Dogs take nothing for granted, and unlike us, an old sock is enough to get them excited. Nikon has picked up on this lovable enthusiasm and has created a camera mount designed specifically for man’s best friend.
Since paws aren’t the best for snapping pictures, the camera mount is automatically triggered by a rise in heart rate. This means when your four-legged friend sees something wag-worthy, the shutter will fire automatically, giving you an SD card filled with the images of your dog’s favorite things.
Nikon calls this heart rate-driven system “Heartography,” and it consists of an elastic heart-monitoring bad as well as a “SmartCase” for the camera. The heart rate data of the dog is sent via Bluetooth and shown on the OLED display of the camera mount.