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Wednesday, 02 May 2007 22:04

PSP gets its camera

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Go!Cam is the name 


Sony Computer Entertainment announced new accessory for PlayStation Portable, Go!Cam. Go!Cam is to be released on 16th May across Europe with a retail price of €49.99 (£34.99 for the UK).

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Go!Cam is an attachable camera that turns the PSP into a photo, video and audio wonder. Go!cam has a built in microphone, and the ability to change direction of the cameras lens vertically by 180 degees. Go!Cam will sold with Go!Edit, editing software which wil allow users to save and edit photos, video and audio clips. It can shoot up to 40,000 photos if you have a 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo card.

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