Once in a while, somebody comes up with a great idea.
And this thing, if it were produced, would have given old 35mm cameras a new lease of life, particularly for those people who couldn’t afford the prices of film processing etc.
The RE-35 was shaped just like the classic 35mm film that would fit into the standard film camera compartment. The RE-35 cartridge was designed to use flash memory, to save the digital images in high resolution JPEG’s or RAW up to 4, 8 and 12 Megapixels.
To export the photos and recharge the cartridge you’d connect the cartridge via USB to your computer, both Mac or PC.
What a wonderful idea, but sadly the company behind it went bust as their funding apparently dried up and nobody else was willing to finance it.