NickClick toy digital photography
It's the most stylish, and cheapest, digital camera in the world (probably). Just $49 (£33) for the camera and the software and the cable and helpful booklet and everything. It's in see-through purple plastic. . . it seems quite sturdy. . . and it actually works!
Anyway, here's some examples of its fine photography...
Because you can hook it up to the computer and take as many pictures as you like, it finally becomes cheap and easy to do those David Hockney-style collages of several photos, suggesting fragmentation and movement.
These pictures were taken indoors on a dullish day (but close to the window)... observant toy camera fans will have noted that the NickClick has no flash, but it takes decent photos in well-lit rooms. Hurray. Flash photos always look rubbish anyway.
I got my NickClick for $49 (£33) at a Toys-R-Us in Los Angeles. That was great because I'd already seen them on the web priced at $109 (£70). If they ever arrive in Britain (I've not seen 'em) they will probably cost £80.