This Polaroid twin lens reflex camera was made by the engineering student Kevin Kadooka.
did you like this result? so all you need is:
“1) A scissor
2) Two rolls of 35mm film
3) 120 spool
4) Used 120 back cover
5) Changing bag
… and go to the DIY page from Lomography.”
It can be your best friend, it’s up to you!
The DIY is here.
fashion, pretty and analogue.
click here for the tutorial.
No joking. Now you can be a banksy (and more than once) through a vending machine. You can also buy it by sending an e-mail to email@example.com, but I think that the machine is much more attractive.
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Another DIY-35mm-Pinhole. =)
(click on the image)
Wow! How didn’t I know it before? The Leica à la carte gives you the chance of making your own leica camera from the M7 or MP model. But feel free to chance what you want on that. The prices start at $4,995 USD.
Unfortunately they doesn’t delivery in Brazil. But that doesn’t stop us to try it, right? So, the one above is the Leica I did for myself, it looks that way and here comes the configuration: