The WVIL Concept Camera [Video]

The WVIL Concept Camera [Video]
Design

New design points to the future of digital photography.

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 april 2011

The WVIL (Wireless Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens) is a new concept camera created by design firm Artefact. It combines the capabilities of modern smartphones with the quality of classic SLR cameras. There is a 5.0″ touchscreen display that lets you interact with your photographs by zooming, highlighting and changing the style. A smart twist is that the sensors and camera components reside in the lens itself, meaning that users can control it wirelessly from the body of the camera. This would enable photographers to capture themselves in the image whilst retaining full control of how it looks.

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