Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Title: 5 hot Japanese gadgets, not the phones

Body: Komamura is a Japanese company that manufactures the vintage camera replicas. Here is a micro version of the Leica M3, measuring 74x44x47mm and weighing 110 g.

The original Leica M3 in 1954 was presented in the year, was the first to combine the viewfinder and rangefinder in a window, as also the now commonly used mount port [in contrast to a screw-mount] is.

Komamura ' s version, while a fraction of the size, is now a fully functional 5 megapixel digital camera with 32 MB of internal memory and an SD reader.

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