Tokina Pieni M Digital Camera
Ultra small, yet functional, the Tokina Pieni M is touted as a toy camera, but one that actually works. This might actually be the world’s smallest functional digital camera, complete with a 0.96″ LCD screen.

At just 23g, it measures a svelte 2.5″ x 1.4″ x 0.7″ and compatible with 128MB-32GB microSD cards. The camera boasts a 1/9-inch CMOS sensor that can shoot 1280 x 960 JPG photos and 30fps 1280 x 720 AVI videos. When you’re done with a day of shooting, simply recharge it via USB-C in a mere 60 minutes. Available now in Black and Blue colors, priced at around $49 USD.
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  • 【Cloud Storage & Local Storage】The battery camera allows financial encryption,you’ll never miss out on a moment with remote playback video on the encrypted Cloud service wherever you are.When your device and memory card are lost, cloud storage safely protects your data from being lost, and you can view the recorded files at any time.
  • 【Easy To Use 】Easily follow the 3 steps of WI-FI configuration and simple to use the camera for users, Please follow the instructions and you can make the camera start to work within 3 minutes,and camera no voice.
  • 【During Day And Night 】 This wireless Indoor Mini camera provides a quality video and image(Camera has no sound). Regarding night vision,this home security camera offers clear visibility at all times, day or night.

Tokina Pieni M Digital Camera
Tokina Pieni M Digital Camera
Tokina Pieni M Digital Camera
Tokina Pieni M Digital Camera
Tokina Pieni M Digital Camera

It features a tasteful image like a watercolor or oil painting. The depiction is not as clear as the latest cameras and smartphones, which is refreshing. It comes with a color filter, so you can play with colors by making it monochrome or applying orange, blue, and green filters throughout,” said the company.


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