From the monthly archives:

October 2009

Fake Coca-Cola Can With Tiny Camera

by Johan on October 31, 2009

Fake Coca-Cola Can With Tiny Camera

Here is a new spy gadget that comes in the form of the Coca-Cola can. It has a tiny camera, a 4GB of storage space, a built-in DVR, and a fake bottom that can be removed to reveal a USB port and on-off switch. Each purchase comes also with a remote control allowing you to control the camera from a distance. The Fake Coke Can Spy Camera retails for $61.99 each. [Product Page]

Rosewill RCM-8164 1.3MP USB Webcam

by Isaiah on October 31, 2009

Rosewill RCM-8164 1.3MP USB Webcam

Here’s another affordable USB web camera to accompany your netbook or notebook, the RCM-8164 from Rosewill. It features a 1.3-megapixel image sensor, a built-in microphone, face tracking for keeping your face in the center of the video frame and works with MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger as well as Windows Messenger applications. It captures both 640 x 480 video at 30fps as well as 5-megapixel digital still images (interpolated mode). The Rosewill RCM-8164 retails for $26.49. [Product Page]

Thanko Slim Video Pen

by Isaiah on October 29, 2009

Thanko Slim Video Pen

Here’s another spy gadget for your collection that comes in the form of an average normal looking pen, the Slim Video Pen from Thanko. Measuring just 1cm x 10cm, this pocket-sized device is equipped with a 4GB of storage, a USB 2.0 interface and a lithium-ion battery that can last up to 3 hours of use time. It captures both 640 x 480 video in AVI format as well as 1280 x 1024 digital still images in JPEG format. If you’re interested, the Thanko Slim Video Pen will set you back $99. [Product Page]

Astak Mole Social Networking Webcam

The Astak Mole Wireless Webcam is able to upload video directly to such sites as YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter. Designed to work without a dedicated PC, the Astak Mole can also be controlled remotely via a web interface. Other features include motion detection, night vision, two-way audio and in-built DVR. You can purchase the Astak Mole Webcam for $299, when it is released in November. [CrunchGear]

Olympus China Unveils The Pen E-P2 Micro Four Thirds Camera

Olympus’ Chinese website have recently listed another upcoming micro four thirds camera from Olympus on their site namely the Pen E-P2. However, details remain scarce at the moment, but from what we heard the camera will feature a rangefinder and is expected to have the same retro styling as the E-P1. Sadly, there’s no word on pricing and release date yet. Stay tuned for more updates. [CrunchGear]

After releasing the limited edition Pentax K-x “Robotic Colors”, Pentax today announced that the Pentax K-x will be available in a choice of 100 colors and 100 styles. The body will be available in 20 colors and the grip in 5 color combination for each body color. Find out more pictures after the jump to get more details. Read more

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