Digital Camera Automatically Uploads Photos To Social Networks
TheQ camera allows users to take and upload photos directly to sites like Twitter and Tumblr.
- 22 august 2013
Swedish company theQ has launched a 5-megapixel digital camera that enables users to take and upload photos directly to social networks. TheQ camera has 2GB of integrated storage, unlimited online storage space, and 3G connectivity.
Available in nine different colors for $199, the social camera can upload your photos to the internet instantly and automatically, privately archiving them or sharing them with Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, Google+, Flickr or Tumblr.
Unlimited photos can be stored online in theQ LAB, which requires you to setup your camera once and then you never have to plug it in again. You can select social networks, apply filters and save your photos online, with everything hidden from public access so you stay in control.
TheQ camera features a vintage viewfinder, manual focus ring, and an LED-powered ring flash that delivers perfectly even light. Encircling the optical axis of the lens, the ring flash also functions as a battery indicator and a timer, with eight segments that count down the seconds.
The “modern vintage camera” is stylish, sturdy, shock-proof and water-proof. Check out the video below to see it in action: