The arrival of computers is rewriting the rules for high-end cameras, too. This 10,000-euro CamCam from Swiss camera maker GFAE is a view camera, a computer-controlled, motor driven version of the bellows cameras of the 19th century. With a computer, the photographer can define three points to be in focus, and the computer will move the lens to precisely the right position. By shifting the lens off the axis of the image sensor and tilting it one way or another, the plane in focus can be shifted dramatically, useful for product photography among other things. This one has a medium-format digital image sensor from Phase One mounted in the center of the back of the camera.