Serviceable but rather passé.
Mysterious and ominous OXS sensor appears bottom right. Stays on until $520 is paid for unspecified diagnostic tests.
Meant to pacify hardcore film users. Controls are laid out in the comforting and familiar style of a 1970s pre-cable, pre-satellite, pre-digital television.
Designed with four times the normal number of buttons to accommodate multitasking teens. Button layout forms groovy hipster pattern with vague promotional undertones.
LCD fills with fog and moisture to simulate the worldview of someone with a head cold.
LCD displays itself from meta perspective. Anything caught in the camera's feedback loop is analyzed and commented on recursively until unrecognizable.
No LCD screen. You're expected to read the mind of the camera to know what it's thinking. You will be tested on your knowledge.
Sleek controls streamline decision making. You know what to do.