Nikon issued an interesting patent: the camera can be locked and unlocked
This article comes from Pacific Computer Network.
The news about the camera being stolen is occasionally heard, and there are friends around S who have actually experienced it. Although everything can be stolen, if the security of the stolen item is high enough, can it deter thieves? A few days ago Nikon published a new patent, which has nothing to do with taking pictures, but it can enhance the security of the camera.
According to the patent, Nikon’s camera can be implanted into a specific item identification system, such as a watch, as long as the camera recognizes the item, it can be unlocked immediately. The new function is good, but Mr. S is thinking, why not do face recognition? Even fingerprint recognition works. I don’t know when the patent will be applied to the camera. I really want to play with this unlocking function.
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