I just impulse-bought a new camera at the Discovery Store: a blue Oregon Scientific Thincam DS6628. It’s about the length and width of a credit card, but a few millimeters thicker. Image quality is just barely okay — a bit fragmented and faded, which I expected — but it’s comparable to my old Pencam SD, and quite decent for a tiny camera. Additionally, and unlike other tiny cameras of its genre, the thincam comes with a plugin flash attachment, which helps immensely for indoor and night photos which most other non-flash-equipped tiny cameras would be unable to capture.
Here’s the first photo, taken at night in my room with just indoor lighting and no flash. (Click to view it larger on Flickr.)