For most people, it may no longer make sense to have a collection of different picture-taking gadgets with different capabilities, when inventions like the iCam Digital Camera quite intelligently bring them together. What you're looking at here is so much more than an SLR or a mobile phone snapper, and it successfully outdoes the simplicity of the standard point-and-shoot as well.
Zeki Ozek was recognized in the Red Dot Design Concept 2011 finals for this hi-tech device, which is essentially an incomplete camera that relies upon the insertion of an Apple iPhone into the back. A 22 pins connector enables the two gadgets to communicate, allowing your humble smartphone photography skills to be schooled with the precision of real optical zoom lenses. What rounds the iCam Digital Camera out quite perfectly is the incredible ease with which one can edit and share photos immediately with the iCam app.