Photos of the PSP Camera accessory

Ed Steele May 17, 2004 9

psp_camera.JPG has found a photograph of the PSP camera attachment accessory, as well as some other PSP photos. On a personal note, this is reason one million and one why I’m so excited about this new handheld!

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PSP Camera Accessory Photos [engadget via Portagame]
Update: Peter Rojas of Engadget asked that we credit Engadget for the PSP photos. We thought the [engadget via Portagame] link said it all, but for the record the photos were snapped by Engadget. We just saw ’em on first.
Hey Peter, now that we know you read our site, how about a link to our stories every now and then?

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  1. Jason May 17, 2004 at 5:35 pm -

    heh. Thought you’d like this one. (you beat me to posting the story on this site, but that’s cool cuz it’s less work for me!).

  2. Jason May 17, 2004 at 9:35 pm -

    wow, you got the same nasty email that I did? Don’t blame peter though, it was his contributor that was crying over this. Peter was just the messenger (and I have to keep reminding myself that).

  3. lunacy8m May 17, 2004 at 9:42 pm -

    I agree with Peter, it’s only right that the correct people get credit. I could see where there might have been some confusion in the original post, so hopefully my update cleared it up. As far as asking for links on Engadget, begging for links is my new past time. Got link? 🙂

  4. Jason May 17, 2004 at 10:43 pm -

    Yes, I agree, credit is earned where credit is due. The original photographer is more than in the right to request that we point back to engadget. Which I did and was more than willing to do. It was a sloppy mistake on my part. (I only had a link that said “Thanks Engadget” linking back to the original story.)
    But, on the other hand, said photographer, especially if he’s a regular contributor to Engadget, should know that once it’s posted to Engadget, one of the largest gadget sites in the blogosphere, that his content will “spread” through the blogosphere. Blogs, especially mine, walk the gray line of a legitimate news reporting style and an unformal, opininated column-style.
    Linking is fine. Asking to remove content is a little harsh, if not bad form. (again, not Peter, just his contributor). Oh well, I’m sure I’ll live.
    Next thing you know, we’ll have contributors asking us to remove comments and trackbacks! sheesh.

  5. lunacy8m May 17, 2004 at 10:53 pm -

    I share your same feelings. Once it’s out there it’s out there, whatever “it” is. People will link, copy, leech, and post about. That’s kinda how the Internet works, last I checked. Neither of us were taking credit or claim for the photos, we were both just drooling. They sure is purty photos, mmmmmHmmm.

  6. Jason May 17, 2004 at 11:24 pm -

    Yes they are. Damn Sony – to make us wait a year for this!

  7. Anonymous May 22, 2004 at 6:26 am -

    sony are gonna kick nintendos arse fair and square with dis neat handheld.but we hav 2 wait another damn year 2 able 2 bi it 2 be in the shops…
    the camera looks great and so do the grafics well done sony

  8. Chris November 27, 2008 at 6:02 pm -

    Released in 2006??? waiting two friggin years now for it to be released in USA and Canada!!!

  9. pirvis June 4, 2009 at 3:51 pm -

    this sucks its only and japan