There's a new camera app on the horizon from the smarties behind Hipstamatic, and it's taking cameraphone photography to a new level. It's called Hipstamatic D-Series, and it's like nothing you've used before. Where other camera apps allow you to see your photos in real time as you change filters, D-Series is modeled after old-school disposable cameras (you know, film?), forcing you to take a "roll" of 24 shots before you can see any of the pics you've snapped. In an interview with Pocket-Lint, Lucas Buick (founder of Synthetic, the company behind Hipstamatic) says the app is a throwback to days gone by, not just a filter:
It really is a completely different way to experience photography that a lot of people have forgotten about, but it wasn't so long ago that people don't remember it, and that's the key.
Hipstamatic D-Series hasn't hit the iTunes store just yet, but it's due out this month.