iPhone PRO Concept Comes With A 3D Camera And A Detachable DSLR Lens
Although plenty of great concept product are hrown out by very talented designers on an everyday basis, each currently and then, we feature one that actually rocks our socks, leaving us drooling and pining at the very same moment.
Well today, folks, we’ve to a small degree treat in store. Keep in mind when Steve Jobs proclaimed he had “cracked” the photography market? Well, designer Choi Jinyoung has taken that concept into thought, and in turn created an incredible concept product that will leave even the foremost upmarket models from Canon and Nikon quaking on their tripods.
It incorporates the rumored 4.5-inch edge-to-edge display in a very complete looking device. There is a 1.2-megapixel 3D camera, a mount for variable DSLR lenses, a removable hard disk and an on-board projector system. Sound good? Take a look:
As a refresher, the late, great Steve Jobs mentioned some time ago that he had finally cracked the code of 3 key new markets. One was textbooks, that we’ve seen proof of with iTunes U, one was tv, and also the alternative was photography. Whereas the rumor mill still has not determined where Apple can go with tv, it seems we are also none the wiser regarding photography.
The iPhone 4S – the fruit company’s current flagship smartphone – packs during a rather impressive eight mega-pixel snapper, however when Apple had its Eureka moment, they surely did not mean a straightforward upgrading of the lens. As the tech world has speculated, Apple might capitalize on its popularity among photo-enthusiasts and bring some meaty hardware to accompany its iPhone – turning it into a full-on camera with all the bells and whistles.
Aside from the extras, the device itself depicts a nice concoction of each the iPhone 3GS and also the iPhone 4(S), combining very obvious parts of every.
This concept is very similar to that of resident designer Antonio De Rosa, who created an equally impressive take on Apple’s iPhone endeavors together with his wonderful iCam concept back in November.
What does one guys think of this, then? We fully love it here at Redmond Pie, and if Apple were to follow this motif with, say, the next iPhone, we’d be unable to resist.