Review: GameBoyPhoto BitBoy

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Game Boy Camera BitBoy Review product photos (1 of 7)ISO 2001-60 sec at f - 1.4

Years and years ago, Nintendo introduced the Game Boy camera. It was fun: the device hooked up to your game boy which allowed you to take pictures and print them. The camera itself shot little BMP files that today ooze with retro fun–if not a shockingly small size. Obsessed with all things GameBoy related, the folks behind GameBoyPhoto decided to find a way to make the files updated for modern digital workflows. So they developed the BitBoy–which is essentially a cable and an SD card writer that allows you to export the images out onto the SD card. From there, you can bring them into Photoshop and work with the files.

Granted, you’ll need to use intelligent upsizing to actually create a workable file.

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