Tilt-Shift Point and Shoot Camera Arrives
It's no secret that tilt-shift lenses can be expensive. Making scenes and people look like miniatures can also be achieved with software and a host of smartphone apps. What if you could buy a cheap camera to snap tilt-shift images on demand?
Now thanks to the folks over at Photojojo tilt-shift fans have another option. For $149 the NeinGrenze 5000T snaps five megapixel tilt-shift images and even records tilt-shift video. The special lens is built right into the camera, along with a flash and LCD display.
When it comes to full specs on the 5000T, here are the details:
- 15 fps video at 640 x 480 resolution (AVI format)
- Photo resolution 2560 x 1920
- Shutter speeds 1/4 to 1/3000 second
- Fixed focus f=7.45mm lens (1.5m to infinity range)
- Vivid and sepia color modes, plus 5 white balance settings
- 8x digital zoom, flash, 2.4-inch LCD display, tripod mount
- 5 MP sensor, 16MB internal memory and SD card slot (can use up to 8GB card, not included)
- Comes with wall outlet charger, operates on included lithium-ion battery
- USB connection, Mac/Windows compatible, no software needed
Photos from the tilt-shift point and shoot are described as having a "lovely lo-fi look" with lots of vignetting. This portable device is a great way to shoot tilt-shift images on-the-go without spending too much money on a professional lens.Tag: News, Tilt Shift