When it comes to the Framera digital camera, the concept is fairly simple, yet the execution is precise and the application is wonderfully practical. What this point-and-shoot does is project a rectangular perimeter around its subjects so that everybody knows where the limits of a picture are going to be.
This feature would be particularly useful for a photographer at night when it's difficult to see the scene before him on a dark digital display. Equally, folks can know whether or not they've squeezed into a group enough to have their faces included in a given snapshot. Eager photobombers will be able to boast more successful appearances with the Framera, and with attentive use, photographers will have less of a need to crop their images later.
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The Framera Digital Camera Clearly Outlines the Limits of a Picture
- By: Amelia RoblinOct 22, 2013