The 35mm LEGO Camera

The 35mm LEGO Camera

35MminsideOverview of the 35mm LEGO Camera – Adrian writes “Last night I tackled the project of a 35mm version of my medium format pinhole Lego camera. It turned out to be easier than I expected. I should probably have spent the time making better instructions for the medium format version, but rest assured, those are in the works. Anyway, here are a couple highlights of this camera’s design that are different from the medium format version…” Thanks Richard! Link.

0 thoughts on “The 35mm LEGO Camera

  1. Scoutmaster says:

    Yes Mag has lots of interesting projects I think my scouts will enjoy. I noted that scouts have built many of the projects (Yes MAg logs project photos form readers. Here’s my take on a dome clubhouse built by some cub scouts; http://scoutmaster.typepad.com/my_weblog/2005/11/humane_cub_scou.html

  2. ibsailn says:

    If you are ever cruising around the islands of Maine. A great stop is Bear Island, a small private island in Penobscot Bay that was the summer home of Buckminster Fuller. There are 2 geodesic domes he built, one out of tied together wood and another out of steel pipe. The Wood one has seen better days and really needs some help, but the steel one is a blast to climb around on.

  3. Bucky2K says:

    I made one of these club house domes in middle school. It lasted a surprisingly long time, considering the harsh climate of your typical middle school science classroom.

    Oh, and I live in a geodesic dome, this one to be exact.

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