For the most part, cameras are pretty boring in the way they are styled and most of the time, they never draw that much attention from others. That might be a good thing to keep thieving eyes off your expensive gear, but sometimes, you just want to be noticed. You want a loud, fun camera that screams “look at me.” Well, AC Gear might have that camera for you with their Bonzart Lit Digital Camera.
The Bonzart Lit Digital Camera is your average point and shoot. It’s probably not even near as good as your current shooter, but that’s not the point of it. This camera is a “toy” camera which is quite popular now among the artsy. It features a 3-megapixel sensor, a built-in LCD screen, photo effects, and a built in timer. It also comes in five fun colors an is perfect for any beginner. Did I mention it’s only $39.99?
New York – AC Gears, a curated electronics and lifestyle store in NYC, recently released the 3-megapixel Bonzart Lit Digital Camera with built-in LCD screen for only $39.99, with plans to introduce a waterproof case before the holiday season.
“The Bonzart Lit is a great gift idea for artsy kids or to add to your personal collection. At $40, it’s really a break-through price point for the digital camera category,” said Kohn Liu, founder of AC Gears. “The Bonzart Lit has been extremely popular in Japan, selling out within the first few weeks of its debut, and we’re excited to introduce them in the United States.”
The Bonzart Lit shoots high quality pictures and video that can be viewed in real-time through the built-in LCD screen. The pocket-sized cameras slip easily into any purse with an array of bright colors to accessorize any outfit. Users can also add special effects on the fly with five different color settings (normal, B&W, sepia, negative, red, green and blue). It’s also equipped with a timer (2 seconds, 10 seconds and burst option) to capture those special moments.
For a higher-end option, AC Gears also carries the 5 megapixel Bonzart Ampel Tilt-Shift Twin Lens Digital Camera which produces retro-styled, tilt-shift photos and HD videos using twin lenses making life-sized subjects look like miniature-scale models.