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Canon Eos 450d Not a Camera at All, Actually a USB Flash Drive?

by Paul Strauss
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What do you expect to happen when you pop the lens off the front of your Canon EOS 450D camera? Certainly not this.

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That’s because this isn’t an digital camera at all. It’s actually a intricately detailed 2GB USB flash drive version of the popular digital camera. The tiny dSLR even features a light-up back panel when you plug it into your computer. Of course, it is a bit unwieldy to fit into most USB ports, so you’ll probably need to connect it via the included extension cable.

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Apparently some sort of promotional item from Canon, these little cameras are pretty hard to come by. But with a little digging over on eBay you might be able to find one of these nifty collectible flash drives. Just be prepared to pay through the nose (there’s actually one up there right now for $103 USD) if you just have to have one. Me? I’ll just admire this one from afar.

[via Curiobot]

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