Meet the nanoblock camera, one of the smallest shooters ever shown on Crave.
Japanese company Fuuvi yesterday debuted the tiny toy camera with a shell made of nanoblocks -- a smaller alternative to the traditional Lego brick. However, connoisseurs of quality might bite their lip as the ultrasimple controls and lack of viewfinder make this device a not-so-serious option for picture taking. The measly 2-megapixel resolution doesn't help matters much either.
Despite a few disappointing innards, the funky camera packs some eye-catching style and comes in colors such as blue, yellow, red, white, and black. Nanoblock camera owners can customize the 4,368 yen ($54) device with additional blocks to simulate the look of a DSLR, or perhaps something a little more amusing to a child, such as an animal's face.
The tiny toy also shoots video (720x480, 30fps), uses MicroSD storage, and incorporates a built-in USB connector to charge its lithium-ion battery. Any guesses on how long it will take to see a nanoblock camera at Urban Outfitters or ThinkGeek?