We've seen several new camera formats recently—micro four thirds, 3D cameras, heck, even Polaroid has made a return. But a camera where the lens and the screen can separate, so the subject can hold the screen? Madness.
It is merely an idea in designer Xi Zhu's head unfortunately—but I can see Fujifilm being inspired by it. The lens and screen are actually held together with magnets, so the person in shot can primp and preen while looking in the screen, before the user actually takes the shot. Once taken, the photo is streamed to the screen by wireless USB—although I think it'd be cooler if it used UWB like the Leyio. [Yanko Design]