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 el 2 Sep 2008 por Alicia Rodríguez Mediavilla

EazzzY; minimalist digital “analog” camera

You miss photo developing but you praise digital charm? Eazzzy is just the camera 4 you!

Strange looking USB flash memory? No, it’s a minimalist camera with USB connection
Strange looking USB flash memory? No, it’s a minimalist camera with USB connection
Strange looking USB flash memory? No, it’s a minimalist camera with USB connection Eazzzy, the digital “analogue” camera This is how it works Available in all those colours (if it ever gets to be manufactured)
Digital cameras sport many advantages that we don’t need to list here. But there’s an inconvenience too, a very important one for analogue photography lovers: with digital cameras all that excitement about how they will look when developed, is lost. Also, what about the old ritual and thrill of taking the film to develop, running to go and get them when developed looking forward to showing them to your family?

The solution seems clear and simple, though no one seemed to thought of it up to now. Why not making a camera combining both the best of digital and analogue? That’s what Sungwoo Park has just done with Eazzzy; designing a digital camera with usb connection to transfer the pics to the computer.

And, what is there analogue? There’s no LCD screen, a classic feature for digital cameras, and it doesn’t have any viewfinder either. It only features the shoot button. You will never know what you’ve just shot until you plug it to your computer; that’s maximizing fake-analogue.

The inventors say that this camera really boosts your imagination. That might be true, but learning how to focus and frame with Eazzzy seems rather complicated.

It sports further advantages: it connects directly to your computer, no cables or any other accessory required. Unfortunately it is not available yet. It’s just a project, a prototype, though they’ve even designed it in a variety of colours. It’s a pity ‘cause it surely has arisen great expectation.
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