| JamCam 3.0|
image by Kenneth Dwain Harrelson (Image rights)
KB Gear (now defunct) was a manufacturer of entry-level digital cameras starting in 1998. Their first camera was the Little Tikes which could take pictures 320x240 pixels and store up to 12 images. Later cameras were the JamCam V1.0, which took picture 320x240 pixels; the JamCam V2.0, which shot images 640x480 pixels; and their fourth and final product which was the JamCam V3.0, which took pictures in both 320x240 pixels as well as 640x480 pixels. It had a slot for a flash memory card and featured an electronic flash, and came in two colors: silver and blue.