Have you ever thought of using a disposable camera? You can never imagine the innovations and other features that the latest technology brings to the world. The all-new KNÄPPA disposable digital camera is going to hit the IKEA stores this year! This camera is designed by Jesper Kouthoofd. KNÄPPA digital camera measures 4.13×2.56-inch and it is held with the help of two plastic screws. The camera ensures 2.3 megapixel quality pictures and the camera works on a single circuitry board. It also has camera sensor and functionality programming. The storage capacity of the camera can store up to 40 images and the users need to transfer them manually to the computer using the USB stick attached on the upper corner of the camera. To erase the photos, you just need to insert a paper clip or something similar to the reset button. Just hold for 5 seconds and the memory is reset. It works on two normal batteries that can be recycled after use. The IKEA customers will be able to experience the new camera this year as the company is planning to promote their new PS 2012 collection. To prevent the camera from taking pictures when placed in your bag or pockets, shutter button doubles as power button. You need to hold the button for few seconds until it turns on before snapping the pictures. Each photograph takes around eight seconds to process after snapping. IKEA is planning to introduce this camera to the customers as a part of a new campaign to make the people take pictures of IKEA furniture and share the photos worldwide. Unfortunately, people cannot buy the cameras in bulk for projects or events.
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