Normally, you place your photos in a frame. However, at CES today, Casio is announcing a camera that lives inside a frame.
Casio's new TRYX camera introduces a new form factor. The TRYX has a thin frame surrounding the camera that can rotate away from the camera body, providing the ability to support the camera at odd angles (as shown here) or to provide a grip for an odd-angle shot. If you move the frame back into place around the camera body, it works like any other digital camera.
The TRYX includes a 12-megapixel CMOS image sensor, the ability to shoot 1080p HD video, and a 3.0-inch touch-screen LCD. The camera should be available in March at a $249.99 MSRP. I'll have more details on the TRYX closer to its actual release date.
Photo courtesy Casio