This futuristic digital camera is technically a mobile artillery platform. Say cheese!
About this creation
It is the year 2089, and feature creep has meant that digital cameras are indistinguishable from 50 tonne, nuclear fusion powered mecha. In fact, when Tesco invaded Denmark, amateur photographers made up most of the resistance.
1 - The legs are my first time working with the stick-in-a-hole hinges that Mecha builders seem to love. This is inevitable as I own no ratchetty joints as found in Exo-Force sets.
4-Looking down the barrel of his huge magrail
5-Relaxing after a hard day's photography
6-It can defend its back. This is crucial in the cut-throat world of wedding photography.
7-These rapid-fire cannons fire high-explosive shells containing proximity fuses and depleted uranium pellets so they can function as flak cannons as well as ground-ground weaponry
8-The pilot is dressed casually, because the Canon Ixus 40,000 is designed for amateur, easy use at parties, for taking quick snaps on holiday, and for staving off invasion from cybernetic meta-weapons.