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Friday, May 13, 2005
Octave Multipod

2. Retail package

For our review, Octave provided us with a retail package which includes the Multipod 5 in1 itself, a Flexible USB cable for connecting to the PC and when using it as a webcam, a storage pouch, a software CD and lastly, a necklace cable.

The device is very small in dimensions and includes an optical viewer for taking pictures and videos, two buttons at the back (Mode/Snap), an LCD and a LED (amber/yellow/green/black) displays. When you remove the cap, the USB1/2.0 connection is revealed. On the front, we have the lens with focal length of 4.5mm.

Below are the LCM display's various indicators, corresponding to the various modes




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