British firm Conran redesigns today's apparatus without a preview screen for the BBC Future’s Imagineering series.

Digital cameras are so feature-laden these days, it can be a bit hard to keep up. British design firm, Conran wants to harken back to the days before digital, when everyone took a picture, put faith in their photography skills and waited weeks to see if the film captured what they saw in the viewfinder. In conjunction with the BBC's Future Imagineering series, where everyday objects are reinterpreted for the 21st century, the firm came up with a digital camera with quirks of an analog device.

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