Candy Coated DSLR Takes Tasty Shots

Effective as they may be, we can’t just count on run of the mill DSLRs to take sweet sweet photos. It takes candy coating on the gadget to do that. The camera is the work of PJ Linden, who coated it in 3D paint to give it a colorful appearance of being covered in candy. Wonderpuss Octopus has numerous creations made the same way, the camera being the most attractive in a set of very interesting things.

iPhone Lens Dial

A phone lens certainly isn’t the best way to capture images, but since we are going to use the phone anyway, we might as well add some flair with lens accessories. The iPhone lens dial would be a useful accessory for those who take capturing images from their cellphones seriously. It starts off as an aircraft-grade aluminum case for the iPhone 4 with tripod mounts, and a wheel attachment on the back that spins and exposes the camera to various lenses in the mix. Costs $250.

Spoticam Lights: You’re Being Watched

We have become so acclimatized to security and CCTV cameras, we won’t even take another look at something of that shape. Although, this design by Antrepo does make us think that the shape would be pretty well suited for table lamps. Spoticam has been designed with a somewhat robotic shape and style, but at the end of the day it is a security cam shaped desk lamp, and can be maneuvered as such.

Air Camera Concept Won’t Ask For the Usual Point and Shoot

We’ve taken numerous “pretend shots” by framing a scene with a pretend camera made with our fingers. The Air Camera concept by designer Yeon Su Kim builds on the same premise, using the positioning of the fingers to capture images or video. The concept has two parts, a ring-like camera for the thumb, and a tension sensing device on the forefinger.