This camera is touted as one of the smallest digital cameras you will ever find. Sold at Sears, made by Thane, this camera is promoted as a key chain device that can always be available for quick spontaneous shots when the opportunity suddenly arises.
Obviously this camera has its limitations ... no memory card capacity, only internal memory, limited number of very low resolution pictures can be stored, no view screen (although there is a single line digital display ... just a few characters). Comes with software, supposedly can be set up as a web cam capable of streaming, USB cable specific to this camera alone (i.e. not standard connector on the cable end inserted into the camera).
Camera appears to be in excellent condition cosmetically. Replaced battery with NEW single 'AAA' 1.5V DC alkaline. Digital display readout works. Includes leather pouch for camera, USB cable, software CD (works with XP and earlier ... not sure about Vista and 7), user's guide, some promo material.
Camera sold at approximately $50 retail + tax (not sure you could buy this at a bricks and mortar walk-in store), purchased through Sears mail order for $60 + tax by my late father. Not sure exactly when purchased, but mail order offer expired February 2004.
This camera is probably more of a novelty item than a serious camera, but is capable of taking low resolution pictures, is very small, and possibly could function OK as a web cam.
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