Tuesday, 18 Oct, 2011 Technology

Double Exposure Digi Cam Shoots Nice Lo-fi Pictures and Video


Making lo-fi images is a trend that recently made a comeback and artists took advantage of this fact to make nice photographs using double exposures.

The Double Exposure Digi camera is a newly launched device that makes double exposure images without having to apply image editing software.

It is worth mentioning that today most ultra-compact cameras cannot boast multiple exposure mode, which means that editing software has to be used.

The Digi Cam not only is able to make double exposure pictures - even videos and traditional pictures shot with it offer lo-fi appeal.

The device makes 2048 x 1536 resolution photos and 640x480 (VGA) videos. All content stored on a microCD card can be viewed on the camera's 1-inch LCD.

The Double Exposure Digi Cam also features a 2 second self-timer, focal range of 3ft (0.9 meters) to infinity, shutter speed 1/8 to 1/5000 and its ISO sensitivity is 100.

To charge the device to transfer data to/from it is made via USB. The small camera weights only 31.5 grams and measures 3.8 x 5 x 2.54 cm (1.5 x 2 x 1 inches).

[via Photojojo]

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