Tilt-shift point and shoot camera. Hyperlinks have been embedded for manufacturer and definition of tilt-shift.
Ever wanted to take your own miniaturized photos, but didn’t want to shell out the $2500+ for a tilt-shift lens? Well the folks over at Photojojo have a solution for you.
The NeinGrenze 5000T offers tilt-shift ability crammed into a small point and shoot you can take anywhere. With a built in flash, exposure control, and multiple color modes this novelty camera has everything you have come to expect in a low budget digital camera. One thing it is lacking however is an optical zoom, but you still get an 8x digital zoom to play around with. I guess this is a small trade off for the tilt-shift ability.
And even though it appears to have the build quality of something you would buy on an infomercial, I believe Billy Mays would be proud. When you think about it, $150 is not a lot to invest on something like this. Even if you only get 100 nice tilt-shift images before it craps out, you have gotten your monies worth. Although I wouldn’t recommend it as your primary point and shoot camera, it does have the cool factor that intrigues me to get my hands on one. [Pam, I will get you the PO shortly. 🙂 ]
With that said, this camera would make a very cool addition to any hipster toolkit. Let’s just say that if you took a picture with this, of a food truck, sprinkled with some Instagram filters, all while wearing Ray Bans, your street cred would go up almost instantaneously. It’s a no brainer.
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