The Fusion ultra compact camera with detachable lens is designed as an alternative to smartphone camera, which delivers a more interactive and tactile photography experience without losing the benefits of portability and wireless connectivity.
Louis Berger, a German designer came up with the ultra compact camera named fusion. As we can see from the images, the mini camera is smaller than iPhone 6, so you can effortlessly take it with you anywhere you go, and unlike those cubic or stick-shaped mini cameras, the fusion looks being inspired by digital compact cameras, so the ultra compact form still delivers a comfortable grip, and it features an easy-to-access 26mm touch- and pressure-sensitive button inspired by mechanical mode dial, which delivers a familiar and natural control experience.
The fusion comes equipped with a detachable magnetic lens with a built-in image sensor, and its tilting monitor lets you capture photos from more optional viewing angles. Furthermore, the Braille-screen allows you to feel faces, objects or vibrant colors with tactile graphic. In addition, built-in wireless connectivity ensures you can easily transmit photos to your smartphone for sharing. After the break, check out the images about the concept mini camera. Need a few available options? You may like to check Camorama 4K VR camera and more cool stuff by following tags.