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Bonzart Ampel Twin Lens TLR Digital Camera


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  • Designed in the style of classic twin-lens reflex cameras
  • Twin Lens, TLR, Standard Lens and a Tilt Shift Lens
  • Five distinct color modes, Standard, Vivid, Sepia, B & W, & Refreshing
  • Viewing Screen opens up on the top like a traditional TLR
  • 2 Shooting Formats, Shoots Stills and Video, Magnetic Lens Ring Mounts

Technical Details

  • Optical Sensor Technology: cmos
  • Optical zoom: 1 x
  • Display Size: 2.00 inches
  • Viewfinder Type: fixed LCD

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 7.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces
  • ASIN: B008HKQV94
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,841 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 26, 2012

Product Description

BONZART AMPEL Compact Digital Toy Camera Twin-Lens Reflex Style Twin Lens Retro Styled Digital Camera with 5 Color Modes, two shooting formats, a Pop-up viewfinder on top, just like your Rollieflex. With its Red Ringed Lens (Normal) and Green Ringed Lens (Tilt/Shift) rings true to its namesake, Ampel which is German for Traffic Light and the signal reads "Shoot" Image sensor 5 million pixel 1/3.2 inch CMOS sensor Monitor Resolution 960 ~ 240 dots Lens F2.8, f = 9mm, 0.5m ~ ‡ Lens standard switching / tilt lens Zoom 4 times digital zoom Mount Magnet mount ring Focus Fixed focus LCD display 2 inches TFT LCD 4:3 EV value } 2.0 (0.3EV step) ISO sensitivity Auto / ISO 100 White balance Incandescent Fluorescent / Cloudy / / Daylight Auto / Self-timer Seconds, 2 Off, 10 seconds Number of recorded pixels Resolution: Still 5 million pixels (2592 ~ 1944) 3 million pixels (2048 ~ 1536) 1 million pixels (1024 ~ 768) 300,000 pixels (640 ~ 480) video resolution: HD (seven hundred and twenty one thousand two hundred eighty ~) seven hundred twenty (four hundred and eighty seven hundred twenty ~) 640 (four hundred and eighty ~ 640) VGA (six hundred forty ~ 480) audio recording Frame rate 30fps / 15fps HD ¦ Fixed Frame 19 Still image formats (1:1), Normal (4:3) / square ¦ LCD display is fixed at 4:3 preview Shutter Electronic formula Color Mode STANDARD / VIVID / B & WH / SEPIA / REFRESHING (black and white) Memory Without built-in Recording Media Up to 32GB SD / SDHC card recommended: 4GB SDHC SDHC Card class standard and video recording case Auto power off 1 min / 5 min / 3 Other Features A microphone, speakers, tripod hole, continuous shooting function, JPEG / AVI Language settings Japanese / English PC interface USB2.0 Power This 3 ~ AA alkaline batteries Physical Dimensions (W) about 64.86mm ~ (H) 101.88mm ~ (D) 61.15mm Accessories Camera strap USB cable manual warranty card Warranty period 1 year after purchase

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Frankie on January 22, 2013
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I was a little skeptical spending this much money on a toy camera. I wasn't expecting much with its 5 megapixel sensor but boy was i wrong. Obviously the picture quality isnt the best but this camera is so much fun to use. It makes me think more out of the box. The vintage looking pictures are awesome! And the tilt shift works so well on this lil thing. I'm so satisfied with this purchase. I'm thinking about ordering another one for my sister. Another thing i was very happy about was how fast it shipped. It got to my place 4 days before it was suppose too, such a wonderful surprise to come home to.
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10 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Victor on September 30, 2013
Ok, so what's the point?
None of the features are really true analog~ all are 'fake' digital effects- nothing to do with the physical function of the lens, camera, etc. So, basically it's just another crappy digital camera. Which you already have on your Fone.
No, It does not do any tilt/shift or perspective control in the analog sense.
You want to do film? Get a film camera. You want to do perspective control? Get an analog (film) camera and hack it. Or spend real $$ on a PC lens.
If you want to look like an uneducated gadget imbecile, get this now! and put it in your PT Cruiser and drive off into the sunset.
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15 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Fildes on July 20, 2013
Many reviews of this camera have cheerfully reproduced the makers claim about a 'tilt-shift' lens. They obvious have no idea what tilt-shift means. The lens does not actually tilt or shift in any way. You would use a proper tilt lens to control the zone of focus and shift to correct vertical lines in an image. This camera fakes an effect that can be produced with tilt - a tight zone of focus with blurred foreground and background. But usually you would use a shift lens to do exactly the opposite - extend the zone of focus. It has no shift correction effect at all. None.
The effect it does produce is the same as the 'Miniature' effect found in the scene modes of many regular digital cameras - but with less control. A blur mask seems to be used on the lower lens to get the effect. So the claim that it is a 'tilt-shift' lens is utterly misleading (to the point of deliberate deception) and the reviewers who have accepted the claim have merely displayed their ignorance of basic photography.
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