‘Holga D’ Concept Is The Netbook Of DSLRs

‘Holga D’ Concept Is The Netbook Of DSLRs
Design

The screenless gadget strips away many excessive features of modern digital cameras.

Yofred Moik
  • 20 july 2010

The Holga D concept by Saikat Biswas envisions a simple plastic-lens plastic-body combo for digital photography. Producing an ethereal quality that celebrates image imperfections – like light leaks and inaccurate exposures – art photographers that swear on film may finally make the switch. The Holga D strips away many excessive features of digital cameras that parallels the netbook-to-laptop functionalism ratio. For example, the Holga D daringly omits the reputedly vital LCD screen on its body to mimic the delayed gratification featured in film photography.

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