Capturing The Bigger Picture

Capturing The Bigger Picture

In an era where cameras are as sleek as the Nikon and Canon, coming up with arustic design as the M-icro Camera is quite a dare. However, this dare pay-off and gives us a delightful macro camera that captures macro photography effectively. Incorporating the elements of art deco, the ergonomic form and simplistic functions, make it a complete package of desire. It is interesting to note that the zoom feature has been simplified and enlarged, so that it’s an easy-to-use cam.

0 Designer: Thomas Sims

Universal Motion Control

Universal Motion Control

Genie is a must-have motion control camera device that makes time lapse capturing extremely easy, portable, and best of all… affordable. The device merges with a variety of existing camera equipment like the tripod or linear slider to effortlessly record panning or linear motion time lapses. With super-simple controls, handy preset recording options, and iPhone/Android app syncing, it’s a great peripheral that anyone can own and operate. Check out the vid to see it in action!

0 Designer: Ben Ryan

What Did Your Pet See Today?

What Did Your Pet See Today?

Did your cat chase a mouse or a sparrow, did the doggy pee on your car tire or was it the tabby that scratched your new linen sofa? To answer these and many more questions we have the Pet’s View concept. It’s not entirely a new idea for a pet’s perspective camera, however I like it for plug and play USB integration. It will be interesting to monitor and catalogue what your pet has been up to all day (or night) especially when its gone forever…. leaving behind just these truth-tapes.

0 Designer: Jaehwa Lee

All-In-One Videography Tool

All-In-One Videography Tool

As DSLR cameras have expanded their use beyond still photography to high definition videography, so has the need for accessories that allow for a variety of movement when recording. The Indieshot DSLR incorporates a steadicam, boom camera mount for high shots, glide track for pan and push shots, shoulder mount, and tripod all into one compact, low production cost peripheral. It’s a one-stop solution for dynamic recording.

0 Designer: Grant Parrinello

A Gripping Camera!

A Gripping Camera!

The EasyGrab is specially designed for the silver generation, making photography and easy task rather than a challenge. The design language is pretty traditional with a few exceptions; for example the shutter button is not on top of the camera, instead it is a leaver placed in the front of the camera. The camera is easy to hold with either hands and has two scrolls that control the zoom. Interestingly the zoom has access from both the front and the back of the camera.

0 Designer: Arttu-Matti Immonen

The Un-disposable Camera

The Un-disposable Camera

With his project ‘Timeless Capture’ designer Brian Matanda wants us to slowdown and literally smell the roses before we take a picture of them. Our focus is on tech-specs, angle shots and apps that add artificial glam. In a way the ‘subject’ of our photography looses its relevance. So let’s re-focus on the art of photography, and by the way this camera is a combination of sand blasted aluminum and polished teak and ‘strong archetypal form to produce a timeless aesthetic.’

0 Designer: Brian Matanda

Portable, Flexible and Versatile SLR

Portable, Flexible and Versatile SLR

If you seek these three qualities in an SLR, then Arti Patel has a solution for you. Her concept, All.Round SLR Camera works with a basic camera structure where photographs are captured using Universal Lens or Lens mount in front, and transferred through flexible circuits and wirings inside the mesh to an OLED screen at the back. The mesh gives you the advantage of 360-degree flexibility and helps capture pictures from any angle.

0 Designer: Arti Patel

Hipster Cinema

Hipster Cinema

In keeping with the latest vintage camera fad, the old-school look of the Canon Retro Cinema by Maxim Mezentsev & Aleksandr Suhih is merely a disguise.  Inspired by cinemas of the 60s & 70s, it’s sure to catch the attention of hipsters everywhere.

0 Designers: Maxim Mezentsev & Aleksandr Suhih

Hardcore Camera

Hardcore Camera

The EXTU stands for “extreme utility” – it’s a versatile camera system that pushes the capabilities of shooting to the limit. Designed for use in a variety of situations, the cam, batteries, and specialized mounts feature a rugged body composed of hard-anodized aluminum, ABS plastic, and silicone rubber to withstand drops, hits and extreme conditions like snow, water, and sand. Hit the jump and check out the vid!

0 Designer: Mathias Mayrhofer

Playful Photography

Playful Photography

The Apollon is a clever camera design makes taking photos an entirely new experience! If your casual photographer friends have one too, you can link together wirelessly and capture the same photo from different perspectives. Better yet, their camera will automatically transfer the image to your device so you all have the same digitals. Pure GENIUS.

0 Designer: Gordon Tiemstra

Buzzzzzworthy Webcam

Buzzzzzworthy Webcam

Inspired by the robust body of the bee, this stylish Bluetooth webcam concept is characterized by colorful accents on the front and sides that can be customized to taste. The versatile design is attachable to any size monitor and features a front camera that can be tilted up or down.

0 Designer: Anoop M.

Canon Mirrorless?

Canon Mirrorless?

David Riesenberg scores a hot number with his Canon Mirrorless concept. Inspired by the classic AE and AE-P and working out his fantasy, David dished out this Canon AE-D. I love his detailed explanation and rationale behind each move, so hit the jump to read it in his voice….

0 Designer: David Riesenberg

Simplifying Photography

Simplifying Photography

In this digital era and self-sufficient gadget loving folks, we rarely have to step into a photo studio just to print pictures. Photosensitive is a project that aims to simplify the self-help process where cameras need to hook-up with computers for the printing process. “The application becomes a dimension of the experience, from capturing to archiving and sharing images.”

0 Designer: Damien Arlettaz