Miniature Nikon SLR found in Japanese candy

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Aren’t these little models stunning? The miniatures were found in Glico caramel candies in 2002 and likely cost more than the candy themselves. Who cares though. Look at ’em. They are fantastic.

Sure, they can’t take pictures but the models are so precise that the lens can be mounted on the camera body. I’m kind of assuming that similar models wouldn’t find their way into American candy. Something about choking dumb kids.

Akiyanroom via Charlettes Interweb via neatorama

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