Imagine Instagram had its own camera? Well..[PICS]

We all love Instagram but imagine it wasn't just an app?

The ADR studio in Italy thinks that one day Instagram can become a real camera. Don't believe us? Read on.

This is the main idea at the base of "Instagram Socialmatic Project".

Since Facebook has bought Instagram for nearly a billion dollars in cash and stock, many users, bloggers, economy experts have thought Instagram could build its first real photo camera.

ADR says that Socialmatic is the first Instagram photo camera which will have brilliant figures like 16 GB mass storage; Wifi and Bluetooth; 4:3 touchscreen; 2 main lens, first for main capture, second for 3D filters, webcam applications and QR Code capturing; Optical zoom; Led Flash; Internal printer to make your Instagram photos real; Paper cartridge with Instagram Paper Sheets; Dedicated 4 colors ink tanks; InstaOs 1.0, which put together Facebook and Instagram App feature; Pairing with iPhone and Android App.

"Take your shoot with Instagram Socialmatic, make your photo cool as you want and share it directly on Facebook trough the powerful InstaOs" says the studio. If this concept was real, would it kill the camera? Probably not. We all know Instagram is a tool which is used by amateur photographers and your everyday user.

"If you want, you can print it directly on Instagram Paper Sheets, thanks to the internal printer. Every Instagram printed photo reports on front side your Instagram nickname and a QR code, to be followed by another Instagrammer, simply pointing his/her Socialmatic on your printed QR Code."

The ADR studio is trying to recreate the Polaroid camera using Instagram. Imagine if this was possible?

Instagram Socialmatic is only a concept. But, maybe, it could became real.

Photos: ADR Studios

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