Cardboard Pinhole Hasselblad Is Short On Megapixels, Long On Cute

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So you want your very own Hasselblad, but don’t want to spend the $40K? Well, this is right up your alley, though some assembly is required.

It’s a functional pinhole camera, though the dials don’t really do anything and of course you can’t use the viewer. But it will take pictures on 35mm film, and if you’re patient enough to put it together correctly and store it high enough, someone might think it’s the real thing.

Kelly Angood designed the papercraft camera, and you can get the PDF here. Want a 120 film version? She’s got that too.

[via PetaPixel]