La Guillotine three-lens “action camera”

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La Guillotine three-lens “action camera”

Udi Tirosh, of DIY Photography, sent us a link to this awesome homemade, cardboard, three-lens “action camera:”

Steven Monteau, the out-of-this-world-designer who created the Battlefield Pinhole Camera (and the amazing bokeh video) is back with a new camera the Guillotine (A.K.A Adidas) Camera. It is a homemade camera that creates actions sequences, in a fashion very similar to the Lomo Super Sampler (only better). It does so on 120 film and with great fineness.

Here’s a sampling of what La Guillotine can do, converting its output into animated GIFs.

La Guillotine Camera, A.K.A The Adidas Camera

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2 thoughts on “La Guillotine three-lens “action camera”

  1. Subvert says:

    120 film is actually 60mm, not 120mm.

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