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    Lego box camera
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    Ha, ha, cool Lego camera!

    Just don't drop it.
    My blog / photo website: http://frankfoto.jimdo.com/

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    Here's my "HolgAgon". It is one of my favourite cameras these days.







    Here's how to make one of your own...

    http://freepdfhosting.com/b316cbe2ff.pdf

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    That's cool Stone. Is it light tight enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erikg View Post
    That's cool Stone. Is it light tight enough?
    Well, the initial design that I was going for would certainly have been like tight, with a double wall, however unfortunately this is part of the MSA which was due on the first, and without discussing it in detail, I was unable to access APUG until the first, and only found out that I would even be able to do that on the day before, so I build this in a rush and only had so many Legos to play with, and also I had the little one in the background and so as I said someone else I think I couldn't exactly take her pink Legos because that would not go over so well so I had to work with the materials at hand, so it became a fixed Focus box camera rather than a focusable Lego camera, and also meant that it would only have a singlewall rather than a double, which allows for cracks within the Lego pieces for like to get through. I was certainly aware that this is going to happen at the time, and just figured it was for fun and so I just took two send pictures the first of which was very not like tight and had a lot of streaking, and the second wasn't awful, but unfortunately I couldn't go back enough with the camera sitting on the table and didn't have enough time or Legos to build it farther from the focal point of the Polaroid film I was using, so I knew that the image was going to be a little bit blurry, but it was all for fun so I did it anyway here's the image, I stopped down as much as I could and still have a one second exposure which was the longest that I could get the little one to sit still for as well as the person aiming the camera wouldn't be able to do a bulb exposure properly. If I could have stopped it down to say f/45 I certainly would've had a much clearer image but just didn't have the time for that.

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    Does the kid get her legos back, or is the camera yours now? Cool project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truzi View Post
    Does the kid get her legos back, or is the camera yours now? Cool project.
    Well, the Legos are mine... From when I was a kid, but I share them with her the camera is no longer...
    ~Stone | "...of course, that's just my opinion. I could be wrong." ~Dennis Miller

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    My kid left his legos here when he moved out. I gave them to my next door neighbor for his grand children. This was about 10 years ago. My kid is 39, I don't think he will be missing them.

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    A 6x24 anamorphic pinhole camera, made out of a casket for a bottle of Tommasi rispaso red wine. A friend of mine used the case to send a load of film to me a few weeks back. The opening in the front covered with cardboard and a picture of a pinhole on it. He meant it as a joke, but I took it seriously

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    6x24 Pinhole by Eirik0304, on Flickr

    A brief description of the not too complicated build: http://on-your-kitchen-worktop.blogs...le-camera.html

    And some test shots


    Frozen river by Eirik0304, on Flickr


    Bustokkelva #1 by Eirik0304, on Flickr


    Søndre Bjørkhaugen #3 by Eirik0304, on Flickr
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    Aaaaggghhh!!! Americans and Lego.

    It's Lego, not Legos!!!

    The Lego website even has a whole page pointing this out.

    Looks good though!


    Streve.
    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.

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