The Camer:ing Digital Camera Lets You Capture Scenes Inconspicuously

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 4, 2012 • References: & yankodesign
Nearly hands-free photography would be available -- ironically -- by means of the Camer:ing Digital Camera. This scene-snapping device needs not necessarily be held, but rather rests comfortably round a single finger.

The electronic components of the photographic gadget have been reduced to produce an impressively compact piece of equipment. The technology is encased in a smooth band-shaped shell that's not even too bulky to become a nuisance. Keeping your point-and-shoot at hand couldn't possibly be more convenient.

The gemstone of Jeon Yengwon and Hyeonsik Studio's fashionable gadget is the lens and a small shutter button on the side can be easily depressed by one's thumb. You simply slide the Camer:ing Digital Camera over your index finger in order to turn it on, giving you the unique facility to document your surroundings from unexpected angles. Stats for Pointer Point-and-Shoots Trending: Older & Average
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