Starting next week, the world’s smallest 4K camera will begin its InDemand sales in connection with a hugely successful Indiegogo campaign that ended this past January.

Mokacam, the name of the camera and the company behind the tiny invention, ran a campaign on Indiegogo in which over $800,000 was raised and 1349% of the desired funding was met.

Mokacam is a tiny camera with a rotating screen and a magnetic snap on battery, developed in Hong Kong.

It takes ultra-high definition photos and records video.

The device is so small, it can fit in the palm of your hand or your pocket.

With a motion activation setting and the option to use a magnetic mount, the Mokacam can easily be placed on a magnetic object as a tripod or a stabilizer to capture action footage as it happens.

The camera also includes a wide angle mode and an add on screen option for larger image viewing.

Mokacam comes with a 7-layer all-glass lens, a 16 mega-pixel sensor, and H.264 encoding. The miniature device,  measuring 45mm X 45mm X 35 mm, comes in black, gold, blue, pink and silver.

InDemand sales begin on February 23 rd , 2016 at a price of $179 USD.

For more information on the Mokacam click here .