photos on a MicoSD card and even features a voice recording function. The tiny camera is the latest in a recent onslaught of tiny cameras designed to be both cheaper and more portable than their bigger brothers. The Sanwa 400 CAM-007 is certainly more portable and it is definitely cheaper, coming in at around $38. While the loss of the digital display does hurt, there is something undeniably appealing about having a camera that is so small that it fits comfortably between your thumb and forefinger. Stats for Keychain Digital Cameras Trending: Older & Average
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