I think this Sony camera is designed very well. It has many different physical features that allow you use it comfortably and that help you understand the different ways you can use it when taking photos. It is designed with some affordances that communicate to you how to use it. When holding the camera in front of you, the right side of the camera protrudes in the front, which makes it easier to hold and use the button on the top to take a photo. To zoom in, you can twist the front of the lens which has a jagged texture, which tells you that you can grip it or move it in some way. There is also a small tab on the left side of the screen that you can use to lift the screen and rotate it so that you can view it when pointing the camera at yourself.
Enargeia can be seen in the camera’s design and the colors used. It is a sleek black color with silver highlights that make it look modern and visually appealing. Some of the parts of the camera are silver to signify that they are buttons or can be used to change something on the camera, such as the button on the top used to take photos.
I don’t think that Eudamonia can be seen in this design as much, but the purpose of the camera is important in our culture and and taking photos can be seen as enriching for many people. Photos are shared and appreciated every day and this is made possible by the use of the camera. The ability to share experiences with others even when they are not physically there is highly valued in many cultures around the world.