PIXII launches its connected rangefinder

A manual photography experience with a smartphone twist.
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PIXII Camera

PIXII is a new type of camera that aims to keep your shooting experience as pure as possible but with a little help from your smartphone. Packed inside a classic rangefinder with a 12MP APS-C sensor, the PIXII keeps it minimal with only a few select buttons and an optical viewfinder with backlit LED frame lines for 28mm, 35mm, 40mm, and 50mm prime lenses. Once you hit the shutter button, images can then be immediately previewed on your smartphone, where you can edit and save your photos. The camera also features DNG (RAW) support right out of the box, M-mount support, an OLED control screen, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity, and dual-block machined aluminum construction. 


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