Last Updated on 05/15/2013 by Chris Gampat
We’ve seen some weird camera designs before, but this one is taking the cake. It was designed with ergonomics first and foremost and is meant to help prevent camera shake–providing that you use it correctly. From the looks of it, you can probably think of this as a TLR–but not really.
The front lens will swivel to 90 degrees, so that you can go from landscape mode to portrait mode easier–which will then rotate the screen accordingly. Then there are four high-powered flashes for 360-degree coverage. It’s powered by a lithium ion battery-and hopefully it won’t get drained by all that flash power.
Lastly, it has bluetooth integration for you to port your images to your mobile device. Despite the fact that this still hasn’t totally seen the production line yet, it is still an interesting but really ugly design.
Via Yanko Design