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It may look like Nokia’s 7380 handset, but the CAM-700 is actually claimed to be the world’s smallest commercial spycam.

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The CAM-700: watch what you say

The James Bond-esque gadget measures just 73 x 22 x 13mm and, online retailer CScout Japan claims, is small enough to fit into a packet of cigarettes - and still leave room for some ciggies. It also weighs 18g.

A pinhole lens allows colour video to be captured at 15fps, which is recorded in MPEG 4 format to Micro SD cards of up to 2GB. However, one’s not included in the pack so you’ll have to ask Q nicely. Conversations between world leaders plotting to blow up the world can also be captured.

Of course, because the CAM-700 records onto a removable Micro SD card, you can whip it straight out and pass the vital evidence over to M.

The unit can be charged via USB and CScout Japan also claims it’ll give about two hours audio or video recording time, while a 2GB Micro SD stores about 19 hours of top secret content.

The CAM-700 is available online now for $350 (£175/€262). Deliveries come in unmarked packages...

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