By adding a finger-mounted control and wristwatch-like display, designer Martin Ruegg has brought a whole new level of control to filming on the fly. The camera itself is nothing new, but features a sleek body that’s both water and shockproof. It mounts with the aid of a strap, clip or suction cup and is small enough to go just about anywhere. We wouldn’t want to wear a ring while riding, but the record button should work just as well mounted on the bars or a bracelet. It’s that wireless control that really elevates this design beyond existing systems, fit and forget, clicking record whenever you need to. Another image follows the jump.
>rush_camera3.jpgvia Yanko Design

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