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'Size isn't everything, it's what you do with it that counts.' Rubbish, we
hear you whimper. Well, just to prove it, may we present the decidedly
diminutive L'espion Digital Camera. Tinier than Tom Thumb's telly, this
sleek little gizmo is so small you'd be forgiven for mistaking it for a
trendy car alarm blipper or even a hi-tech novelty matchbox.
In fact, unless
you're a clown, MC Hammer or a size 52 waist, describing L'espion (the spy)
as 'pocket-sized' would be a gross injustice. It really is that small!
What's more, it features a web cam and an ingenious short video clip function;
perfect for capturing those priceless moments when friends reluctantly
acknowledge defeat in that never-ending battle known as 'gadget
one-upmanship.' And think of the fun you'll have asking pals 'Where the coal
goes?' as you point at their prehistoric, digital brick-cams.
With its similarly minuscule price tag this chic pipsqueak obviously isn't
in the same league as some of the pixel-packing big boys, but who cares
about techno bells and whistles when you can video a workmate getting up to mischief and hide the evidence in a matchbox. On a more practical note, you can store 20 photos in high quality mode
(352x288 pixels), or an impressive 80 snaps in low-resolution mode
(176x144). Actually, L'espion-ist, this all adds up to a highly desirable,
incredibly affordable little wonder.
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