Sometimes I miss the good old days of film photography. Knowing how to set the f-stop and shutter speed along with picking the right ISO for the film was an art and not something you just did by pointing your phone and clicking. I ran across a great project on Kickstarter for a 3D printed Box camera that uses 120 film spools. The basic black box version will run you $79, but if you want it in a weathered red, blue or yellow it will run you $119. It comes with a 1/200 of a second shutter and apertures from f5.6 to f32 and a 95mm lens. It comes with spools where you will manually wind the film and manually advance each picture. They plan to offer additional lenses in the future to allow for standard, wide angle and telephoto pictures. Unfortunately, this project is already closed, but you can still follow along and find out when you can get one of your own. You can check it out on Kickstarter.
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