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Ikimono Mini Camera Is Too Kawaii

The Ikomono Mini Camera ($22) is just about cutest darn thing I've seen in a while, and that's not even to say I want to give it to my niece for Christmas.

It's on a keychain, so it's not just another little gadget to get lost — no, no, this will help you find your keys. And when you do remember that you have God's most adorable camera in your hand, you'll remember to take pictures, too.


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Leony Leony 8 years
Aww it's definitely cute! My niece would want one for sure!
JeffaLynn JeffaLynn 8 years
I personally love Kawaii....but that might be due to my half asianness.
KadBunny KadBunny 8 years
Oh who cares it's adorable! Miniature versions of anything always win in my book. :)
girlwparasol girlwparasol 8 years
$22 is price-gouging at its best. i bought one of these about four years ago at the local asian grocery for $2. They're cute to have on display with the rest of my camera collection, but they're a pain to use. The photos won't come out unless they're taken in bright light (so forget indoor photos, they come out as masses of grey), but even then, it can't be TOO bright, or they'll be washed out. Not to mention that you can't clip them on anything, otherwise you'll find the shutter button constantly being pressed accidentally (since it's on the back, not the top). out two rolls of film(48exp), i got maybe 20 pics that weren't black. maybe three of them were worth keeping. these cameras were with the rest of the toys in the grocery, so i never expected awesome photos from them, but again $22 is WAY too much to spend on something that really is just that - a toy.
girlwparasol girlwparasol 8 years
$22 is price-gouging at its best. i bought one of these about four years ago at the local asian grocery for $2. They're cute to have on display with the rest of my camera collection, but they're a pain to use. The photos won't come out unless they're taken in bright light (so forget indoor photos, they come out as masses of grey), but even then, it can't be TOO bright, or they'll be washed out. Not to mention that you can't clip them on anything, otherwise you'll find the shutter button constantly being pressed accidentally (since it's on the back, not the top). out two rolls of film(48exp), i got maybe 20 pics that weren't black. maybe three of them were worth keeping.these cameras were with the rest of the toys in the grocery, so i never expected awesome photos from them, but again $22 is WAY too much to spend on something that really is just that - a toy.
himestephanie himestephanie 8 years
i just saw these at urban outfitters, they are beyond cute!!!
neonjelly neonjelly 8 years
i think i just might spoil myself with one. who needs a digital slr anyway.. ;]
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