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Fuuvi Bee Pocket Camcorder

Fuuvi Bee Pocket Camcorder

8mm digital camera? Yup, we were confused too, but not after seeing some footage shot with the Fuuvi Bee Pocket Camcorder ($80). This retro-styled shooter records dreamy, old-school looking 640x480 video — complete with "noisy speech" — onto MicroSD/SDHC cards, and runs for up to 100 minutes on its rechargeable battery. Oh, and did we mention it's ridiculously small? Yeah, that too. [via]

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