I was just looking at my digital SLR the other day and lamenting the fact that it wasn’t 14mm thick. Silly me! I should have picked up one of these Winait CD130BT digital cameras. Sure they can only shoot at 640×480 and the 64MB of onboard RAM can only hold 52 VGA images but so what? This camera is 13.5mm thick, with an f2.8 lens, optical view finder, and it can shoot 10 images per second. Not bad for US$24.99.
# Viewfinder: built-in
# Auto shoot: 10s
# Continuous shoot: 10 pieces per second
# Shutter speed: 1/6 – 1/15000 second
# Shoot mode: single/continuous photograph/automatic shoot/PC camera
# Automatic energy saving: automatically entering energy saving mode in 30s
# Image process: automatic exposure/automatic white balance