Cameras are important in our everyday life: they with us whenever we go travelling, embark on hiking trips or simply hang out in the city with our friends. We later post the pictures we take on our social network. A camera that is small and connects to our smartphones might be just the thing to revolutionize the market. The Leica X3 Camera is inspired by the monocle and the color wheel. Its concept was designed by Vincent Sall whose aim is to combine the best features of both smartphones and digital cameras.
The Leica X3 Camera is meant to be a compact and mobile version of the high-end cameras that communicate with smartphones to share images. The device is the size of a lens and automatically sends your photos to your smartphone, tablet or Mac via Bluetooth. Leica X3 is turned on when the lens is flipped out. It uses a simple, easy-to-use interface in order to take photos. When it is off, the large optic is completely obscured by the body of the camera.
The camera will come with features such as manual and automatic control for aperture, shutter speed and ISO. This camera is meant to be the bridge that fills the gap between high-end cameras with superior quality, but difficult maneuver methods, and smartphones that are easy to carry, yet have low photo quality.
The designer mentioned that the camera is not associated with Leica brand. Its name comes from the fact that the design is inspired by the Leica X2.
This concept might just make the transition from smartphones to powerful digital cameras easier. With millions of photos taken every day, if it became reality, the Leica X3 would certainly be popular. Let’s wait and see how it develops. Would you like to try such a camera?
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