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Take it and use it anywhere

In the future you’ll be able to replay memories whenever you fancy via a screen grafted onto your mind’s eye. Until then you’ll have to make do with the amazing waterproof Kodak Mini Video Camera.

Barely bigger than a credit card, this supermodel slim 3x zoom camcorder lets you capture life’s greatest moments in vivid VGA 640x480 without having to stuff some chunky ‘is that a camera or are you just pleased to see me?’ style contraption in your pocket. You won’t even know it’s there. And don’t worry about storage because its 128MB onboard memory is expandable to 16GB via Micro SD card.

Kodak Mini Video Camera

The size of a credit card and available in three colours, it's the perfect pocket camera

Description

Upload instantly with the built in USB

Thanks to one-touch operation the Kodak is on the case in seconds: family shindigs, parties, holidays, pub crawls… you can even use this waterproof moment-snatcher in the pool. Rain and snow? Pah!

Despite its itty-bitty dimensions the Kodak features a 4.6cm LCD screen for instant playback on the fly. What’s more a flip-out USB arm lets you upload your movies to YouTube, Facebook and more. Needless to say, the accompanying software is totally idiot-proof so you can tweak to your heart’s content.

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Various on-screen icons indicate recording status allowing you to concentrate on capturing the action rather than checking settings – not that there’s much to adjust; this is one super-intuitive cam.

But what about power? Relax, an integrated Li-Polymer battery gives 85 minutes of juice from a single charge – far more than rival AA munchers. In fact the only thing Kodak has scrimped on is the price. Especially when you consider the features it’s packing. Indeed, bar getting up on a table and playing Bohemian Rhapsody on the spoons, there isn’t much the Kodak Mini can’t do. That’s a wrap.

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Product info

Description

Take it and use it anywhere

In the future you’ll be able to replay memories whenever you fancy via a screen grafted onto your mind’s eye. Until then you’ll have to make do with the amazing waterproof Kodak Mini Video Camera.

Barely bigger than a credit card, this supermodel slim 3x zoom camcorder lets you capture life’s greatest moments in vivid VGA 640x480 without having to stuff some chunky ‘is that a camera or are you just pleased to see me?’ style contraption in your pocket. You won’t even know it’s there. And don’t worry about storage because its 128MB onboard memory is expandable to 16GB via Micro SD card.

Kodak Mini Video Camera

The size of a credit card and available in three colours, it's the perfect pocket camera

Description

Upload instantly with the built in USB

Thanks to one-touch operation the Kodak is on the case in seconds: family shindigs, parties, holidays, pub crawls… you can even use this waterproof moment-snatcher in the pool. Rain and snow? Pah!

Despite its itty-bitty dimensions the Kodak features a 4.6cm LCD screen for instant playback on the fly. What’s more a flip-out USB arm lets you upload your movies to YouTube, Facebook and more. Needless to say, the accompanying software is totally idiot-proof so you can tweak to your heart’s content.

Description
Various on-screen icons indicate recording status allowing you to concentrate on capturing the action rather than checking settings – not that there’s much to adjust; this is one super-intuitive cam.

But what about power? Relax, an integrated Li-Polymer battery gives 85 minutes of juice from a single charge – far more than rival AA munchers. In fact the only thing Kodak has scrimped on is the price. Especially when you consider the features it’s packing. Indeed, bar getting up on a table and playing Bohemian Rhapsody on the spoons, there isn’t much the Kodak Mini can’t do. That’s a wrap.