I just learned about the lo-fi Pocket Square camera (“Miniscule square-format photos and videos with analog edge”) on the blog Miss Doxie (jump to point #4 where she provides a funny interpretation of the user’s manual) and although it is $100 dollars more than I should be spending on thingamajigs at the moment, I am intrigued.
It’s a super small digital camera with no viewfinder that takes square 6″ x 6″ photos and has lo-fi filters (yellow, ‘noise,’ and monochrome).
Thing is, probably even a cool camera like this would result in crummy photos if I was behind the lens, because of the following fact: I am a terrible photographer. If you lay your mitts on one though, I want to see the pictures.
Note: image shamelessly lifted from Photojojo web site for this post.