There have been a lot of iPhone concepts coined by designers around the world ever since Apple released the flagship line of smartphones. However, the iPhone ‘Pro’ concept, developed by Jinyoung Choi really takes the crown for a lot of reasons. It speaks of an iPhone that comes equipped with a 3D camera and a DSLR lens can be added to it with ease, making it one professional clicking tool.
Imagine an iPhone that comes with a wide 4.5-inch LCD screen. It has a 1.2-megapixel camera which is 3D and the most significant think about it is that the rear has been designed so that you can attach a DSLR lens to the iPhone’s camera. This essentially means that you can take the quality of images taken from your iPhone to professional levels.
Moreover, it also has the ability to project images, much like a tiny projector. The device comes with a portable speaker and removable hard disk. No, I am not talking about a gadget out of the Transformers – rather, this is an all new concept called ‘iPhone Pro.‘ The concept is primarily oriented towards taking a camera-centric approach towards iPhone so that it becomes a device that would suffice a professional photographer. You can attach your own DSLR lens to it and click away, view the image on the beautiful 4.5-inch screen and then perhaps edit it and post it to a dozen places using iPhone’s apps.
With so many hybrid gadgets making their way into the market, this may be a little far-fetched but not altogether impossible. In fact for the photographers, coupling the performance of an iPhone with the image-quality of a DSLR camera would be a dream-come-true.