The Next Generation in the Realm of the Minox B

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Introducing the Multipod 5 in 1 USB Device; taking the Minox B ingenuity into the next generation. With the capability to handle digital images, full-motion video with sound and with a weight of less than 1 oz., this device will surely be sought after for many years in the future. It is a piece of history in the making.

Camera technologies have advanced greatly over the last few years and occasionally a camera comes along that stands out from the crowd. The Minox B sub-miniature camera manufactured from 1958-1971 dominated the market for 14 years and is still a highly sought after collectible, retaining much of its original value. It was the favorite choice for detectives in the field, Federal Agents, and anyone seeking a highly portable camera that can be tucked away in a pocket. It had not yet met a rival fit for today’s technologically advanced world; that is until now.

Introducing the Multipod 5 in 1 USB Device; taking the Minox B ingenuity into the next generation. With the capability to handle digital images, full-motion video with sound and with a weight of less than 1 oz., this device will surely be sought after for many years in the future. It is a piece of history in the making.

Sub-miniature cameras like the Minox B were valued for their small size and ease of transport to any place or for use in any situation. Building on that principle, the Multipod 5 in 1 weighs a mere 0.85 ounces, quite an improvement over the approximately 3.25 ounces of the Minox B. But don’t let the small size fool you; the Multipod 5 in 1 is a highly advanced and capable device and all in a package the size of your thumb!

Much like the Minox B, the Multipod 5 in 1 is capable of taking still images. The Minox B could handle a film cartridge with up to 50 exposures per cartridge. The Multipod 5 in 1 requires no film that has to be developed and can take up to 3,000 pictures. Once the camera is full, simply connect it to the USB port of a PC, empty the images and you are ready to take thousands more.

The Minox B was the ultimate spy camera often seen used in James Bond like films to take photographs of documents, blueprints and more for later review. Although we generally don’t need to take photographs of blueprints in this generation, we often need to remember documents or transport documents for later viewing. The Multipod 5 in 1 comes equipped with 128 megabytes of storage useful for documents and files that need transported. Don’t photograph your documents; just take them with you by connecting the Multipod 5 in 1 to the USB port of a PC and sending the documents straight from the computer to the Multipod 5 in 1!

The Multipod 5 in 1 is a marvelous still camera on its own and coupled with data storage it is truly a magnificent piece of technology, however, the capability to handle video and audio is what makes this device a wonder fit for the history books. Featuring full-motion video complete with sound, the ability to record audio clips, and even web camera/conferencing possibilities, this device stands out from the crowd. The future of camera technology begins with the Multipod 5 in 1.

Get yours today for just $149.99

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About Octave Systems, Inc

Based in Campbell, CA, Octave Systems is a leading distributor of top-notch duplicators, printers and other related equipment. With a firm belief that duplication should be widely accessible for a vast array of businesses, Octave Systems Inc has become a key player in the duplication industry.

Product demos are available upon request for reviewers and editors. Please contact Paul Avery at 1-800-626-8539 X 230 or paul@octave.com to arrange.

Further information about the history and products carried by Octave can be found at our website http://www.octave.com, by telephone 1-800-626-8539, or by email info@octave.com.

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