Once in a while, along comes a design for a piece of hardware that is different from the standard definition that we can’t help but have our curiousity piqued. The Poco Pro digital camera is one of them, where it shares similar dimensions to that of a credit card, although it is a wee bit thicker for obvious reasons, holding in all the electronic components inside. Capable of shooting 14-megapixel stills, the Poco Pro can also record video in 1080p resolution onto a microSDHC memory card. A 2.4-inch AMOLED display will show off its touchscreen controls which are located around the bezel, delivering auto focus, super macro capabilities, image stabilization, face recognition and limited DSLR-like manual controls. Tipping the scales at just 65 grams with its magnesium housing, the Poco Pro will be out next June for $300 – not too shabby, eh?
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