Necono The Cat Digital Camera – Design You Trust

Necono The Cat Digital Camera

Can I haz a cat camera? Cats are totally in right now, and this guy is freaking adorable. At only 4x1x.75″, he’ll keep you company anywhere you go, and is easily re-chargable via USB connection. Plus, in case you need to take some selfies for your tumblr, he has a self-timer mode and sticky magnet feet too.

Comes with AV and USB connection cords and outlet charger.

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