Review: Fuuvi Biscuit camera

Today's picture: Fuuvi Biscuit camera.

I've been using below's biscuit camera for my weekly photo blogs. I've had it since 2013. It's good camera and I like it a lot.
The only bad thing is trying to using it in a dark/low light room. Then the pictures don't turn out good. Other than that, the picture looked nice.
When I took pictures of one thing, I would take 10 shots. Because 9 out of 10 shots would be blurry! Fun times.
Fuuvi biscuit camera was a good little camera to take around. The battery would last for 2-3 months depend on use. It has a MicroSD card slot and comes with a USB plug.
Made it easier when I wanted to download the pictures to my PC. It’s nice when you can a plug, drag and drop the files. And if you want to charge it, it’s charged via USB too.
The camera has a video mode too, but never really used it.
I’m going to miss this toy camera and I really wished Fuuvi was still around. When I search online, the last camera was a lego camera. It’s sad when company’s close or moves on.

Recently I brought a Digital Harinezumi by Superheadz. I've brought the Blackbird Fly which was create by the same company, so I thought I'll give this new toy camera a go. It's nice that it has a preview screen, because with the biscuit camera doesn't have a preview screen, only a peek hole.
The next few months, this blog will have pictures from the Harinezumi camera.
I'll have to see which camera I like more. With the test shots from Harinezumi camera, it doesn't seem as clear and the contract is bright, but maybe I'm using the wrong settings.

 Byebye Fuuvi Biscuit Camera. Taken by Digital Harinezumi

Byebye Fuuvi Biscuit Camera. Taken by Digital Harinezumi