You've probably never laid eyes on a point-and-shoot quite like the LEICA X3 Camera. You might actually find that it rather resembles a part of a much larger piece of photographic equipment, specifically the detachable SLR lens.
The unique circular form of the device is actually two connected components that can be effortlessly swiveled apart. The front of the digital camera draws out to reveal a traditional viewfinder inside while the other affords access to a dial and buttons for controlling ISO, shutter speed and aperture.
Vincent Säll's bluetooth-enabled design allows the LEICA X3 Camera to work with a smartphone as an external display, plus you can efficiently and seamlessly share your pictures though your handset straight away.
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