Module Records blog the MFB-VJ Player, a little video sampler, which holds 28 four-second video clips, with a crossfader and some effects. MFB seem to be little known outside Germany, but they have an long history going back to producing early drum machines in the '70s. They also make the can-it-really-be-true MFB Synth II, a tiny, all analog, knob-covered, Minimoog-inspired synth with three oscillators, two envelopes, MIDI, CV-Gate in, sync, PWM, a built-in mini keyboard, patch memories and a built in sequencer which sells for €413 (£218)! They also do the PolyLite, a four-voice poly synth with digital oscillators (3 per voice) and analog filters, for €299. More on MFB from Sequencer.de, and the MFB homepage is here.