Camcorder small enough to chew on

Easy to hide, but quality is a question mark.


Now that we have cameras tiny enough to wend their way through the human body, it's not entirely surprising that there's a camcorder the size of a pack of gum. (In fact, we're more surprised that people are still chewing Wrigley's Doublemint.)

Nevertheless, SpyGadgets says its "Micro-Camcorder" is the "smallest high-resolution, real-time digital camcorder ever produced." (Couldn't they cram any more qualifiers into that claim?) Marketing-speak aside, this $295 surveillance gadget is supposed to record both audio and up to 33 hours of video on a 1GB micro-SD card--but, as Gizmodo notes, its resolution isn't specified, so image quality is anyone's guess.

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