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Digimo Camera Concept Wants to Reinvent How You Take Photos

by Hazel Chua
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I was watching this show on TV the other day about the techniques that photographers used to capture some seriously awesome-looking shots. Most of them required the use of expensive accessories and bulky equipment, but the shots proved to be priceless. I have no plans of going pro (or investing that much money into cameras and stuff), which is why I think the Digimo Camera Concept really hits the spot.

Digimo Camera Concept

The Digimo is way smaller than most conventional digital cameras out there in the market today. And it comes with a lot of accessories and attachments, right out of the box (or, well, it’s future box, if it does get picked up by a manufacturer), so you can start taking unconventional and professional shots right away.

Digimo Camera Concept

I think what makes the Digimo so fun is because it’s versatile and you can use it in ways that you’d only imagine with the camera that you might own now. It allows wireless linking between the cameras to achieve coordinated shots, and you can also control the shooters wirelessly to view and capture images remotely.

[via Yanko Design]

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