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The KDS-POTO2 camera by Kit Man of kit da studio is over the top. Assembled from laser-cut acrylic parts and scavenged lenses, this fully functional manual film camera takes interesting pictures reminiscent of an analog Hipstamtic or DIY Lomo and seems like it would be a blast to assemble. The best part is that, being the cool guy that he is, Kit also includes an AI file so you can cut out your own. How cool is that? [via DIYP]

Adam Flaherty

Adam Flaherty

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  1. It could have an example of photography, but is really cool.

  2. It could have an example of photography, but is really cool.

  3. It could have an example of photography, but is really cool.

  4. That looks neat. Um, what exactly is the logo anyhow?

  5. Adam, I converted this to CAD (DWG) if you want to post it. How do I get it to you?

  6. Adam, I converted this to CAD (DWG) if you want to post it. How do I get it to you?

  7. edgarinventor on said:

    Sheer Genius!

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