The Camera of the Future


Don’t start drooling yet. It’s still only a concept. Unfortunately. How amazing looking is that thing?

It’s the Wireless Viewfinder Interchangable Lens — WVIL — concept camera by Artefact Group, and it’s basically smartphone-meets-SLR. Some day, smartphones and cameras are going to merge all their best attributes completely, and so far, it seems as if smartphones have done all the work towards meeting in the middle, while cameras– SLRs in particular– have been sitting idly by not bothering to do much in the way of integrating wireless technology.

The WVIL would change all of that. Check out the video for a demo of how it would work, it will blow your mind. The lens wouldn’t even need to be connected to the “phone”-looking part to work, it can work as a remote control…

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