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This article was published on November 26, 2011


    This super mini USB camera shoots surprisingly decent photos and video

    This super mini USB camera shoots surprisingly decent photos and video
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    When it comes to cameras, it’s not the size that counts, apparently. These Clap Mini USB Cameras shoot photos and video, and are so small that you might lose them. Until you see the price, then you might find a way to keep tabs on one.

    They come in three different colors; red, blue, and black, and have a price tag of $64.00. They’re pretty ‘James Bond’ in how small they are.


    According to the video below, these Clap cameras take pretty decent photos and video:

    The USB camera is about palm-sized and is made in Japan. You can even insert a MicroSD card for extra storage. Pretty handy!

    Clap Mini USB Camera

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