Mobile C4 Camera Without the Smartphone

Modern flagship smartphones provide users with the ability to take pictures with high-resolution cameras. The design of cameras with multiple sensors provides professional quality of images. However, not all people have the opportunity and desire to spend $999 for a smartphone of the Phone 11 Pro class in order to receive high-quality photos using a mobile camera.

California-based designer Dennis Sedov, working with Samsung and OnePlus, has introduced the conceptual model of the C4 Camera, a mobile-class camera that will change the situation. The compact C4 camera looks like an iPod shuffle.

The camera is equipped with a system with five lenses having different focal lengths (13 mm, 24 mm, 35 mm, 50 mm, 90 mm) which allows users to choose between different formats of shooting. A scroll wheel built into the front of the device allows you to quickly control the system with five lenses to change the settings and view the photos.

In the center of the camera, there is a flash, which allows you to improve the quality of shooting. C4 is at the concept level now and is designed to indicate the need to create mobile-class devices, capable of taking over camera functions.