Apple iLens concept :: Whats your next icLick…

An iconic ‘i’ concept that motivate photo capturing stream from Apple going to fix your frame, that Apple called iLense.This ultra-slim digital snapper has a 50 mm interchangeable lens that fixes onto the camera magnetically – the idea being to make the camera sleek for casual users as well as capable enough to be useful to serious photographers. The 4.8-inch Retina display on the back is a nice touch, that it designed by Rishi Soman.

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This machine will be equipped with a powerful 5mm fixed focus lens with more dynamic photography options.The lens and the device communicate to each other through NFC standard. Its gesture sensitive lens casing provide with lens Zoom and focus manipulation. Simply an imaginable innovation that is conceived as a mirror-less interchangeable lens camera for enthusiastic photographers. So if you are dangling between an amateur and professional photographer, this camera is for you!

The Gesture sensitive lens casing provide with lens zoom and focus manipulation. Also, an integrated ring type flash unit around the lens casing avoids any shadow cast by the lens. This makes the iLens a powerful camera with a full size image sensor that is genuinely pocket-able. The cubical design for the lens casing, instead of the traditional and a much familiar cylindrical design, was taken into consideration for ease of storage. As DSLR lens do roll away, if handled carelessly. Unlike a DSLR, the image sensor is sealed behind the 50mm prime lens, so there is no chance of sensor dust damage during lens changes. A scratch resistant UV filter tops the lens, so there is no need for a lens cap.!!!

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So guys visit as many places you want, frame it heartly…just wait for iLens. Whats your next click…….??

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