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Canon Wonder Camera or the DSLR in 20 years

by Mary
July 6, 2010 at 3:48 pm

At the 2010 Expo, the Canon staff presented the Wonder Camera concept.

Even if it has a DSLR dimensions, the lens are fixed and the buttons are missing. Almost all the functions are automatic and the way the camera takes the photos is different from what we are used to.

Canon Wonder Camera’s secret is all about the sensor. It has a high resolution in order to capture more specific details. Besides, the Wonder Camera doesn’t take photos, but it films continuously so that each frame can be extracted as a photo.

During the presentation, the Wonder Camera was connected to a module on the back of the hostess in order to show that it was necessary a huge store unit. It’s likely that in the future to be need hundreds of GB on a SD card.

Here is how the Wonder Camera works.

source: gizmag

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