A few weeks ago I happened across an "as-is" new but returned "digigr8 1.3MP" for $5. It caught my eye because of the potential insights into the cvs cameras, having the cdrom and even the mini-usb cable (I had tried to locate one in the past for something else). Unfortunately after opening it up it was not based on the same chipset (it was spcxxx from memory) so it was of little use for the cvs hacks. I Fixed the problem (broken usb connector) and got a working camera. See the photos section for comparison. Though the pictures for this camera are decent, your 1/4 the resolution camera would easily be disappointing. It really is a toy though. Among the drawbacks are - pictures are not stored in flash and get lost when you remove the battery. All configuration such as high or low resolution gets lost every time you turn off the camera. It does work decently as a webcam though, and again there is a 50/60hz setting and mode that needs to be applied every time you turn it on.
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