VWFNDR Keirin camera concept

This is the VWFNDR Keirin camera concept:

"KEIRIN is a conceptual digital camera designed as a testing ground for exploring new design paradigms, seamlessly integrating hardware and software. It aims to provide an immersive shooting experience focusing on the photographic craft without distractions. Named after the Japanese word keirin 競輪 ー a bike race in a velodrome ー is the perfect name for a concept where hardware and software cycle together." (vwfndr.camera)

"The Keirin is designed around a 60-megapixel full-frame sensor with a 35mm lens. The plan is for the camera to include SSD storage and mobile connectivity so that photos can automatically be saved and backed up to the cloud. VWFNDR has also designed a proprietary magnetic expansion bay — called XPNSNBAY — that uses pogo pins to allow for peripherals like a panoramic optical viewfinder. Another clever accessory is REMOFLSH, a wireless flash unit that directly communicates with the camera’s built-in trigger. " (The Verge)

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