Although Exemode is entirely better known for its budget offerings than ones of professional allure, the firm's latest digital camera does sport one aspect that (somewhat) separates it from the uninspiring camera posse. The DC567 doesn't have a whole lot to offer, as its five-megapixel CMOS sensor, 12fps movie mode, fixed F3.2 lens, and two-inch LCD monitor could indeed provoke fits of snickering, but this compact point-and-shoot weighs in at just 80 grams (2.8 ounces) sans batteries. This lightweight cam also features 32MB of built-in memory, an SD card slot, USB 1.1 connectivity, and while it should only provide marginally better results than your current cameraphone, you can't help but appreciate the ¥10,000 ($82) pricetag it should carry when it lands next month.
Exemode kicks out ultralight DC567 digicam
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