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Written on: 11/01/2009 by A J B (1 review written)
This camera still makes me smile now, over 5 years from buying it. The fact that you can still buy it online just shows how popular this little L'espion is. It is probably the most basic and smallest digital camera out there, but its still great fun. Your never going to buy one to take serious shots with but its certainly fair quality considering the low resolution.
The size of it is tiny. At only 5.5x1.5x4cm finding a pocket to carry it in is never a problem. The idea of a pop-up viewfinder… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/02/2004 by willyk56 (9 reviews written)
The Digital Dream L'Espion [0.1MP] Digital camera in itself is very nice looking and only costs £30. but there is a reason it is only £30- its dreadfull. the pic quality is bad,battery life is stupidly short and its faulty- i had to send 3 back before i got one that works. not reccomended at all. Spend another £30 and get something half decent… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/03/2003 by Guru. (1 review written)
I got my l'espion for Christmas 2002 (it cost £30), I already have a Casio QV5500SV (1.3 Megapixel), so I knew what to expect with this little camera. The picture quality (in good outdoor light) is acceptable. The camera won't let you take a photo in poor light (unless you fool it by putting it into AVI mode. 352x288 is not the sort of resolution you could print, it's ideal for email though. If you want usable photos, buy at least a 640x480 digicam. But, for fun use, I have to rate this camera… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/07/2002 by SteveP. (1 review written)
I brought this Digital Dream L'Espion digital camera on a whim just before Xmas 2001 as I liked the idea of having a small, no film camera. This was my first digital camera. I did download an updated driver from the Digital Dreams site but then had problems recognising the camera via the USB port but when I reverted to the drivers on the disc supplied no problems. A friend of mine who also brought one of these had problems using USB via a PCI card but using the onboard USB no problems?
What… Read Full Review
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