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The Next Most Wanted Gadget You Can’t Miss: Instagram-Like Camera

The Next Most Wanted Gadget You Can’t Miss: Instagram-Like Camera

A small revolution in digital photography is in our midst. Listen to what the CEO of Socialmatic, Antonio de Rosa, has to say, “This mix of hardware and software, together with our brand new photo social network will fill the gap between virtuality and reality.”

He is referring to Socialmatic’s brainchild. An Instagram-like camera, similar to the old-school type. A point and shoot photo-snapper, but with more eye-popping functions. Go, satisfy your curiosity below…

1. The sleek design.

 

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    2. The unlikely blend of the old and the new.

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       3. Filling in the gap between past and future.

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        4. Shoot… share… and print…

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          5. Equipped with a Mood Assistant.

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            6. Designed for PC, Mac, Smartphone, or Tablet.

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              7. Remote printing capabilities.

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                8. More amazing functions…

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                  Photo Credit: Socialmatic

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