I will only be content when they invent a way to zip a camera around via remote control. Underwater. 5,000 feet in the air. Up craggy cliffs and thru mucky swamps.
If I could look all around me, no matter where I am, and:
have a way to put a camera anywhere I want to,
silently, and within mere seconds,
and then have a way to angle the camera any way I wanted to,
and a way to zoom the lens,
and a way to control all of the camera's settings via remote control -
then, and only then, would I be content. Of course, it would have to be a flagship-caliber camera capable of top-notch IQ.
Imagine seeing a flock of geese a half mile away, flying 1,000 feet above the ground - and then being able to place your camera - via remote control - right there in the midst of the flock - say, about 14 inches in front of one of the goose's heads? Wouldn't that make for some awesome imagery?
Or, how about when you see a whale purposing out at sea - wouldn't it be awesome to be able to instantly have your camera be right in front of the whale - just a couple feet away, so that you could shoot it with an ultra wide-angle lens? Wouldn't that make for an uncommonly dramatic image?
I continually see opportunities for such images, yet have no way of getting the camera where I want it to be, as quickly as it needs to be there. When I am able to capture every image I "see", then I will be content. Until then, I will be continually frustrated by constantly seeing things that I really want to make a picture of, with no way to do so.
Now, my ability to create images is drastically limited by the lack of technology. Hopefully, over the course of the next 10, 50, or 100 years, camera technology continues to improve at a very fast rate - maybe then people will be able to capture their vision much greater frequency.
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