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MMI Cam: Smartphone Remote Camera is Perfect for on the Fly Surveillance

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The MMI Cam is a remote-controlled camera which you can mount just about anywhere and control with your smartphone. It was created by Israeli designer Or Leviteh, and it’s controlled thanks to a bundled smartphone app.

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The app allows you to remotely snap stills and videos, and also lets you adjust the settings, such as white balance, focus, and camera angle. Photos can be immediately uploaded and shared from inside the app.

The camera comes with a built-in kickstand and a standard horseshoe mount for tripods. There’s also suction cup and magnetic mounts which allow it to stick to a variety of surfaces.

 

mmi or leviteh camera stick-on magnetic iphone app control remote

The camera itself doesn’t have a screen of its own, and is designed solely for remote use. The camera can also become an ad-hoc surveillance camera.

mmi or leviteh camera stick-on magnetic iphone app control remote

mmi or leviteh camera stick-on magnetic iphone app control remote

There’s no word yet on when you’ll be able to purchase the MMI camera, but Leviteh does have a Flash demo of the App up on his website if you’d like to check it out.

[via designboom]

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