Lomography has launched LomoMod No.1, a DIY medium-format digital camera constructed from cardboard, in addition to a brand new lens with a shutter and aperture unit. The lens may be full of liquid from a syringe, based on Lomography, to be able to produce ‘distinctive creative aesthetics’ utilizing tea, espresso, and extra.
A lot in the identical manner as Google’s cardboard digital actuality headset, Lomography’s new LomoMod No.1 ships as flat-packed sustainable cardboard that the shopper assembles at dwelling. This course of seems pretty easy, as the development does not require glue or screws to place collectively. Along with being moddable, the cardboard digital camera can also be doubled-sided to supply matte black and UV sample choices.
Beneath is a gallery of pattern photographs taken with the digital camera:
Past the cardboard digital camera physique, the LomoMod No.1 includes a distinctive lens that replaces conventional filters with an injectable design. The companion shutter and aperture module function each regular and bulb modes with assist for lengthy exposures. The unit options customizable aperture plates, as properly, for creating ‘distinctive’ bokeh. Rounding out the design is a tripod mount and PC-sync and cable launch socket.
The complete equipment ships with:
- 11 Sheets of Cardboard Cutouts
- 1 Sheet Aperture Plates Set
- Sutton Lens Module
- Aperture and Shutter Module
- 120 Movie Spool
- Tripod Nut
- Colourful Stickers
- Picture Guide & Consumer Guide
The Lomography LomoMod No.1 is obtainable to pre-order for $59 USD. Items have already began delivery in Hong Kong however will not begin delivery in Japan, the US or Europe till early subsequent month.