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DIY Twin Lens Reflex TLR For Camera Holga Lomo Recesky

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Price: CDN$ 14.59
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  • Materials: strong black cardstock. Dimensions: 120 x 40 x 30 mm. Gross Weight: 350g. Condition: brand new.
  • Quick shutters, small apertures, fast subjects, upload your masterpiece to lomography.
  • Come and create a full-action Mini Movie, uses standard film and standard processing.
  • Dual anti-TLR camera assembly (horizontal position on the waist viewfinder).
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Best Sellers Rank #11,185 in Automotive (See top 100)
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Date First AvailableJune 15 2013
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If you are a lomo lover and a DIY fan, this semis camera could not be better, enjoy your lomo life and enjoy your DIY life at once!
Pinhole cameras do not have an optical lens.
Use 135 film (the ones commonly found in filmshops).
Film is exposed by light through a tiny hole in front of camera.
Because there is no lens the image will be in focus at all distances.
Best photos are taken on a bright day, hold the camera very still when shooting.
Exposure times range from 5 seconds to hours and sometimes days ,Multi-exposure is available.
The pinhole camera (has 3 pinholes) is able to shoot in 3 formats:
> 4:3 Regular frame.
> 8:3 shoots 2 frame in one shot, gives a TRUE panoramic image.
> 3D stereo photography, shoots 2 slightly similar photos in 2 frames, which can be viewed 3D with the 3D viewer.
Widely used in fashion, advertising and portrait photography, landscape photography.
An excellent gift for children (educational and fun).

Package include:
1 x Set DIY Accessories
1 x turnscrew
1 x User Manual

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Amazon.com: 3.7 out of 5 stars  13 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars DIY Camera fun July 26 2012
By El Jay Bee - Published on Amazon.com
Bought one of these from another seller and had great fun putting it together and shooting a couple rolls of film. Not for everyone. You are wise to go slow and carefully through the instructions and the assembly process and a good small screw driver is important to have. I only had to use superglue once when I broke off a hinge on the viewer assembly. Good hint i read and used with success was to put a cloth tape washer under the film winding knobs to add some friction tension to help keep the film under some tension. Otherwise there are no ratchets or springs to tension the film. The film counter was the hardest part for me to get tightened right so it would turn when winding film, but not be too loose. One shutter speed (125 or 150 depending on which source you read) and one F-stop (F11) means film speed selection and time of day or cloud conditions are the only variables available to adjust your exposure settings. Pictures are vignetted and soft focused, with the possibility of light leaks, but are interesting if you like that sort of thing. I enjoyed it enough I ordered one in a different color, mostly so I could try to put it together without having to use any superglue, but then I am kind of ocd.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars great but no screwdriver March 27 2012
By jajakim - Published on Amazon.com
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It took me 1 hour to build, its pretty sturdy! some screws must not be tightened too much especially if they are for moving parts. also it came with no screwdriver so be sure to have a really small screwdriver.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great all-over Aug. 17 2012
By S. Lee - Published on Amazon.com
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Put mine together in 2 hours, but I was going slow and methodically, to make sure I got things right and didn't break anything. Researching on the web how to put it together really helped me out - but I did that months ago and it wasn't fresh in my mind. To help with the confusion of putting the shutter assembly together, I suggest watching video of it on youtube.

This is a great little camera - far better than I expected or was led to believe. It's a plastic toy, yes, but oh does it have charm and boy does it take fantastical pictures!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Waste of time and money Dec 30 2012
By Stephen Krajewski - Published on Amazon.com
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The instructions are horrible...illustrations are too dark to see any detail, and the poorly-translated language is all but impossible to follow. Aside from this, the biggest issue was the missing hole through which to put the "rewind" knob. I had to buy a set of drill bits and drill it out myself. The shutter mechanism and film counter are very haphazard and will only function if each screw is tighten to just the right torque. This camera is a total piece of garbage.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The real fun is in the assembly April 17 2013
By S. E. Morris - Published on Amazon.com
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This review is a bit premature and I plan to add
more comments later.
I am slowly assembling this curious little camera.
I find myself laughing quite a bit. The instructions
are miserably inadequate and the pieces are not
easily identifiable. One hour assembly?
Not remotely true for me.
The main part, the shutter, is simple and crude.
The instructions are of little to no use. Someone made
a video you can see on Youtube showing exactly what
the assembled shutter will look like and how it works.
That video has been helpful. I'll add more later.