The ‘Flash³’ Concept Camera design and style came from the idea of mixing or blending of vintage ‘black box’ film camera with digitalization. Trying to keep the look, feel and design to a minimum as it can, with it touchscreen features and perpetuates the enhancement of the internal flash. As the Flash³’ designer explains, ironically a camera was obviously a box to capture light, yet to keep it out simultaneously. This Flash³’ Concept Camera “black box” version honors the paradox in a flashy and fancy manner!
Dani explains, “The Flash³ Concept Camera celebrates light. A camera no longer needs to hide internal functions – or shield from external light. This version is inspired by the Hasselblad and sports a similar form.”[divider]
Flash³ Concept Camera By Dani Clode Features[divider]
- The Flash³ is cubed in shape and has the LCD touch screen on the top surface.
- The shutter release is at the back with the optional attachment of a manual external shutter release cord, which doesn’t feature in a regular digital camera.
- It has a square sensor; therefore the photographs are square format.
- We aren’t restricted to a 35mm film anymore, so why are we reproducing standard ratio photographs with cameras that externally fit around that shape.
- As you flick the on switch forward, the box comes alive, the lens pokes its head out and focuses, and the screen lights up; but the real bolt of energy comes when you turn out the lights.
- The internalized flash spreads over the whole cube; it jumps out from all angles – lighting not only your subject, but yourself and the surrounding pace.
[box_info][Designer: Dani Clode | Via: Yanko][/box_info]
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