MiniCa World Smallest Lightest Camera with 0.96 Inch Display 17 Grams Weight Price Specifications Availability Details

Currently, most of the phones in the smartphone market come with large displays, but still there are some manufacturers who are making and launching compact smartphones. However, this is not the case with DSLRs, there have been many improvements in camera technology over the years, but there hasn’t been much of a difference in body size. Now, a Japanese startup has created a DSLR that the company is touting as the world’s smallest and lightest camera. Its name is MiniCa, which is currently offered under crowdfunding. The weight of this camera is only 17 grams, but despite that a digital display has been fitted in it.

The MiniCa is claimed to be the world’s smallest and lightest camera, weighing 17 grams and measuring 40x47x36mm. However, its compact design does not mean that it will be difficult to take photos with, or that it will have useless specifications. MiniCa has a 0.96-inch display. Yes, you read it right, the world’s smallest camera, which weighs 17 grams, gives you a digital display. The size of this display is 0.96-inch, that is, about 1-inch.

To capture good quality pictures and videos, it has a good lens, which can capture videos at 1920×1080 pixels and photos at 3760×2128 resolution. The MiniCa camera comes with a 180mAh battery, which is claimed to last for 60 minutes on a single charge. Not only this, it also has a microSD card reader.

You might be surprised to read all this that despite being the world’s smallest and lightest camera, the MiniCa comes with all the features that a large traditional DSLR has.

Currently this camera is not available for purchase. The product can be backed through green funding. It is a crowdfunding platform similar to Indiegogo and Kickstater where you can support projects. At the time of writing, there were 25 days left for the end of the period to back the project. The startup that created the project had set a target of 10 lakh yen (about Rs 5.72 lakh) for this, but the project has already collected 1,440,244 yen (about Rs 8.25 lakh).

Kashif Ali

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