I saw following things in a article.
Wafaa Bilal had a tiny camera implanted into the back of his head. The camera will take a photograph every single minute. The images will then be beamed from New York.
Here, can’t I use the simple present tense instead of will. And also could you tell me why they use “will” here?
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