Canon has launched its own miniature DSLR, a scaled replica of the Canon 5DS camera with a removable ‘lens’ and all the tiny details. The big difference, of course, is that the replica isn’t a camera — it’s a flash drive, satisfying your mobile storage needs. Remove the lens, and you’ll have access to the USB connector.
Canon is offering the flash drive 5DS replica through its Japanese website; it isn’t clear whether the company plans to introduce the storage drive through its other stores. Regardless, you’ll have to be patient if you want one, as Canon has already sold out of them.
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