Modified Kodak Baby Brownie Special
I got this camera a while back from everybody's favorite online auction site. When it arrived, I found out it didn't have the lens. I played around with the idea of making it a pinhole camera for a while, but decided not. I went through my junk camera parts and found a rectangular solid viewfinder lens that when placed behind the shutter would focus on the film. I also replaced the missing camera strap with the outer layer of a boot shoe lace (a trick picked up from people who use them to make cloth covers for homemade audio cables).
The pictures ended up being nearly square in shape and fit just between the sprockets of 35mm film. I just wind the film on a 127 spool and load it in my changing bag. A couple of layers of black electrical tape cover both sides of the red window on the back. So now this old, broken camera is a 35mm box camera.