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Ghoulishly hued kit to geek up the spooky season

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Slime Green Nikon Coolpix S3000

Apple Bobbing, Trick or Treat, Wrap the Mummy, Pass the Pumpkin - snap your chums playing these silly Halloween games with this 12Mp compact camera that comes in a choice of appropriate colours. It has a 4x optical zoom, a 2x optical zoom on the back, video recording and - handy if you've been supping too much Halloween Party Punch or ghost-hunting has given you the willies - four anti-blur technologies. Shiver or shake, this camera will take rock solid shots of what you think you just saw reaching from the cellar...

Green Coolpix S3000

SkullReg rating 70%
Price £99
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Rotting Flesh Green Nokia N8

Available in all the key Halloween colours, Nokia's newest smartphone flagship not only sports a 16:9 aspect ratio 640 x 360 display that ideal for watching scary movies on All Hallow's Eve, but also an HDMI port so you can play them back on a bigger screen and freak out your friends. Other seasonal treats include GPS satnav - don't disappear down a forgotten country lane to the village that time forgot - and a capacitive touchscreen that'll respond to the chilliest of fingers.

Green Nokia N8

*OK, it's actually "dark grey". Spooky enough, we say.

SkullReg rating 80%
Price £429 Sim free
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