I mentioned in a post about the Ryobi TEK4 AllPlay Jobsite MP3 player that the company also made a digital camera. Here it is, the Ryobi Durashot Digital Camera.
Again this is part of Ryobi’s TEK4 modular tool system, with one battery fitting many tool types. It’s an 8 megapixel digital camera, with 3x optical zoom, and has a handy feature for use on a building site, of being able to attach a voice file to each image.
The TEK4 range doesn’t yet show on the Australian Ryobi website, but in the US it sell for US$299. It’s not a pretty camera, but it is a pretty rugged one.
Ryobi Durashot Digital Camera specifications
- 800 photos per charge. Battery is good for 2,000 charges
- Memo recording feature – document any job site and easily attach a verbal description to any photograph
- High power flash – Provides strong flash lighting up to 15 feet; ideal for any construction application
- Optical 3x zoom lens with protective casing
- Large buttons designed for extremely simple and easy navigation; buttons are spread out for larger hands or gloves
- Impact resistant, dust- and water-proof. Heavy-duty water and dust seal technology