This appears to be the only digital camera that NEC ever developed and sold. And it’s an absolute beauty. It is small, delicate but very functional. The Picona weights just 185 grams and is only 102mm tall. It has a 1.8” LCD screen for composing and reviewing images, and it takes just two AA batteries. These are qualities that brought it the distinction of being the smallest digital camera with an LCD screen when it appeared in 1997. My Picona comes complete with its original manuals and accessories. Perhaps the most interesting accessory is an extra battery compartment that takes four AAs – you can remove the main compartment from the base of the camera and install the bigger one to double your shooting capacity. Alternatively, you can install a mains power adapter into that same space. How practical! I won’t say anything more about the little Picona, because I want you to enjoy looking at it.