Nice article, but it is a roll film camera using 120 film, 60mm not 35mm, just for the record
Most iPhone owners probably just chucked the handset's box in the bin seconds after leaving the shop. Not designer Scot Hampton - instead, he turned Apple's packaging into a film camera. iHole Scot Hampton's iHole camera Hampton’s dubbed his design the iHole and describes it as “a revolutionary analogue photographic device …
I am so bored of the flipping iPhone. It seems even its box is news worthy. Would this be on the reg if it had been built out of any other peice of folded card?
I used to make cardboard cameras about 15 years ago as a kid. This is about as revolutionary as making a wheel out of wood.
That's the same film I use in my Lubitel camera(which is a cheap, russian, plastic copy of an English Seagull, which is a knock-off of an... )
There's not that many other choices if you work with B/W 120 film and develop yourself.
I use the 135 stock in my Zenit Horizon, though, and no, there's no possibility of mistaking the two formats...
(Not even blindfolded... Or in a completely dark room... )
Paris Hilton because she likes having her photo taken...
As an avid b&w shooter myself, I'd love to know what cheap film brand you're advocating, because 'pro' ilford films are not really at the top of the price range. I mourn my apx and stock every roll I can grab, but the market has shrunk so much I'm happy everytime I find a shop which still stock true b&w film, any brand. Most of the time you find only c-41 chromogenic b&w, and it's a major PITA to work with in my cheap lab.
is that iPhone itself has a gazillion megapixel camera built in thus the iPhone would actually prove more useful that something in the world, all be it the ONLY something its more useful than, and that that something is the worst idea since Hitler's Dad said to Hitler's Mum "Fancy going upstairs dear, I'm feeling a little saucy".
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