Only Photogenic Pictures Please

At times it’s the photographer’s fault that your picture came out weird and at times you’re plain ugly! Ha! So scrutinize and be in control over which picture of yours is groovy… So, Are you camera-shy? Not with this funky digital camera that has two separate sections, one is the Lens part and the other the screen. Both stick together via magnets, but when someone wants to click pictures, the screen part detaches and is kept with the subject and the clicked shot comes over to the screen via wireless USB. This means crappy pictures can be dumped and only cool ones approved. The photographer doesn’t see what exactly he has clicked, so he’s pretty much clueless about the his photography skills.

Designer: Xi Zhu

Are you camera-shy? Digital Camera by Xi Zhu






  • Airborne says:

    Retro and mordern mix design, I wish it is going on market already

  • Hunter says:

    concept is cool, but this person has very little knowledge of cameras.

    “camera shy” isn’t something that can be solved by taking controls away from the photography and handing them to an amateur… at all, there’s no relation

    the shutter button is in a ridiculous spot for a right-handed person

    “zink sticky photo paper” is a technology developed by Polaroid that requires a small printer, small enough that it can be put in a camera, but the exploded view of this makes it look like a normal polaroid. you need a digital sensor to make this feasible AT ALL.

  • GI says:

    Ok, I’m so totally lost – apart from the printer and magnet split connection, what is the real innovation here? You’re talking about chosing which pictures you like and deleting the ones you don’t – like it’s a brand new idea? What am I missing?

    • xi says:

      actually the idea is “No one could see or keep your pictures, only if you would like to show”:)

  • Vogie says:

    I like the design, but it looks more like a digital photo frame with a camera on the back, to remove the middle transfer. That’d be cool, but was not the intent of the designer… which doesn’t make much sense to me in the first place

  • So is this like a digital camera??
    or I didnt get it?? someone please?…

    • Aryada says:

      It’s a digital camera that allows separation of the LCD screen and the camera itself. You give the screen to the person being photographed and THEY do the clicking to save or deletion.

  • Mona says:

    What do you think will this circa costs?

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