Heartbeat: Lense-less Camera Driven by Watch Movement

Heartbeat: Lense-less Camera Driven by Watch Movement

Published: June 20, 2013 | By: American Luxury Staff

Korean craftsman Kwanghun Hyun’s Heartbeat combines pinhole cameras with watches as it uses a Unitas 6497 movement to regulate its shutter speeds.

Pinhole cameras have no lens leaving only a tiny hole to let light in.  By combining the camera with a watch, Hyun allows users to control the amount of time the shutter is open ensuring the photos come out better.  The camera’s design also reflects a watch with its exposed crown and a steel finish.

Heartbeat: Lense-less Camera Driven by Watch Movement

Heartbeat: Lense-less Camera Driven by Watch Movement

Heartbeat: Lense-less Camera Driven by Watch Movement

Heartbeat: Lense-less Camera Driven by Watch Movement

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