'Wonderful Shot' Dog or Cat Camera for Pet Paparazzi

Smile, you're on canine camera!Smile, you're on canine camera!
Takara Tomy's "Wonderful Shot" pet camera snaps shots of a dog's or cat's travels from your best friend's point of view. Bow? Wow!

Ever wonder what your pet gets up to when he or she's out & about, patrolling the neighborhood? Wonder no more - thanks to Japanese toy and gadget maker Takara Tomy, you now have a photographic record of their adventures in the wide wild world!

Postcards from the hedgePostcards from the hedge
The tough, light camera attaches to your pet's collar and weighs just 38 grams (under an ounce & a half), and it's no toy. The 3.5 megapixel camera has an 8 MB internal memory that allows up to 90 photos to be taken. Li'l Furball's first photo album'll be full in no time flat! The battery is rechargable and the adjustable timer can be set to snap a pic at 1, 3, 5, 10, 15, 30 or 60 minute intervals.

This isn't Takara Tomy's first venture into the pet-tech market; their "Bowlingual" (dog) and "Meowlingual" (cat) translators have proven to be solid hits - with pet owners, at least.


Agent K-9, here is your mission...Agent K-9, here is your mission...
The Wonderful Shot - a very Japanese name if ever there was - also lets you do the snapping via an infrared remote control. Once everyone's back home, simply connect the camera to your computer via the included bone-shaped USB connector and download the pics.

Hmm, multifunctional paws buttons!Hmm, multifunctional paws buttons!
Knowing that the Wonderful Shot pet camera was likely to appeal to non-Japanese pet owners as well, Takara Tomy was thoughtful enough to include instructions in English. Arigato, guys! Order your Wonderful Shot pet camera online from specialty retailers like Japan Trend Shop for just $79.00 plus shipping.

Steve Levenstein
Japanese Innovations Writer

Dec 15, 2007
by eto (not verified)


can you help me with a backlink please? i really need you.. i hope you wont let me down.. please :(

Dec 15, 2007
by Ted Fisher (not verified)

I have seen the future of photography...

... and his name is Fluffy.