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A digital microphoto camera was shown in Japan [VIDEO]

The Japanese company Kenko Tokina presented a miniature digital camera Pieni M weighing only 23 grams. Despite its tiny size, it has an LCD display, a memory card slot and a Type-C port. The company showed the camera in action, announced its characteristics and showed examples of photographs.

The Pieni M measures 63 x 36 x 19mm and has a 1/9-inch CMOS sensor that takes photos at 1280×960 pixels and AVI video at 1280×720 pixels. The minimum ISO value does not exceed 100 units, shutter speed – 1/100 second. The aperture size is fixed at f/2.8, and focusing is possible at a distance from 0.3 meters to infinity.

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The display diagonal is 0.96 inches. It can be used as a viewfinder or image preview screen with built-in filters. There is also an optical viewfinder, and all photos and videos can be saved to a microSD card with a capacity of 128 MB to 32 GB. You can transfer footage or charge the camera via the Type-C port.

The camera comes with a neck strap and the set costs $53.

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