iCam a news or a rumor Zeki Ozek wants to complement your current camera with an iPhone and eliminate SD cards clunky factory installed interfaces and whatever else attaching Apple s smartphone to the back of your rig might accomplish He proposes we do it with iCam a camera with a dock in the back that syncs up with an iPhone courtesy the 22 pin connector The concept won a Red Dot Design Concept award this year based on what I assume is the design s incredibly broad potential Strapping a powerful portable touchscreen computer to the back of a custom built camera can do that for you Plus wireless connectivity Cannot understimate the convenience of that I imagine cameras will be wireless hyper connected uber customizable devices in the near future anyway but there s no denying the iPhone s potential in this early specific case Source gizmodo com

"iCam" a news or a rumor?

Zeki Ozek wants to complement your current camera with an iPhone and eliminate SD cards, clunky factory-installed interfaces and whatever else attaching Apple's smartphone to the back of your rig might accomplish.

He proposes we do it with iCam, a camera with a dock in the back that syncs up with an iPhone courtesy the 22 pin connector. The concept won a Red Dot Design Concept award this year, based on what I assume is the design's incredibly broad potential. Strapping a powerful, portable touchscreen computer to the back of a custom-built camera can do that for you. Plus, wireless connectivity. Cannot understimate the convenience of that.

I imagine cameras will be wireless, hyper-connected, uber-customizable devices in the near future anyway, but there's no denying the iPhone's potential in this early, specific case.

Source: gizmodo.com

"iCam" a news or a rumor? Zeki Ozek wants to complement your current camera with an iPhone and eliminate SD cards, clunky factory-installed interfaces and whatever else attaching Apple's smartphone to the back of your rig might accomplish. He proposes we do it with iCam, a camera with a dock in the back that syncs up with an iPhone courtesy the 22 pin connector. The concept won a Red Dot Design Concept award this year, based on what I assume is the design's incredibly broad potential. Strapping a powerful, portable touchscreen computer to the back of a custom-built camera can do that for you. Plus, wireless connectivity. Cannot understimate the convenience of that. I imagine cameras will be wireless, hyper-connected, uber-customizable devices in the near future anyway, but there's no denying the iPhone's potential in this early, specific case. Source: gizmodo.com

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