Digital Harinezumi 2 Camera Kit
Powershovel invented the Digital Harinezumi to bring a little analogue back into our crisp-focus, unnervingly accurate, 100 megapixel modern world. This little beauty refuses to act like a normal camera: In still mode (color or monochrome) the camera imitates the old 110-film format--which the camera's shape reflects; in movie mode, (with or without sound, also color or dreamy monochrome) it pretends to be super 8. The camera uses a simple fold-up framer, so there is a certain amount of randomness to the framing as well. But the display can be switched to preview mode for more accurate framing. No wonder Harinezumi has a global cult following. The New Museum is among the art galleries that's staged exhibitions using these cameras, and it has inspired countless YouTube and Flicker tributes.
The designers say: "We never wanted cameras as precision machines, rather we imagine the camera as a sort of sketch book, something with which you easily record bits of your life." Price includes Camera, Case and Strap.
Still: 1600x1200 or 320x240
Lens: Normal 3'-Infinity/Macro: 4"
Display: 1.3" w x; 1" t
Body: 3.5" l x 3.3" t x 1.4" w
File Format: Still Picture: JPEG Video: AVI 25fps
Kit: Camera, CR2 battery, 2GB micro-memory chip, USB chip reader, soft bag and lanyard.
Resolution: 3 MegaPixel
Memory: Micro SD Card (available up to 16GB)