Tiny Cameras Equal Big Stocking Stuffer Fun

Tiny Cameras Equal Big Stocking Stuffer Fun

Joelle Alcaidinho
Dec 13, 2011

Being the photonerds that we are, we cannot help but love tiny cameras. With the holidays right around the corner, it's easy to combine the love of all things tiny camera with the need for unique and fun stocking stuffers and thus the idea for this post was born. Read on and take a gander at some of our favorite tiny cameras ranging in price from $28 - $185

7 Super Cute Tiny Cameras:

1) Photojojo Mini Model Camera: While you can't take any photos with this 1/6 scale model of an SLR, it does have 3 detachable lenses. Oh and did we mention it's crazy adorable? $28

2) Mega Micro Camera: The 2.0 Mega Micro Camera looks like a tiny DSRL but much much smaller. The allure for this camera is really its size as its 2 hour battery life and 2 megapixel resolution for pictures and 640 x 480 pixel video resolution is nothing to write home about. $49

3) Zumi Triple Plus: Another great pick from Photojojo this tiny working camera has ten color modes and shoots 8MM style video. $185

4) Minox Mini Digital Camera: Made to look like a tiny Leica M3 this is one of our favorite tiny cameras simply for its looks alone. For a tiny camera the specs are also nothing to sneeze at, this little guy has 5.1 megapixels, a rechargeable battery, and a glass lens. $179

5) Superheadz CLAP Digital Camera: This tiny camera available in a variety of colors shoots pretty low res photos and videos (Photos: 1280x1024 Video: 720x480) and plugs directly into your USB port for photo uploading ease. $50

6) Mr. Digital Clover Keychain Camera: As the name implies, this camera from Photojojo is designed to fit on your keychain. While the camera is only 2 megapixels it does have a burst mode and a self timer! $55

7) Micro Digital Camera: While it might be small, it performs four tasks in one device. With this little camera you can take pictures, videos, record your voice and even use it as a webcam. The camera allows you to take 20 hi-res pictures at 1280 x 960 pixels, or 243 at low resolution. $44

What are your favorite techie stocking stuffers?

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