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What is the world's smallest camera?
In a day and age when
manufacturers are constantly trying to stay on the edge of technology, and pack
it all into the tiniest little packages possible, the world’s smallest camera
does both. Looking just like something that was taken straight out of a science
fiction movie, the world’s smallest camera is a snake camera that was developed
by the Misumi Company in Taiwan.
The camera itself is only about 4.4 millimeters in
diameter and is only about fifteen millimeters long. But it still comes with
tons of options. There are two different lenses that you can get for the world’s
smallest camera. One has a 55-wide degree angle, while the other has a huge 105
degree field of vision. That’s a lot for such a small camera! And it also has a
1/18” color chip to boot!
The world’s smallest camera is available to the
public and, being that it’s so tiny and that it can creep into just about any
narrow space you need it to, the camera is already a huge success with
inspectors, and others who need to see into tight spaces. And of course, for
those who still just like to play spy!
The World's Smallest Camera