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Two-Sided Snapshots
The Not One Less Camera Ensures That the Photographer is Included Too


By: Amelia Roblin (Superstar) Dec 14, 12
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The photos taken by the Not One Less Camera wouldn’t have as visually cohesive a look as they would if you used the timed shutter and tripod technique. Having said that, there is a definite appeal to the way that this point-and-shoot functions that is great for amusement and documentary purposes.

The digital camera integrates the usual forward-facing lens along with a tiny rear-facing one. When the user goes to capture any scene at all, his own pose at the time of pressing the button will show up in a frame in the bottom corner of the picture. This feature of Ji Lin’s Not One Less Camera applies a photographic signature to each snapshot and affords the opportunity to have fun on both sides of the device.



Source: yankodesign
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