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Minimo-X Digital Lomo Camera Fits on Your Keychain

by Range
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I usually lug around a DSLR, but if I had something like this in my pocket, I might take loads more photos. The Minimo-X is the second generation of the Minimo camera, and it’s basically a toy camera, like many of the plastic ones already available. The distinction is that the Minimo cameras are digital and produce cool visual effects.

minimo x pocket arts digital lomo camera toy tunnel

The Minimo-X offers a lo-fi tunnel effect and the ability to do double exposures, so it’s not just all cuteness. It comes with a 1-inch LCD screen, and it’s only 3.2 megapixel resolution, so probably less than your phone.

minimo x pocket arts digital lomo camera toy tunnel

Weighing just 1.1 oz and measuring less than 2″ tall, it’s just the right size to pop onto your keychain, and take with you everywhere though. The cool thing is that it’s like a digital Lomo, so there’s plenty of cool artistic things you can do with it.

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The Minimo-X camera is available over at Photojojo! now for $130 (USD).

minimo x pocket arts digital lomo camera toy tunnel

minimo x pocket arts digital lomo camera toy tunnel

[via DesignYouTrust]



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