Sipix Stylecam Blink Reviews
Product Type: Sipix digital cameras
Description:Model ID STYLECAM BLINK / SiPix StyleCam Blink - Digital camera - 0.35 Mpix - silver / Ultra-compact and lightweight, the SiPix StyleCam Blink is the go-everywhere digital camera. Use the neck strap to carry the camera around your neck or clip it to your belt-loop or backpack with the ... more
Sipix Stylecam Blink ... included swivel clip. The StyleCam Blink is a digital camera, streaming video camera, USB video camera, and video conferencing camera all in one.
Featuring the Streaming Snapshot mode, the StyleCam Blink can rapidly capture up to 100 images. With these streaming snapshots and the included software, you can easily create your own AVI video clips. Share your exciting video clips with family and friends via email or share them on the Web using the included Inetcam iVISTA software. The StyleCam Blink includes a premium software package that makes photo editing, enhancing, and sharing a fun experience.
Newest Review: ... disapointed with mine because the first time i wanted to use the camera for real was when we went to a party. I took some ... more
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Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
Customer Sipix Stylecam Blink Reviews (11)
by - written on 12/12/02, updated on 18/04/03 (Very useful, 1402 readings)
Camera Specs The first thing that struck me about this camera was it's diminutive size. The second thing that struck me were shards of packaging, as I failed to get through the thick protective plastic without injury. The camera slips quite comfortably into the pocket-size category by being almost exactly the same height and width as the narrowest edge of a credit card. And it's slimmer than a deck of cards, so should even fit into 'tight-fit' pockets. The manual is significantly larger and heavier than the camera itself. Image-wise it stores 100 images in 640x480 resolution, or 400 320x240 resolution images (or any combination of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/02, updated on 04/10/02 (Very useful, 277 readings)
)))-The bit where I tell you a bit of general info-((( I've got one of these and have used it for a range of things. I'll first zip you through what it does, and then tell you what it does badly (or goodly). For those who don't know, you'll need a computer to use this camera (I assume from the fact that you're reading this that you have a computer). Your computer will need USB sockets (most modern machines do). You'll need to install some software. It comes with everything you'll need though. When all that is in place, you can take piccies, or even short jerky video clips. And hey, you'll also have a webcam! Brilliant for £40 eh? ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/02, updated on 26/06/02 (Very useful, 2042 readings)
For those of you that do not know there has been a craze for mini digital cameras over the last few months that was all started by the L'espion digital camera. This camera was miniture at 58mm x 40mm x 15mm and weighing 40g. Not only that but it only cost £40. However this camera had one major problem and that was that the quality of this camera had a lot to be desired at only 352 x 288 and these pictures were quite grainy. However this was not enough to stop it becoming the fastest selling product in almost every online gadget shop I could think of. Other companies were not however content to allow the L'espion to steal the show and out of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/02, updated on 11/10/02 (Very useful, 892 readings)
No, not that dafty? I?m talking about my camera! I bought the SiPix StyleCam Blink some time last week and I haven?t left it alone since. My main reason behind its purchase was its price. At £40.00 you could be forgiven for thinking that you were about to buy the worlds worst digital camera. In fact that?s further from the truth than you could believe. The reason for the low price is simple. SiPix have done away with all the modern conveniences that your everyday digital cameras have, such as a display to show the photo?s taken, a timer, and noticeably, a flash. This really is a no frills camera. So what?s so great about it I hear you say? Well? ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/02, updated on 10/12/02 (Useful, 294 readings)
The Blink's tiny dimensions make it ideal for party animals, sports freaks and clubbers alike. And because it's digital you'll never have to explain yourself to those pesky processing people! At just 5.5cmx5.5cm the Blink is small enough to secrete from any boss, no matter how perceptive. In fact, anyone with a passing interest in espionage should get their mitts on this little baby. Taking quick pics while nobody's looking is simple and infinitely less conspicuous than sticking small mirrors to your shoes. But it's not all about size; the tiny Blink is crammed with so many features. It's a digital camera, streaming video ... Read the complete review
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