This may look like a toy camera built using Lego bricks but it’s a fully functional 3 megapixel digital camera with 1.5″ color LCD screen and 128mb internal storage. You cannot pull the body of the camera apart but you can attach Lego bricks to the top and bottom. So much fun for the kids! Will be available in Fall 2009 at Digital Blue.
I would like to buy me some lady boots but I’ve always had a problem with them. My feet are small but my calves are huge! I always end up with one in a size too large, or those that cut around the biggest part of the calves. These vegan-friendly wrap boots from TOMS seem to have a workaround (get it?) to this problem.
Since you can control how you wrap the fabric around the calves, they can accommodate any size calves, including my tree-trunk like ones. Not only that, with every pair of shoes you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need, so it seems like a win-win situation for all. (I can’t buy from site using my credit card but the boots can be bought from Amazon and some in the collection cost slightly cheaper there. )
If you have one of these, I am curious – does it look okay when wrapped loosely? So far I’ve only seen pictures of them worn bandage-snug. Please leave a comment!
Pentax has recently introduced the new upper entry level DSLR camera Pentax K-x. Breaking away from the conventional black colored body for a DSLR, the new K-x will come in a whole new range of colors. “Pentax K-x 100 colors 100 styles” provide the consumers with 20 colored bodies and 5 colored grips to mix and match around with. With the possibility of 100 different color combinations, the K-x model certainly provides this unique customizable option to its already high performance features:
A K-x lens kit cost 69,800 yen that comes together with standard zoom lens (DA L 18-55mmF3.5-5.6 AL) and K-x double zoom lens kit cost 89,800 yen that comes together with a Double Zoom lens (DA-L 55-300mm F4-5.8ED.
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