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Palm-Held Point-and-Shoots
The Inclusive Digital Camera Snaps Subjects Easily from Waist Height


By: Amelia Roblin (Superstar) Apr 16, 13
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Now that many modern cameras have come to abandon the window-style viewfinder entirely, products like the Inclusive Digital Camera make a great deal of sense; one can behold a digitally translated scene without your eyes pointing towards the subject too. Andrew Warner’s contribution to contemporary photography technology is this device that can be effortlessly held at a comfortable height.

You can operate the Inclusive Digital Camera from your waist, really. A generous display screen is visible at over 1 foot’s distance. This is slightly angled with ergonomics in mind, and is nearly perpendicularly configured compared to the camera lens. There are so many ingenious features to this photo-snapping gadget, and one of them includes the 90-degree rotating lens that requires no awkward wrist positioning in order to switch between portrait and landscape framing.



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