The Fleximus Camera was created by Art Lebedev and is a great concept for a digital camera. Art Lebedev is becoming increasingly popular for its creative and cutting edge concepts and the Fleximus Camera is no exception.
The camera is bendable and has a flexible body with a lens that can be hooked to the end of the camera. The other end of the camera has a peephole viewfinder. The camera resembles a snake reading light but has an attachable 3-inch LCD display. The device would work as both a digital camera and a video recorder.
The advantage of the Fleximus Camera is that photographers can shoot at odd angles that are impossible to capture. The camera is ideal for shooting hard-to-reach places and capturing odd angles. This would enhance the creativity of shots and expand the ability for a person to take self-portraits at a longer distance while holding the camera.
The camera is still a concept so there are no technical specs available.
Via SlashgearFiled Under: Camera News, Concepts & Design, Design News