Spy Shot 6 is one of many small robots who was once a normal machine brought to life by the power of the All Spark. In stark contrast to his colleague Speed Dial 800, Spy Shot hasn't got time for the jibba-jabba. Well, he does, he just doesn't waste time on talk. He'd rather stay silent and record every last detail he can on the Decepticons, and relay picture-perfect descriptions to his commanders.
- French name (Canada): Appareil Espion 6
- Spanish name: Camara Espia 6
- Spy Shot 6 (Real Gear Robots, 2007)
- Japanese ID number: MA-06
- Spy Shot 6 transforms into a (non-functional) digital camera. Like all Real Gear Robots toys, his robot mode is apparently at 1:1 scale. The camera's shutter button clicks merrily when pressed. The camera's viewfinder is transparent, but far too small and blurry to actually see through.
- There is a significant difference between the Hasbro and Takara releases of this toy. The Hasbro version's screen is a sticker featuring a picture of Cybertron Ransack's show-model, taken at 7:47 (July 4, 2007, the film's original release date) with an F-stop of 8.2 in "fine" mode. The Takara version, on the other hand, shows a close-up of the movieverse's Optimus Prime.
- This mold was also used to make Photon T-34.
- Robo Recon Team (Multi-pack, 2007)