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Play music with this camera 'lens'

Novelty portable speakers pretend to be a Nikon 55-200mm telephoto lens. They can play audio from any device with a 3.5mm stereo minijack.

Nikon speaker

Photographers who enjoy their music on the go might want to add this interesting camera novelty item to their collection.

Designed to look like a Nikon 55-200mm telephoto lens, the device is actually a portable speaker. Instead of the typical glass optical elements, the gadget sports a speaker driver. It's also capable of playing music from various audio sources such as smartphones, computers, and other devices with a 3.5mm stereo minijack.


Apart from control buttons on the barrel to pause, skip, and stop audio tracks, the speaker also comes equipped with a built-in lithium battery, a USB port (for line-in and charging), and a microSD card slot. The rechargeable battery is rated to last up to four hours for music playback.

Nikon "speakers"

The Nikon Lens Speaker can be found on eBay at prices ranging from $19 to $38.99, and will be bundled with a stereo minijack/USB cable and an instruction manual.

(Source: Crave Asia via PetaPixel)