The Bigshot Camera
The Power Generator: When a user turns the crank on the camera, the dynamo coverts the mechanical energy into electrical energy. The crank must be spun at thousands of rotations per minute to generate enough energy to take a picture. Since no human hand can move that fast, the camera uses a gearbox between the crank and the dynamo. The gearbox spins the dynamo very fast, even if the user is slow. The energy produced by the dynamo is stored in a battery, so when you use the power up again you just have to crank the handle. Use the link below to find out more.
Polyoptic Wheel: The polyoptic wheel is compact like a swiss army knife.You can choose from three different dimensions as a photographer. The
Word to Know: Dynamo- A dynamo is an electric generator.