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OneShot camera: Shake to recharge

Tino Klaehne's lipstick-shaped device is so compact, you can wrap your hands around it and the shooter disappears into your fist.

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These days, it's hard to find a digicam without an LCD display, which got me wondering if the OneShot Camera concept by German designer Tino Klaehne would ever take off.

Klaehne envisions the OneShot Camera with face detection, though he didn't mention how it would work without a display. Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the OneShot Camera is that you just have to shake the gadget to recharge it. I'm guessing it uses internal memory to store the image files because from the pictures there doesn't seem to be any slot for flash memory media.

His lipstick-shaped device is so compact, you can wrap your hands around it and the shooter disappears into your fist. To take a picture, you press the top of the gizmo, which seemingly functions as a viewfinder for composing shots. Is the OneShot Camera something you'd get if it ever makes it to stores?

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(Source: Crave Asia via Yanko Design)