No doubt, Beme is a new and ultra simple way to share your experience on video. The following concept Lens action camera is designed for the social video app, which provides a same way to share your video clips, but you don’t need to hold your phone.
In addition to tell us how to turn your Apple Watch Sport into a gold version, Casey Neistat recently released Beme, a new social video app that allows you to capture videos by covering the proximity sensor of your phone. After understanding the simplicity of the app, Fraser Leid, a British designer created Lens, a concept social networking camera dedicatedly designed for Beme.
The mini camera measures 40mm diameter by 15mm thick. And as we can see from the images, the design concept shows off an ultra compact, minimal and sleek design. Using its custom clip, you can wear it on your cloth with ease, and its IPX7 rated housing allows it to be submerged in one meter of water for 30 minutes.
The concept mini camera is equipped with a 24mm Zeiss Prime 18mm focal length lens with f/1.8 aperture that helps you to capture up to 8 second and up to 1080p videos or 4 shot burst photos. Using Bluetooth technology, the mini camera wirelessly communicates with your smartphone and upload your clips to the connected phone. In addition, its built-in SSD flash storage is capable to store videos when your smartphone is out of the connection range.
The Lens social networking camera is still a design concept at present, but if you like it, let’s keep going for these gorgeous images about the Lens.